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Robin van Persie and the five strikers AC Milan could sign in January (5)

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Jackson Martinez’s impressive goalscoring exploits for Portuguese titans Porto make him an obvious choice to replace Fernando Torres at Milan.

The Columbian is reportedly a January target for Liverpool but could find the lure of Filippo Inzaghi’s rebuilding project too difficult to turn down. After moving from Chiapas in 2012 he immediately made an impact by scoring 31 times, before adding 29 the following year as they waltzed to the league title again.

He has been at his potent, consistent best this term and after being linked to the Italian giants in the summer could finally move to the club in January.

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Robin Van Persie
AC Milan
Loic Remy
Chelsea
Manchester United
Serie A
Football
Borussia Dortmund
Tottenham Hotspur

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