Chelsea are facing a problem as they have too many foreign players in the squad and could look to offload Fernando Torres with the recent arrival of Didier Drogba, Telegraph reports.

With only a quota of only 17 players from abroad over the age of 21, the club now have 18, all of whom are in competition for first team places.

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Jose Mourinho has revealed he will be willing to sell Torres for £20million, less than half of what they paid for him back in 2011.

However, if they cannot find a side interested in the services of the Spanish international, the Blues could be forced to sell star goalkeeper Petr Cech with Paris Saint-Germain currently monitoring his situation.

At the moment, Atletico Madrid are considering a move to bring back their former striker but is believed to be unwilling to pay upwards of £20million.

Elsewhere, Monaco could also make a move for the 30-year-old striker if the French side lose their main front man Radamel Falcao.