Fernando Torres could be put out of his Chelsea misery by moving to Serie A in the January transfer window, according to talkSPORT.
Torres' £50 million move to west London has been littered with problems, not least the Spaniard fitness and form problems, which has seen him score just once for The Blues since his move from Liverpool.
Furthermore, manager Andre Villas-Boas appears to be at the end of his tether, having dropped Torres for the weekends' trip to Sunderland, which saw Daniel Sturridge start and score for Chelsea in his absence.
Chelsea may look to offload the striker, especially given the recent signing of Romelu Lukaku and will look to Spain to get the best price for the striker.
AC Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan are the club whose interest has been registered for Torres, who faces a make of break week at Chelsea with their Champions League group stage opener followed by a trip to Manchester United on Sunday, where his involvement could be a big indicator as to where his future lies.
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