The new Manchester City signing showed his happiness after arriving at Etihad and assures that he feels the fact of having left Valencia.
Ferran Torres, new player of Manchester City, He showed his happiness for his transfer to England although he also left some revealing phrases about his departure from Valencia.
In an exclusive interview with Marca, the 20-year-old footballer acknowledges that his conditions to renew with the Ché club were three: that Peter Lim be to negotiate and feel valued, be captain of the squad because that was his dream and also, be one of the highest paid on campus.
In addition, the winger accuses the locker room leader of the team that wears the bracelet, explaining that “Dani Parejo was not a good captain with me.”
After leaving a club he joined when he was 7 years old, the Foios-born commented: “It was a very nervous day. My agent was in Manchester with the club and called me and told me that they had reached an agreement and that I would play for City “It is a club to win everything and it has the best coach in the world. I think I will improve there and learn many things”
And in relation to his contact with Pep Guardiola, Torres defines it as “a very exciting moment for me. He conveyed a lot of tranquility and congratulated me. That helped me a lot to calm down and to make me want to go a lot more.”
Ferran says he feels “very happy and excited, although at the same time very sad because I leave the team of my life. It is the team that has given me everything and has trained me since I was 7 years old … but also where I have spent moments hard, in which I have been frustrated, that led me to make the decision to leave. “
Along the same lines, the brand-new player Citizen stressed: “I would like to emphasize, let me be very clear, that I am very grateful to Valencia and will support him wherever he is. The problem is that there are people within the club and a few journalists who are determined to leave me. bad and in staining my image. I refuse to leave Valencia badly because I am Valencianista “.
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