Cesc Fabregas insists he is going nowhere after denying a rift with manager Antonio Conte.
The Spaniard was an unused substitute during Chelsea’s 3-0 victory over Burnley on Saturday.
And he has played just 12 minutes in the Premier League in total so far this season, promoting speculation that he could leave Stamford Bridge.
Conte was reportedly willing to sell the former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder with Italian champions Juventus in the running.
Yet Fabregas hit back on Instagram with a picture of him kissing the Premier League trophy he won with the Blues in 2015, insisting he will not leave west London this summer.
Contrary to what has been written, the manager and I have a good relationship and he has NEVER told me that I can leave. He said that he counts on me, as I count on him. I will continue to fight for this club until the very end and when called upon I will always give my very best. I'm fully committed to @chelseafc and my only goal is to help them win more trophies. #ChelseaFC