Fernando Torres goes to Milan

The drama of Fernando Torres at Chelsea has come to an end. The fuenlabreño played at Milan the next two seasons, as reported by the English club through their website. The striker was sent on loan until 2016, when out of contract with the Stamford Bridge.

Jose Mourinho had said on several occasions that the player had, but did not put them in matches. Rumors about his departure were increasing and will eventually be his fate San Siro. The market was located in the environment, among others, Atletico Madrid and had even talked about a possible return to Anfield, but end up playing in the Italian Serie.

Fernando Torres came to the Premier League in 2007, leaving about 28 million euros into the coffers of Atletico Madrid. He played with the “reds” for four seasons, scoring 65 goals in 102 games. He drew the attention of billionaire Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich and supply seduced Stamford Bridge in 2011.

He asked permission to leave Liverpool and the club refused to accept the 35 million pounds that gave Chelsea, forcing up the offer to 50-about 58 million euros. It was when he gave the Anfield club and allowed the player to negotiate, which would form part of the discipline ‘blue’ four seasons, without having the expected success for the fans and the club.

The arrival of Mourinho complicated matters at Fuenlabrada. The Portuguese wanted another type of striker Didier Drogba and signed, making it clear to the Spanish would have to find an outlet that has come via Italy.

Milan will be his club the next two years and then be free to play for the team he wants.