The season is over, his current deal with Atletico Madrid is about to expire, and he’s yet to receive a new offer from the club he grew up at.
If it were for teammate Saul Niguez though, he would have already signed a new contract, and not just any, but one that would keep him at Atletico until the end of his playing days.
Fernando is a super kind person, really close to the fans and has encrusted in him the values of the club
Niguez told Marca about Fernando Torres, who may have played his last game for the Rojiblancos.
I would give him a contract for life
the Atletico Madrid player said, practically urging the club, Diego Simeone first of all, to make Torres an offer and give him the chance to play for the team in their first season in their new home, the Wanda Metropolitano.
Torres himself has said that his priority is to stay at Atletico, despite the fact that he’s not Simeone’s first choice for the attacking positions.
This season he scored a total of 10 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions, showing that he is still a striker that can offer solutions, even to a team competing for titles.