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He doesn't deserve to get thrown into reserves? Even reserve players are better than him. After those comments about that system doesn't suit him, that it's club's fault that he's missing open goal on regular basis or whatnot and licking gerrard's ass, he is a prick who doesn't deserve to wear chelsea shirt.

Also, I don't think that there is a worse player than Torres in club, he just sucks and I can't wait to see him leave.

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Diego Costa sends warning to Fernando Torres

Chelsea's new signing tells striker that he will score straight away

Chelsea's latest Summer signing, Diego Costa, has sent a warning message to his own team-mate, Fernando Torres, warning him that he will hit the ground running in front of goal for his new club.

The Spaniard has become the latest expensive striker to seal a move to Stamford Bridge, but in recent times, not many of their strikers have become successful at The Bridge, with Torres being one of them, who the club signed for £50million from Liverpool.

However, their latest purchase, who cost them £32m, has warned his strike partner that goals will come fast for him at his new club and he promises that he will adapt to the Premier League quickly.

Costa said: "It's always good to have competition. The important thing for a big club is having great players.

"Torres is a great player, I know I will have to fight hard to be among the team but I like that. So I think it will be a clean and healthy competition.

"I am hopeful for what is happening in my life and I will adapt well.

"I have wanted to play in the Premier League for a long time and I think it will be a very good and fast adaptation."

"I do not think there will be many changes to the style of play (compared with Atletico). Chelsea are a great team and the Premier League is good to play in."

“Everybody knows it is a big club in a very competitive league, and I am very excited to get started in England with a fantastic coach and team-mate

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Don't get your hopes up. Who will be our strikers? Costa, Bamford.....who else?

Costa, Lukaku and the money we get for Torres some new and upcoming guy for cheap. But please anybody but Torres. I don't see Bamford being promoted to first squad as yet

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Diego Costa sends warning to Fernando Torres

Chelsea's new signing tells striker that he will score straight away

Chelsea's latest Summer signing, Diego Costa, has sent a warning message to his own team-mate, Fernando Torres, warning him that he will hit the ground running in front of goal for his new club.

The Spaniard has become the latest expensive striker to seal a move to Stamford Bridge, but in recent times, not many of their strikers have become successful at The Bridge, with Torres being one of them, who the club signed for £50million from Liverpool.

However, their latest purchase, who cost them £32m, has warned his strike partner that goals will come fast for him at his new club and he promises that he will adapt to the Premier League quickly.

Costa said: "It's always good to have competition. The important thing for a big club is having great players.

"Torres is a great player, I know I will have to fight hard to be among the team but I like that. So I think it will be a clean and healthy competition.

"I am hopeful for what is happening in my life and I will adapt well.

"I have wanted to play in the Premier League for a long time and I think it will be a very good and fast adaptation."

"I do not think there will be many changes to the style of play (compared with Atletico). Chelsea are a great team and the Premier League is good to play in."

“Everybody knows it is a big club in a very competitive league, and I am very excited to get started in England with a fantastic coach and team-mate

Don't want to dash anyone's hopes...but its looking increasingly likely that Costa and Torres will be 1'st and 2'nd choice strikers next season...

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"Fernando Torres is set to join Inter Milan. He's just cut short a holiday in Cyprus to go to Italy and have talks with club officials."

http://www.teamtalk.com/rumourroom/

Unfortunately, it seems just a made up rumour. Torres and Fabregas in Italy for a holiday.

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Is it possible (legal) in European football to loan a player and pay for a portion of his wages during that loan? Doesn't seem like this guy is going anywhere, but I'm curious whether Chelsea have considered loaning him last summer or this, or letting him transfer for free while paying off some of his contract (salary).

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Is it possible (legal) in European football to loan a player and pay for a portion of his wages during that loan? Doesn't seem like this guy is going anywhere, but I'm curious whether Chelsea have considered loaning him last summer or this, or letting him transfer for free while paying off some of his contract (salary).

Of course it's legal, happens all the time. With Torres that's not going to happen because no team will consider him to be worth even a fraction of the wages he's earning.

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why people always slating him about how he took big ol money from Chelsea while contribute almost(1 corner in UCL final) nothing?

You cannot blame a person doing a very human thing.

Who amongst you wouldnt want take a lot of money and spent your time on your job just sitting in warm chair and watch a football game, even live from stadium and sit in a very VIP chair?

I hope some of you get enlightenment and stop judging him for doing normal thing. :wank2:

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why people always slating him about how he took big ol money from Chelsea while contribute almost(1 corner in UCL final) nothing?

You cannot blame a person doing a very human thing.

Who amongst you wouldnt want take a lot of money and spent your time on your job just sitting in warm chair and watch a football game, even live from stadium and sit in a very VIP chair?

I hope some of you get enlightenment and stop judging him for doing normal thing. :wank2:

Plenty of people do the respectable thing by joining another club and taking a pay cut if they feel they're not good enough for a big club and don't want to be a burden anymore. For example Kaká took a pay cut from €10m to just €4m a year when he left Real Madrid for Milan last year. That being said it's definitely not the norm among these greedy modern footballers and I perfectly understand Torres if he desperately wants to hold onto the contract that was given to him but then again going to a smaller club might make him actually enjoy playing again, not to mention it going a long way in getting the Chelsea fans to remember him more fondly as compared to the abuse he'll get if he actually stays till the end of the contract and further hinders the club's development.

I suppose it's just a matter of what kind of a person he is and what he values most. He has already earned himself a ridiculous fortune after playing a decade of top level football and earning tens of millions in the process so he doesn't really need the money but he's more than entitled for it, having signed a legally binding contract. Winston Bogarde signed one too but that doesn't make him any less of a cunt.

You can't really compare his situation to regular people like us because none of us here are multi-millionaires, at least not that I know of.

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Plenty of people do the respectable thing by joining another club and taking a pay cut if they feel they're not good enough for a big club and don't want to be a burden anymore. For example Kaká took a pay cut from €10m to just €4m a year when he left Real Madrid for Milan last year.

Kaka even decided not to accept any wages when he was injured at Milan. And he didn't overstay his welcome.

Torres should take him as an example.

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Kaka even decided not to accept any wages when he was injured at Milan. And he didn't overstay his welcome.

Torres should take him as an example.

Torres is a PARASITE

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If he is not going to leave this summer then its perfectly clear that he'll see out his contract. There is nothing we can do as other clubs aren't interested in him anymore and are reluctant to meet his wages.

So I believe there is no point of bashing him. Just have to wait and utilise him somehow. Although I really hope he joins Villa and Lampard in the MLS. He'd continue to earn big and perhaps may even be quite a hit there. Also, I am sure he would sell many shirts :P

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https://es.eurosport.yahoo.com/noticias/mercado-atl%C3%A9tico-y-chelsea-cerca-de-acuerdo-torres-211809813--sow.html

Atletico Madrid are apparently ("close") interested in him. It makes sense after losing Costa and Villa and only bringing in Mandzu. We should accept any offer no less than 10 mil euros for him. No need to negotiate too long lest they lose interest, just sell.

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