Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti has revealed he has been offered Chelsea striker Fernando Torres.
Reports in recent days have suggested that Chelsea are ready to offload the misfiring £50million forward after a disappointing twelve months at Stamford Bridge.
Torres has scored just five goals since his record move from Liverpool at the start of 2011 and has even started taking extra training sessions in a bid to end his goal drought.
The Spain international has been linked with a number of clubs from Italy and Spain, but according to Ancelotti, he has been touted as a potential signing for the cash-rich French side.
Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, he said: "There is a lot of choice for this January market. Do you want the names?
"OK, now I tell you the players the agents are offering on the market, officially or not: Carlos Tevez, Fernando Torres, Dimitar Berbatov, Roman Pavlyuchenko, Edinson Cavani, Fernando Llorente."
Reports at the start of January had suggested Chelsea could offload Torres for as little as £20m, while a loan move has also been suggested.
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas earlier this month week insisted that Torres was not for sale, although prior to his comments it had been reported by the Daily Mail that the Blues had contacted officials from Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid about their interest in the Spaniard, with a source suggesting that AVB was ensuring he "protects the club in the event they cannot find a buyer in January."
Ancelotti is not thought to be interested in signing Torres, however, with Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez his top target.
Inter Milan are also keen on signing Tevez.