Torres Set To Come Out Of Retirement

Spanish legend Fernando Torres hinted at a return to football by sharing a mysterious message on Instagram.

Torres retired in August 2019 after completing his career in Japan with Sagan Tosu, but may be ready for a sensational return.

The former Liverpool and Atletico stars have yet to say exactly which club he will join, but have told fans they will "communicate" with him where he plans to play on Friday.

Torres took to Instagram on Tuesday night to share a white and black image of himself wearing a No. 9 shirt.

The caption read: “I understand life in only one way - to play. So I decided to come back. ”

He said he would announce where he plans to play in three days.

He wrote: "Where do I communicate this Friday," before adding the following hashtag "#vuelveelnino," which translates to "#Friday."

After hanging up his boots in 2019, the 37-year-old went to the gym - many fans praised his body’s incredible transformation.

Torres has always been remembered for being a skinny, fast striker - and he wasn’t really known for his strength.

However, he started his coaching role with Atletico Madrid’s B team and developed a strong physical condition for the Spaniard to spend a lot of time during the block.

Torres has won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup at Chelsea (he also won the Europa League with Atletico).

With the Spanish national team, he was a two-time European champion and won the FIFA World Cup. 

Post a Comment