Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger is keen to keep his Premier League title challenge on track and is ready to offer Cesc Fabregas a way out Stamford Bridge according to reports.
The Spanish international has hardly featured since Antonio Conte took over at Stamford Bridge last summer when he switched formations.
Fabregas has only made six first team appearances this campaign despite scoring two goals in those games.
He joined Chelsea in 2014, playing a pivotal role as Chelsea won the Premier League during his debut season, but his form has suffered in recent years and he has found himself behind N’Golo Kante and Nemanja Matic in central midfield so far this year.
The move would be considered somewhat controversial by Arsenal fans, with many still unhappy with how the FA Cup and Premier League winner forced a move away from the north London club in 2011.
Fabregas made 151 appearances in all competitions for Barcelona, scoring 42 goals before making the switch back to the Premier League, this time in the form of Chelsea.
Fabregas has previously been linked with a move to Serie A, with AC Milan reportedly interested, but the Italian club would rather wait until the summer for their chance to sign the midfielder.
With both Arsenal and Chelsea seen as title contenders this season it remains unlikely that the Blues would sell to one of their rivals halfway through the season.