Chelsea are desperate to offload Fernando Torres before the close of the transfer window, but are struggling to find a team willing to pay his £175,000-per-week wage packet report the Telegraph.
As things stand Blues boss Jose Mourinho can call upon Didier Drogba and Diego Costa alongside Torres, but the latter could be on his way out of the club despite both parties previously insisting that won't be the case.
The Telegraph say that Chelsea are 'desperate' to offload Torres, who has failed to find the back of the net in pre-season. He has been linked with a return to Atletico Madrid, but it is highly unlikely that they can afford his wages.
Chelsea have been linked with the likes of Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao - moves which are only likely to happen if Torres is moved on.
Chelsea transfer gossip
Chelsea have made an enquiry over the availability of QPR forward Loic Remy as they seek cover for Didier Drogba (Goal)
Barcelona are ready to make one final offer for Chelsea and Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado (Daily Star)
Chelsea are set to land Mehdi Benatia in a £30 million deal. He's also been linked with Manchester United (Daily Star)
Jose Mourinho has identified four Chelsea players he wants to sell this summer (The Express)
Didier Drogba's ankle injury isn't as bad as first feared, and he is likely to be back in action in a few days (The Telegraph)
Diego Costa has said sorry for helping to knock Chelsea out of the Champions League last season (Daily Mail)