Former Juventus manager Fabio Capello is the latest high-profile figure to claim Chelsea flop Fernando Torres has lost it, with the striker set for the axe in the Champions League following his poor form.
Numerous figures throughout the game have questioned whether the £50m man can get back to his best.
Former Chelsea player and manager Ruud Gullit even thinks the club should flog him in favour of free-scoring Atletico Madrid star Falcao.
Torres has been a disaster since his British transfer record move to Stamford Bridge, scoring just 11 in 58 league games.
He is reportedly set to be dropped ahead of Chelsea's do-or-die Champions League clash with Juventus on Tuesday night and Capello, who won three league titles with the Serie A club, can understand why.
"Fernando Torres is slowly losing it," said former England boss Capello to Italia 2. "I don't know what is happening because he was very good when Rafael Benitez was the Liverpool manager.
"But he has not found inspiration [at Chelsea] and scored the goals that used to distinguish him.
"Before, he was unpredictable with Liverpool but now defences manage to beat him for speed and this is worrying."