Liverpool striker planning to leave Anfield on temporary basis

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The Spanish striker was signed from Celta Vigo by Liverpool for £7million just 3 months ago and is now angling to leave Anfield on a temporary basis - according to the Daily Star

Aspas - who scored 12 goals in 33 appearances in his first season in Spain's top-flight last year, helping Celta Vigo narrowly avoid relegation - is yet to score for the Reds since making his £7million move, and has been hampered by a torn thigh muscle that he suffered in training earlier this month.

It was surprising that Liverpool signed Aspas considering they already have the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez, who are both in sensational form this season.

Aspas hoped on securing a regular starting spot in Liverpool's XI but was hampered by a injury and goal-less performances.

Since his first-team chances appear to be limited when he returns from injury, Aspas is planning on leaving Liverpool on temporary basis when the transfer window reopens in January.

Valencia - who were close on signing him before Liverpool cashed in on the 26-year-old - are thought to be interested, but it all depends on whether Brendan Rodgers will allow the forward to leave Anfield.

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