Torres considered Chelsea future

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Sir Alex Ferguson says Robin van Persie will be available to make his Manchester United debut against Everton on Monday, as the Dutchman prepares to undergo an Old Trafford medical.

The Arsenal captain is poised to complete a £24million move from Arsenal, ending his eight-year stay in north London.

United striker Javier Hernandez could now be going in the opposite direction, as Arsene Wenger looks to spend some cash generated from the Van Persie deal.

Fernando Torres has conceded there were times last season when he thought joining Chelsea had been a mistake.

The Spanish striker moved to Stamford Bridge for a club-record £50million, and is determined to repay the faith shown in him by Blues supporters.

Liverpool new-boy Joe Allen is in contention to make his Reds debut on Saturday, after Brendan Rodgers admitted the midfielder has settled in well at Anfield.

And finally, Sunderland have completed the signing of free-agent Louis Saha - who pens a one-year deal on Wearside after leaving Tottenham at the end of last season.

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