Fernando Torres to AC Milan: Chelsea striker's agent holds positive talks with Italian giants
Spaniard's time at Stamford Bridge could finally be coming to an end
Fernando Torres's representatives have held positive talks with AC Milan over a move to the Italian giants.
An agent of the Chelsea striker, Antonio Sanz, says that discussions with the Serie A club proved to be fruitful, and he is confident a deal can be wrapped up for the 30-year-old soon.
The move had stalled as Chelsea want to sell the misfiring forward on a permanent deal, rather than a season-long loan.
"The meeting went well," Sanz told MilanNews.
"Torres to Milan is a concrete possibility.
"We will still take the time to consider things before we give a reply. I can't say any more than that. Milan are a great club."
Further reports suggest that the agent will meet with Chelsea tomorrow to finalise the player's exit from the club.
Torres joined Chelsea from Liverpool for a then British-record £50m in 2011, but would only score 20 goals in 110 Premier League matches for the club.
Milan have reportedly been looking at Fulham striker Konstantinos Mitroglou as an alternative if a deal for Torres can not be reached.
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