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But perhaps the biggest deal that's going to take place this summer will be one involving Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, who has come under an incredible amount of criticism since his move from Liverpool.
It's the rumor that seemingly is discussed every transfer window, and this year, it may just end up coming to fruition—for a number of reasons other than Torres' form.
The first is Financial Fair Play, which will dramatically affect the West London club. As Rowanne Westhenry highlighted earlier in the week, The Blues are currently carrying a lot of dead weight in their salary and they'll likely need to make that back up come the summer transfer window.
That could mean some big selling by Chelsea over the summer—especially if they're wanting to bring in Radamel Falcao, who has been touted as a potential mover for some time now.
For Chelsea to buy Falcao (or any other striker), they'll surely need to sell Torres. Demba Ba is there to carry the load as a second striker, and with guys like Marko Marin waiting in the wings to come on as a substitute or even as a starting striker for lesser competitions, the Blues don't necessarily need the depth that Torres will provide at the team anymore.
He just hasn't been performing like the Blues have needed and hasn't gotten the goals that a top-class striker should be getting—he should be sold because of that.
They say that form is temporary and class is eternal, and that's true. But when the form has been the same for over two years now, some serious questions need to be asked, and in the case of Torres, it will surely result in his sale over the summer transfer window.
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