Fernando Torres, who was transferred from Liverpool to Chelsea at a record breaking £50 million, might make a move out of Stamford Bridge in the upcoming transfer window despite showing signs of improvement following his 24 hours of football without a goal, according to a Telegraph report.
Torres, who had been struggling to find his form since his move to Chelsea, had been miserable under former manager Andre Villas-Boas, who constantly dropped the Spanish star, who had once helped his international side win the world cup.
However, after Roberto Di Matteo took charge of the Blues, Torres finally ended his goal drought by finding the net twice during a FA Cup encounter against Leicester City.
Now, Bahia Internacional's Antonio Sanz (Torres's representative) says that the next few months will be very crucial in deciding the 28-year-old's future at Chelsea.
"We'll evaluate his future in the coming months. Fernando has another four years on his contract at Chelsea and the situation there has changed for him," ESPN quoted Sanz as saying.
He also added by saying that if Roma andJuventus are interested in Torres then they should talk to Chelsea
"We know the new American project at Roma and the philosophy of manager Luis Enrique, but if Roma want Fernando, they will have to talk with Chelsea. The Italian championship is of a good standard, but there are currently no discussions with Roma or Juventus," he added.
Meanwhile, big spending Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are also reportedly targeting the Spanish striker along with his Chelsea teammate Didier Drogba and Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor (who is currently in Tottenham on loan), according to a Daily Mail report.
Anzhi manager Guus Hiddink, who is currently on the lookout of a centre-forward, are reportedly willing to fork out £35 million for the former Liverpool star.