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Uruguyan veteran, Diego Forlán is available as a free-transfer as he has been released by his club Inter Milan after a year.

Forlán, now 33, has had an impressive career, especially with Athletico Madrid where he scored 74 goals in four years, including two against Liverpool in the Europa League semi-final of 2009/10.
Forlán scored in both legs as Rafa Benitez’s Liverpool went out 2-3 to Athletico.
Forlán scored twice in the final against Roy Hodgson’s Fulham 2-1 was the result.

Ironically, the striker was bought as a replacement for Fernando Torres who joined Liverpool to win trophies!

He has scored 33 goals in 86 games for Uruguay, linking up with Luis Suarez in attack.

Despite his age, surely he is worth taking a chance on with his physical strength, experience and goal-scoring ability.
He is on a free and would be a quality signing for Brendan Rodgers for next Season.

Should Liverpool sign him for a year?

I would snap him up in the morning!



Sadly, Forlán has signed for Internationale of Brazil for 3 years.

Big opportunity missed.

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