Liverpool insist they do not want to cash in on top striker Fernando Torres.
It has been reported that while Martin Broughton, the Liverpool chairman, is reported to have said that it might be better for Torres to leave because it could take up to three years to sort the club out, the club insist the Spaniard is not for sale.
Sources at Liverpool insist that Broughton’s position on Torres’s future has been made abundantly clear by a series of on-the-record interviews in which the British Airways chairman was adamant that the 26-year-old forward will not be sold this summer.
But the fact that he is alleged to have suggested in a private conversation that the immediate future at Anfield is so bleak that it may be better for Torres to seek pastures new will increase concern among Liverpool supporters that the club’s prized asset could depart.
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