Chelsea are set to offer their £50 million flop Fernando Torres around fellow Premier League clubs in January.
AC Milan took the Spanish striker on loan in the summer, but he has been used sparingly by manager Pippo Inzaghi since joining the Italian giants.
Inzaghi is reportedly keen to bring a new striker to the San Siro in January, having seen his side struggle since the start of the campaign.
Milan are seventh in the Italian top flight, having scored only 23 goals.
Torres has only contributed one strike in ten appearances, a poor record for a previously prolific forward.
After all, Torres scored 18 goals in only 22 games during his last season at Liverpool.
With Milan willing to send him back to Stamford Bridge in January, Chelsea are set to offer him out to the rest of the Premier League for free, according to the Daily Mirror, to any side willing to have him on loan for the rest of his contract.