Chelsea’s Fernando Torres says yes to AC Milan’s 3-year deal, Roma interested too [Corriere Dello Sport]
- August 29, 2014
The front page of Italian daily Corriere Dello Sport claims it’s a done deal: Chelsea’s Fernando Torres is going to AC Milan.
According to the roaring headline, El Nino has agreed a three year deal with the Rossoneri.
Corriere Dello Sport credit AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani for having brokered the Torres deal, although CdS do also recognise that there maybe a twist in the tale.
With the Chelsea man having yet to officially put pen to paper on the Milan offer, Fernando Torres’ agent is also said to be speaking to AS Roma director Walter Sabatini about a possible move to the Stadio Olimpico.
The Roma connection, however, seems placed as a back-up plan should the Milan deal fall through.
See a copy of the front page of Corriere Dello Sport on Friday above.
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