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January transfers: Sneijder to Liverpool, Torres to Atletico Madrid?

January 14, 2013

Wesley Sneijder wants to play in the English Premier League, so he has not put down pen to paper with Galatasaray, who has already made an offer. But, this deal has been stalled as of now due to a sudden offer from Liverpool, which is said to be on the same lines as that offer made by Galatasaray – GBP 8.2 million. One can only wait and watch as to how would this transfer unfurl.

Fernando Torres, the biggest flop of the season may well be on his way to Atletico Madrid for a loan initially with the hope of making the deal a permanent. It was at this club, Atletico Madrid, where he rose to fame before attracting the eyes of the EPL via Liverpool. With Demba Ba’s inclusion in the squad, Torres is under great pressure to perform.

It seems that Chelsea are already in search for his replacement or another striker, as they have placed a bid of bid of GBP 8.3 million for Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas, who might agree upon it.

QPR has been struggling in the relegation zone and are keen to sign players who could help them climb up the table. One of their prime targets was Jonas Olsson, West Brom’s defender, but it has been rejected. They have not lost hopes in securing other deals, as Harry Redknapp, QPR manager wants to make atleast two signings before the January transfer window closes. They have already made an offer for West Brom’s Peter Odemwingie. They are also said to be interested in signing Jake Livermore on loan until the end of the season from Tottenham Hotspur.

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