Real Madrid prepared to offer €50 Million For Barcelona target Ferran Torres

By Stermy 3 Min Read

Real Madrid are ready to submit a bid worth €50 million to sign Ferran Torres, a target for bitter rivals Barcelona.

According to a report by Catalan outlet El Nacional, Real Madrid are preparing to make a move for Ferran Torres in next summer’s transfer window.

The Los Blancos prepared to offer €50 million to land the Manchester City forward, who is also targeted by bitter rivals Barcelona.

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Ferran Torres joined Manchester City from boyhood club Valencia in the 2020 summer has made significant progress in his career.

The 21 year old has shown many promising signs when played in an experimental centre-forward role for the Premier league Champions.

The Spaniard started the 2021/22 season strongly, scoring three goals and an assist in seven appearances for the English giants before being sidelined by a foot injury while on international duty.

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What a perfect day it was for Ferran Torres to score against the Gunners

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However, his progress has already been noticed by two of the biggest clubs in the world who are keen on signing him.

Los Blancos have been monitoring Ferran Torres’s progress and are keen to land the Spaniard

However, Los Blancos targets Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland are their priority next summer but could be forced to sign another attacker due to the form and fitness issues of Eden Hazard, Marco Asensio and Gareth Bale.

On the other hand, Barcelona have also been on the trail of the Spaniard for a while now.

His qualities are what the Blaugrana need amid the uncertainties surrounding the future of Ousmane Dembele.

Torres could also be a viable option to lead the line for Barcelona.
However, the Catalan giants will need to battle their rivals to secure the services of the 21-year-old.

The Merengues are prepared to offer €50 million to land Torres, with the figure being double what Manchester City paid to bring him to the Etihad.

According to the report, he is eager to secure more regular game-time elsewhere than he is afforded at Manchester City.



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