Anfield side look to welcome back Stamford Bridge striker.
Liverpool are reportedly ready to make an offer to re-sign Chelsea striker Fernando Torres in the summer according to Sports Direct News.
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Anfield boss Brendan Rodgers will apparently look to bring in the experienced Spaniard to boost his attack, with recent signing Iago Aspas failing to make an impact and with loaned out Italian Fabio Borini likely to make a permanent exit.
Rodgers feels that Torres can provide invaluable European experience next season if Liverpool can secure a Champions League berth, as a supporting option for in-form strike-pair Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
Chelsea spent £50m to sign Torres back in January 2011 but the World Cup winner has failed to come anywhere near living up to that British transfer record fee, scoring 19 goals in 99 Premier League appearances and a total of 42 in 154 games across all competitions.
One would imagine that it would take a decent sum to re-sign Torres but almost certainly less than half that paid by the West London club three years ago.
Jose Mourinho may well be ready to offload Torres, as well as fellow misfiring striker Demba Ba, with Cameroon international Samuel Eto’o likely to also leave Chelsea when his contract with the club comes to an end in the summer.
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