Fernando Torres will leave Milan in January with Alessio Cerci coming on a 18-month loan, the two clubs have agreed, it’s reported.
Milan chased after Cerci in the summer but failed in their pursue with the Italian forward joining Atletico Madrid. However, Alessio hasn’t managed to find success in Spain and is reportedly going to replace at Milan a Spaniard who has failed to make an impact in Italy – Fernando Torres.
The Rossoneri signed Torres on a two-season loan deal from Chelsea but Filippo Inzaghi seems to have lost faith in the striker who produced just one goal until January and the former Liverpool man looks set to return to the place where he became a star – Atletico Madrid.
As reported this evening by Sky Sport Italia’s Peppe Di Stefano, the two clubs have agreed on swapping Cerci and Torres on an 18-month loan deal, which is until Torres’ contract with Milan (and Chelsea) expires.
The final details will be ironed out after the Christmas break and will the personal terms. The Milan Channel also confirmed negotiations are well underway and are at an advanced stage.