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10 July 2018, 08:26 | Henrietta Morgan
Fernando Torres will wear the number nine shirt for J League side Sagan Tosu
The Spaniard had been linked with moves to both the USA and Australia, but at a press conference on Tuesday morning he revealed he will instead head to Asia.
At his grand Sagan unveiling on Tuesday morning, Torres held aloft a scarf which, according to our favourite J-League shaman, journalist Dan Orlowitz, read "This isn't a false report!" - a reference to the premature announcement of the transfer posted (then hastily deleted and apologised for) on the league's official website back in May.
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But he has made a decision to follow his former Spain team-mate Andres Iniesta, who has joined Vissel Kobe, to Japan after confirming he received a multitude of offers.
At the age of 34, the ex-Anfield hero has decided on a change of pace and heads to a team which finished eighth in the J1 League last season.
Torres' capture will be a huge boost for a Sagan Tosu side now struggling in the J1 League, as they sit second-from-bottom in the 18-team competition and having netted just 14 goals in 15 matches.
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The scarf mostly contains Japanese words, but there is one sentence of English which reads: 'It's not a misinformation, is it!?' Former Watford and Cagliari forward Victor Ibarbo also plays for the club.
The majority of the other squad members are Japanese nationals, while there is an Italian manager in Massimo Ficcadenti.
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