Fernando Torres AC Milan stats are just as bad as his Chelsea stats, with one goal in ten matches, AC Milan are looking more likely to send the former Liverpool man back to Stamford Bridge in January. Chelsea on their part are not likely to welcome him back with open arms.
AC Milan don’t feel they are getting their money’s worth in Torres as they feel the 3.1 million euros he currently earns yearly could be used on other things in the club and Chelsea don’t seem willing to carry that burden again especially now that they have three very deadly strikers in Drogba, Costa and Remy. AC Milan will be looking to cancel Torres’ loan deal which was meant to run until 2016 if his performances don’t improve and Chelsea have made it clear that they would also be canceling the player’s contract and allowing him leave the club for free if he is sent back by AC Milan
Torres’ only option is to get better and start influencing the game more and probably score a few goals because with his current form, his chances of getting playing time at any top division club in England, Germany, France, Spain or Italy are next to nothing.