Torres linked with Premier League return

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Newcastle and Southampton have been placed on red alert as Fernando Torres wants to return to the Premier League. However, Newcastle lead the race due to Rafa Benitez's relationship with Torres from their time at Liverpool together.

PCP is backed by £28billion in funds from the Middle East and China and is looking to move into the riches of the top flight in England.

Torres is a very experienced striker and has made 110 caps for his country to date, scoring 38 goals and has won the World Cup once and the Euros twice.

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Torres scored more goals in his first season at Anfield than he has in the last four with Atletico Madrid, and is now rumoured to be on the brink of a reunion with Benitez with a view to rediscovering some semblance of form.

Returning now to our game against Newcastle on Saturday, everyone knows they are newly-promoted but they are still a big club with several Spanish players.

Liverpool fans will never forget about Fernando Torres.

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A move to St. James' Park would reunite Torres with Benitez, who must be seething with summer signing Joselu's struggles in front of goal. However, he went from hero to villain in January 2011 when he signed for Chelsea for £40 million. Before that happens though, he wants to play as much as he can for the remainder of this season, something that isn't likely at Atletico.

However, with Diego Costa eligible to play for Los Rojiblancos in just over six weeks time, Torres is set to be pushed further down the queue.

Newcastle United fans will be excitedly looking ahead to a potentially dramatic January transfer window, where the Magpies could find themselves with plenty of money to spend.

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