Manchester City forward Ferran Torres has revealed his preferred destination should he leave Etihad.
The 21-year-old attacker joined the Citizens from Valencia last year, since then becoming a key player in Pep Guardiola's squad. In his debut season with City he scored 13 goals and helped his team to win the Premier League title as well as Carabao Cup.
Torres is currently out of action due to injury and is expected to return no sooner than December.
During his interview in Spain, the youngster was asked about his move from Etihad and possible destination in the future, to which he replied: (via Sport Witness
): “Valencia are my club. I’d like to return in the future. So many years at Valencia.
“It was a bit difficult with the criticism, but for me, Valencia is my club.”
Speaking about his improvements under Guardiola, Torres: “I signed for City as a winger and I have become a forward, [thanks to] Pep. With him you only have to learn at a tactical level and he is like a sponge.
“I am delighted to be close to the goal. It is a unique sensation [to score].”
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