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Man Utd midfielder Mata ready to face Newcastle and Benitez

14 November 2017

It has been revealed that the businesswoman, who has been at the forefront of several high-profile takeovers in the past, is keen to get her feet under the table before the turn of the year to allow boss Rafa Benitez the time to line up winter targets.

Okay, so there were no trophies to celebrate.

In his last few Premier League seasons, Fernando Torres became a bit of a punchline.

Torres enjoyed a brilliant spell at Anfield, scoring 81 goals in 142 appearances, but his form dramatically dipped when he joined Chelsea in January 2011.

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Torres now finds himself paying a bit-part role with his boyhood club Atleti.

It wouldn't come as much of a surprise to learn that Torres is content with this role, given his love for Los Rojiblancos.

Former Liverpool and Chelsea star Fernando Torres could be set for a stunning return to the Premier League, as well as an unlikely reunion with Rafa Benitez, as Newcastle United are reportedly considering a move for the striker, according to the Newcastle Chronicle.

Torres has 18 months remaining on his current deal and wants to see out next season with Atleti before hanging up his boots.

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Past year he returned to Atletico Madrid, where he began his career.

Southampton and Newcastle United have been linked with a move for the World Cup victor, and a switch to the latter would see him once again reunited with Rafael Benitez who worked with him at both Anfield and Stamford Bridge.

Both Newcastle and Southampton are desperately looking to add a new striker to their ranks in January, having scored just 19 Premier League goals between them so far after playing 11 games each.

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Man Utd midfielder Mata ready to face Newcastle and Benitez