Fernanado Torres Retires From Football

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Former Liverpool, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid striker, Fernando Torres has announced his retirement from football after a glittering 18-year career.

The 35-year-old Spaniard who last played in Japan for Sagan Tosu after leaving Atletico Madrid last year made the announcement on Twitter this morning.

Torres, a  World Cup winner with Spain in 2010 won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup with Chelsea.

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Torres shared the news on Twitter:

Torres who moved to Liverpool in July 2007 and scored  81 goals in 142 games for the Reds. He later made a £50million deadline-day switch to Chelsea in January 2011 and sent the Blues to the Champions League final with Bayern Munich,  which they won.

He also enjoyed loan spell at AC Milan from Chelsea and then returned to Atletico in January 2015 before he made his move to Japan last July.

 

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