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22/12/2018 - 10:44 BST

Monaco Ready To Use Pair of Aces To Land Cesc Fabregas

 




Monaco are worried about Cesc Fabregas’ wage demands, but are counting on his previous relationship with Thierry Henry and club sporting director Michael Emenalo to land the Chelsea midfielder.

Fabregas is out of contract at Chelsea next summer and there has been increased speculation over his future at Stamford Bridge.




Maurizio Sarri has expressed hope of seeing the Spaniard sign a new deal, but his lack of minutes on the pitch is widely expected to push him more towards the exit door.

AC Milan have reportedly offered him a contract and are pushing to land the midfielder on a free transfer next summer but Monaco are now dreaming about signing him.

 


And according to French sports daily L’Equipe, the Ligue 1 giants are betting on Henry and Emenalo convincing Fabregas to move to the Stade Louis II.

Henry, the Monaco coach, shared a close relationship when he played alongside Fabregas at Arsenal and is said to be keen to work with him again in France.

 


Emenalo played a major role in Chelsea’s pursuit of Fabregas and convinced the midfielder to leave Barcelona and move to Stamford Bridge in 2014.

The Spaniard’s wage demands are expected to be an issue, but Monaco are planning to free up space on their wage bill to accommodate the Chelsea midfielder.