Fernando Torres has plunged his spell at Chelsea into doubt after claiming that he is unsure of his future.
The Spanish striker has been the focus of much criticism from Blues boss Jose Mourinho in recent weeks on the back of some below par displays.
Torres has netted just four Premier League goals this term, which has led ‘The Special One’ to question his ability to influence important games.
Talk of a summer exit has been doing the rounds in gossip columns of late, with the London club said to now be willing to take a huge hit on the £50m fee they paid Liverpool for the forward in 2011.
But the player himself says that he is not thinking about his future and is just focusing on the final few games of the season – which could include a Champions League final:
“At this point I only think about the next game and I prefer to go game by game, a month can be very long.” He is quoted by Goal.
“We have five games left, six if God wants, so I concentrate on that. But I have two years on my contract and that is the future.”
Torres’ former club Atletico Madrid are believed to be interested in re-signing their one-time captain, while Galatasaray and Inter Milan have also been linked with swoops.
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