Arsenal and Chelsea to battle for Spanish international striker
Llorente is down in the pecking order behind Carlos Tevez and Marko Vucinic at Juventus, so the Premier League trio are looking at the availability of the Spaniard for a January move, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Mirror reports Llorente has made an unhappy start to his Juventus career, and may be looking for a way out in the next window.
The forward is said to be having problems adjusting to Seria A life, especially with his rotational squad status being behind the likes of first team striker Tevez.
Juventus rejected bids for the Spanish international in the summer, and many clubs around the world are observing the striker’s availability for January.
The 28-year-old’s options for the Premier League are Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea, all of whom are linked with a January move for the striker.
Chelsea are looking to improve their forward line, meanwhile Arsenal are looking to dispell a shortage of strikers and Spurs may be about to continue their monumental spending of this summer’s strains fee window.
Arsenal are also looking at Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema, and Liverpool’s Luis Suarez, according to the paper.