Inter are 'following' Chelseastriker Fernando Torres -AusilioBy Bobricky 12:45 Sat, 10 May 2014 Comments
The Italian side's director confirms
that they are looking into the
prospect of bringing the Spainsh
forward to the San Siro this summer
but only if he will be committed
Inter director Piero Ausilio says that
the Serie A giants are interested in
luring Chelsea forward Fernando
Torres to Italy this summer.
The 30-year-old has endured a
turbulent time at Stamford Bridge
since making a £50 milllion move
from Liverpool in 2011 and looks set
for a move away, with the Blues set
to sign Diego Costa from his old
club, Atletico Madrid, this summer .
Manchester United defender
Nemanja Vidic has already agreed
terms for a move to the Italian side
this summer and could be joined by
the Chelsea forward but Ausilio says
that a move will only happen if the
Spaniard has the right "desire" to
join Walter Mazzarri's team.
"Yes, he is a player we're following,"
he told reporters of Torres.
"Torres's career speaks for itrself -
the titles he has won and the teams
in which he has played.
"It's all about whether he has the
right motivation and the desire to
be part of a new ambitious project."
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LET HIM GO
I'm a big Torres fan, have been
throughout his career.
I don't think I will ever forget his
goal against Barcelona.
But I think it's time for a move, he
won't want to sit on the bench (as
some have suggested)
Good luck Fernando, if it's Inter or
Athlectico my best wishes are with
he is too ambitious for INter. if he
is going to smaller club, that club
would only be Atletico.
Torres to Atletico Madrid hopefully
in order to regain part of his old
They can't pay his wages and he
won't take a wage cut he rather sit
in the Chelsea bench.
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