Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said he wants to extend his contract at Stamford Bridge beyond summer of 2019 according to Evening Standard.
The Spaniard joined the West London club from Barcelona in a move worth about £30million three seasons ago.
And he’s since played up to 142 matches on the way to helping them win three major trophies, including two English Premier League crowns.
Cesc Fabregas has started eight matches this League season, due to injuries to France international N’Golo Kante and summer signing Tiemoue Bakayoko.
The 30-year-old has revealed his intent to commit his plating future to Chelsea, with over 18 months left on his current contract.
Fabregas told Evening Standard he would like to renew his deal because Chelsea is a club that has always treated him well.
He said he believes the supporters have a lot of respect for him and he does as well.
The former Arsenal star says he has no concerns about his recent form dropping off as he is aging.
The Barcelona Academy graduate has made 38 assists and 12 goals in the Premier League for the West London club, but he turned 30years in May, and the Blues, who are thought to be in no rush to begin negotiations, have a club policy whereby players are offered just one-year contract extensions once they are 30 years.