I know many people reading the headline of this article will probably think that I have gone completely crackers.
Damn, a little part of me even thinks so too.
But there is another part of me, deep down, that truly believes that Fernando Torres would flourish at Arsenal, under Arsene Wenger.
Its true that Torres hasn't exactly set the world alight since his £50m move from Liverpool to Chelsea last January.
Going by his recent standards he probably couldn't set a candle alight.
It could even be said that the Spaniard has flopped in a massive way.
However, I still think that the Chelsea striker is still a top, top class player who is just at the wrong club.
There is a saying that form is temporary and class is permanent.
Well, I would agree it seems that Torres has been out of form since 1843, but he can still show flashes of the form he showed when he first appeared on our shores.
The man may appear past his best but can he really be washed up at the age of 27?
Especially when you take into account that strikers usually peak between the ages of 28-32.
I honestly feel, that if Chelsea are really offering him out for £20m, that he will make a great signing for someone.
Arsene Wenger would be ideal for Torres. He has proved in the past that he can rejuvenate players who appear out-of-sorts.
Not only that, Arsenal's style of football and system is made for someone like the Spaniard.
It's been said that Robin van Persie wants Wenger to make signings of intent and bringing Torres to the home of football would make a big, big statement.
Arsenal need another striker. In fact, we need another striker more than Frank Lampard needs cake.
Being labelled the highest costing flop in football known to mankind must be hurting Torres inside.
He will have a point to prove that he is not finished. He is at a club where the manager, and even his team-mates, seemingly doesn't want him any more. A club where the football doesn't suit him.
Arsenal should make that £20m move. We are geared up to create chances for the strikers.
Torres, and Robin van Persie especially I'm sure, would love it if the Spaniard pulled on the red and white shirt.
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