Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is ready to let Fernando Torres leave the club for Inter Milan, according to Corrieredellosport.it.
If reports are to be believed, 'The Special One' is open to the idea of letting the Spaniard depart the club, as he sets his sights on Atletico Madrid hit man Diego Costa.
It appears that Inter are ready to make a loan move for Torres, with the view to taking him on permanently in 2015.
It remains to be seen as to whether Chelsea will complete a deal for Costa in the near future, but it now looks likely that Torres will be heading out of the Bridge in the up coming market.
Inter are seemingly ready to pay half of Torres' wages before attempting to secure a permanent move for the forward in just over a years time.
Chelsea will be desperate for an improvement in the 2014/15 campaign, after a trophy-less season under Mourinho this time around.
The Blues' season will finish at the Cardiff City Stadium against already relegated Cardiff City on Sunday, before attentions turn to a busy summer transfer period.