Ferran Torres would seriously consider leaving FC Barcelona in search of more minutes and exposure. The Spanish striker’s presence in the team has been reduced due to Joao Félix’s good form and Raphinha’s recovery, and the impending arrival of Vitor Roque could increase competition in Barça’s forward line.
In addition, the departure of Mateu Alemany and the tensions between his advisors and Xavi Hernández’s coaching staff could be other factors influencing his decision. With a contract until 2027 and a termination clause of 1,000 million euros, Ferran Torres could find offers of a move attractive, especially if his role at Barça continues to diminish and his participation in next summer’s European Championships is at risk.
News of his possible departure has sparked interest from three prominent clubs:
Ferran Torres, targeted by three clubs in Europe
-Napoli: The Italian team is looking to strengthen its attack and sees Torres as the key figure to form a high-level attacking trident along with Kvaratskhelia and Osimhen, which will provide rotation to Walter Mazzarri’s plan.
-Newcastle: The Magpies, under the management of Eddie Howe, are looking for an elite striker to strengthen their attack. Ferran Torres presents himself as a valuable option to contribute to the rotation of the England team.
-Atlético Madrid: The Mattress Club views Torres as a strategic addition to complement a top attack alongside Griezmann and Morata. The possibility of including him in an operation by Joao Félix, currently on loan at Barcelona, adds an interesting component to the equation.
With these options on the table, Ferran Torres finds himself at a crucial crossroads in his career, where the choice of his next destination could have a significant impact on his development as a footballer.