In talks yesterday, Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola told new president Sandro Rosell that he was keen to see Zlatan Ibrahimovic sold. The pair did not go into detail over summer transfer plans, says Sport, but did spend time discussing the future of Ibrahimovic.
Guardiola informed Rosell he would be happy to see the Swede sold, but was willing to work with the player if Barca could not find value for money in a depressed market.
Liverpool have been mentioned as a potential suitor and that has opened up the prospect of a swap involving Torres, a personal target for Rosell. With Manchester City, Rosell would happily welcome Robinho to the Nou Camp in part-exchange.