Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas is a January transfer target for Milan, according to reports in Italy today.
Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport has reported that the Spanish midfielder is top of the Rossoneri's wish-list in the winter transfer window, with the 25-year-old currently warming the bench for the Blaugrana.
Fabregas was an unused substitute as Tito Vilanova's side lost 2-1 to Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu in August, and was then booed off as the Catalan club struggled to a 1-0 win over Valencia last weekend.
The Rome daily suggest that 'the good relationship between the two clubs' could facilitate the move, whilst they also concede that it will 'not be easy to sign him'.
In an interview with Radio Marca earlier this week, the former Arsenal man admitted that he was finding life tough at Camp Nou, saying 'I am not a great substitute. The Coach knows what I can offer'.