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Barcelona Yet to Pay Manchester City for Ferran Torres

La Liga giants FC Barcelona have not reportedly paid Manchester City €52 million, the transfer money of Spanish international Ferran Torres.

Rising from the academy of La Liga outfit Valencia, Torres played for the reserve team of Valencia. he then made his senior debut in 2017 and soon established himself in the lineup. His consistency and creativity earned him nigger contracts.

Finally, it was EPL side Manchester City who signed the Spaniard after paying a transfer fee of  £20.8 million. Upon joining City, Torres had a tough start in City’s star-studded lineup. But he soon adapted to City’s style of play and scored 13 goals in his first season at the Etihad.

Despite having a great start in the following season, Torres suffered multiple injuries and was got down in the pecking order. He then decided to join La Liga giants FC Barcelona in the winter transfer window.

Barcelona still have to pay for Torres’s transfer

Barcelona Yet to Pay Manchester City for Ferran Torres

When Ferran joined Barcelona, it was reported that the Catalans will be paying Manchester City the €52 million amount in various installments.

However, Catalunya Radio has recently reported that Barcelona is yet to pay a single penny to the Citizens. The reports further suggest that they will now have to pay the full amount by this year itself.

Torres’s deal also includes a variable amount of €3 million. But at this moment it seems like Barcw will not have to pay that. With Barca’s recent struggles with their finances, this is now looking like a new shock for the Catalan fans.

After recovering from his injury last January, Torres was given a big role in Xavi’s Barcelona team. The Spanish international started decently and had 13 goal contributions for Barcelona in the second half of the season, helping them to finish in the second spot in La Liga behind Real Madrid.

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Barca then signed Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha at the start of the season. Torres meanwhile got injured and lost his form. As a result, he lost his place in the starting lineup and has been mainly coming from the bench so far.

Xavi meanwhile tried to play Torres in multiple roles but he has not performed in any of them. Barcelona now have a gruelling schedule up ahead and is already suffering from the injuries of multiple players.

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Torres has so far scored only one goal in the starting part of the season. The Blaugrana will now hope Torres gets his form back soon and start to justify his price tag.

What’s Next?

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Torres is currently playing for Spain and is seen as an important player by Enrique. he is set to be a part of the Spanish team which will play in the upcoming Qatar World Cup. So his coming back in form is also necessary for the Spanish team.

La Liga giants FC Barcelona have not reportedly paid Manchester City €52 million, the transfer money of Spanish international Ferran Torres.

Rising from the academy of La Liga outfit Valencia, Torres played for the reserve team of Valencia. he then made his senior debut in 2017 and soon established himself in the lineup. His consistency and creativity earned him nigger contracts.

Finally, it was EPL side Manchester City who signed the Spaniard after paying a transfer fee of  £20.8 million. Upon joining City, Torres had a tough start in City’s star-studded lineup. But he soon adapted to City’s style of play and scored 13 goals in his first season at the Etihad.

Despite having a great start in the following season, Torres suffered multiple injuries and was got down in the pecking order. He then decided to join La Liga giants FC Barcelona in the winter transfer window.

Barcelona still have to pay for Torres’s transfer

Barcelona Yet to Pay Manchester City for Ferran Torres

When Ferran joined Barcelona, it was reported that the Catalans will be paying Manchester City the €52 million amount in various installments.

However, Catalunya Radio has recently reported that Barcelona is yet to pay a single penny to the Citizens. The reports further suggest that they will now have to pay the full amount by this year itself.

Torres’s deal also includes a variable amount of €3 million. But at this moment it seems like Barcw will not have to pay that. With Barca’s recent struggles with their finances, this is now looking like a new shock for the Catalan fans.

After recovering from his injury last January, Torres was given a big role in Xavi’s Barcelona team. The Spanish international started decently and had 13 goal contributions for Barcelona in the second half of the season, helping them to finish in the second spot in La Liga behind Real Madrid.

Barca then signed Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha at the start of the season. Torres meanwhile got injured and lost his form. As a result, he lost his place in the starting lineup and has been mainly coming from the bench so far.

Xavi meanwhile tried to play Torres in multiple roles but he has not performed in any of them. Barcelona now have a gruelling schedule up ahead and is already suffering from the injuries of multiple players.

Torres has so far scored only one goal in the starting part of the season. The Blaugrana will now hope Torres gets his form back soon and start to justify his price tag.

What’s Next?

Torres is currently playing for Spain and is seen as an important player by Enrique. he is set to be a part of the Spanish team which will play in the upcoming Qatar World Cup. So his coming back in form is also necessary for the Spanish team.

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La Liga giants FC Barcelona have not reportedly paid Manchester City €52 million, the transfer money of Spanish international Ferran Torres.

Rising from the academy of La Liga outfit Valencia, Torres played for the reserve team of Valencia. he then made his senior debut in 2017 and soon established himself in the lineup. His consistency and creativity earned him nigger contracts.

Finally, it was EPL side Manchester City who signed the Spaniard after paying a transfer fee of  £20.8 million. Upon joining City, Torres had a tough start in City’s star-studded lineup. But he soon adapted to City’s style of play and scored 13 goals in his first season at the Etihad.

Despite having a great start in the following season, Torres suffered multiple injuries and was got down in the pecking order. He then decided to join La Liga giants FC Barcelona in the winter transfer window.

Barcelona still have to pay for Torres’s transfer

Barcelona Yet to Pay Manchester City for Ferran Torres

When Ferran joined Barcelona, it was reported that the Catalans will be paying Manchester City the €52 million amount in various installments.

However, Catalunya Radio has recently reported that Barcelona is yet to pay a single penny to the Citizens. The reports further suggest that they will now have to pay the full amount by this year itself.

Torres’s deal also includes a variable amount of €3 million. But at this moment it seems like Barcw will not have to pay that. With Barca’s recent struggles with their finances, this is now looking like a new shock for the Catalan fans.

After recovering from his injury last January, Torres was given a big role in Xavi’s Barcelona team. The Spanish international started decently and had 13 goal contributions for Barcelona in the second half of the season, helping them to finish in the second spot in La Liga behind Real Madrid.

Barca then signed Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha at the start of the season. Torres meanwhile got injured and lost his form. As a result, he lost his place in the starting lineup and has been mainly coming from the bench so far.

Xavi meanwhile tried to play Torres in multiple roles but he has not performed in any of them. Barcelona now have a gruelling schedule up ahead and is already suffering from the injuries of multiple players.

Torres has so far scored only one goal in the starting part of the season. The Blaugrana will now hope Torres gets his form back soon and start to justify his price tag.

What’s Next?

Torres is currently playing for Spain and is seen as an important player by Enrique. he is set to be a part of the Spanish team which will play in the upcoming Qatar World Cup. So his coming back in form is also necessary for the Spanish team.

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