Jose Mourinho might have only returned to Stamford Bridge, but fans and commentators alike are awaiting to see how he restructures his Chelsea squad ahead of next season. Edinson Cavani has been linked with a move from Napoli and Chelsea have apparently already had a £40 million offer rejected. Brazilian and Zenit St Petersburg frontman Hulk and Manchester United's Wayne Rooney have also been linked with a move to London.
Any one of these would add significant weight to Chelsea's forward line; and you would think, add significant question marks as to the future of Fernando Torres. But the Spaniard doesn't see it that way.
Torres was speaking at a press conference yesterday ahead of Spain's two end of season friendly internationals against Haiti and the Republic of Ireland. "I have three more years on my contract so I am not worried. I know my future is there,'' he said. "To be honest, it is like this every summer. There is talk and speculation. But as I said when I signed my contract, I will be there for five-and-a-half seasons. My future is there."