Fernando Torres could sign for Barcelona

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Fernando Torres' long-term future in the game is extremely unclear right now. The striker, who is currently on loan at Atletico Madrid from AC Milan, may well join yet another new club ahead of the 2016/17 season. 

The former Liverpool and Chelsea man may not be the red-hot striker he once was - he has only scored two goals in 16 La Liga appearances this season - but is still a huge name in the world of football. 

In fact, Torres' agent Jose Antonio Martin recently insisted that the striker has an offer on the table to become the highest-paid player in the world. 


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While that may or may not be true, Spanish newspaper AS has made yet another interesting claim about the future of the forward. 

In fact, the report claims that Spanish giants Barcelona are studying the potential signing of the 31-year-old. 

Surprise deal

Of course, a move to the Camp Nou would come as a major surprise - Luis Enrique has the likes of Luis Suarez, Lionel Messi and Neymar in his ranks - but perhaps Torres could prove to be a useful option for the club. 

The notion that Torres is way past his best is probably correct, but it would still be interesting to see how he would perform alongside the likes of Messi and co.

There have been some debatable signings recently, so perhaps Torres joining Barcelona on a free transfer shouldn't be completely disregarded at this stage. 

Who should Torres sign for this summer? Have your say below! 

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