Last Updated: Wed, 31 Jul 2013 07:37
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is a reported target for Spanish side Valencia as they look to replace Roberto Soldado.
Soldado is closing in on a move to Tottenham and if a deal does go through then speculation in Spain says Valencia will attempt to take Torres back to La Liga, where he previously starred for Atletico Madrid.
Blues boss Jose Mourinho could be happy to cash in and use the money to bring in his own targets but much will depend on how much Valencia can afford to pay.
Los Che do have financial problems and will be unwilling to break the bank for Torres, especially as the striker is due to turn 29 in March.
Tottenham will pay £26million for Soldado and that is the kind of offer Valencia will make for Torres and keep their fingers crossed that Chelsea accept.
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