Fernando Torres has his eye on scoring against Liverpool on his debut in a Chelsea shirt. In a game that is going to be highly charged at Stamford Bridge, Torres views it as "destiny" that he has the opportunity to open his Chelsea goal scoring account on Sunday against his former club.
It's one of those things you couldn't make up. One of Liverpool's very few world class players just a few days ago was considered an integral part of Kenny Dalglish's squad, but is now going to be lining up against his old team and badly wants to get off to the best possible start.
While Torres has only good things to say about his old club, there can be no doubt that Liverpool fans would be distraught if Torres did fulfil his "destiny" and banged them in on his debut for Chelsea.
It is in some ways a sad sign of the times to see Liverpool fans burning Torres shirts and branding the man once considered by many of them a hero to be a traitor. After all, Liverpool used the money from the Torres transfer to steal Andy Carroll from Newcastle, the club he grew up and was trained at. Is Carroll a traitor? No. Just another footballer looking to improve and progress the same as Torres.
At the end of the day, players want to play for teams they feel match their own ambition and ability. Just as Andy Carroll has advanced his career by joining Liverpool, so too has Fernando Torres with his move to Chelsea. Hopefully Torres fulfils his destiny on Sunday against Liverpool, and his potential for the Blues for many years to come.