Milan will reportedly wait until noon tomorrow for Fernando Torres, but Roma are apparently also in the mix for the Chelsea man.
It is increasingly reported that on from yesterday’s meeting between Adriano Galliani and the 30-year-old’s representatives, an initial two-year contract has been agreed.
However, indications are that it is reliant on Torres and his team successfully negotiating a severance package with Chelsea, at this time believed to be worth €7m.
The Gazzetta dello Sport and Sky Sport Italia indicate that Torres’ agents have until 12 noon tomorrow to negotiate with the Blues and to provide Milan with a definitive answer by.
The Gazzetta also warn that Roma are in the picture for the Spain international and that sporting director Walter Sabatini has already held talks with the striker’s entourage too.
It is understood that if the Rossoneri fail to capture the former Liverpool man, the Giallorossi could have a deal wrapped up.
Torres’ former side Atletico Madrid have also been linked with making a late bid for Torres.