Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is looking for a midfielder to revamp his squad, concerned by a lack of creativity in that area of the field.
He individuated one name in Chelsea roster, a player that he knows really, having worked with him at Barcelona: Cesc Fabregas.
Fabregas went back to his childhood club in summer 2011 in a £ 40m move from Arsenal, where he transferred when he was just 16 from the Catalan club.
After a great first year at Blaugrana under Guardiola the relationship between the two kind of fell out: the Spanish coach left the club, anyway, in June 2012 and Fabregas moved to Chelsea a couple of years later.
But now Guadiola is ready to bet everything on Fabregas again: a £ 20m offer is ready to bring him to City.