Chelsea have enjoyed a good campaign so far since Maurizio Sarri replaced Antonio Conte in the summer.

The former Napoli coach has hardly rotated his players in the Premier League and his arrival has not been a good news for Cesc Fabrgeas, Andreas Christensen and Gary Cahill, who have seen their playing time limited.

All the three players of the west London club are linked with a move to AC Milan in January and, over the weekend, Gazzetta dello Sport took a look at the situation.

Ivan Gazidis, who recently left Arsenal, is now officially be appointed the Serie A outfit’s chief executive.

For this reason, sporting director Leonardo has slowed down in recent days because he wants to know if he will have funds at his disposal to spend in the mid-season transfer window.

Keeping this in mind, one of the positions Milan are looking to strengthen is their defence, especially after Mateo Musacchio’s injury.

The report mentions that Cahill’s deal is more pinpointed as the Rossoneri leaders believe they can get the loan deal over the line, which will give the 32-year-old an opportunity to show off in the Serie A.

Whilst having talks with Chelsea, Christensen, who is not a regular under Sarri, has been discussed regularly.

It will be a massive boost for Milan, if they manage to get the deal for Cahill and the Dane in January.