Chelsea striker Fernando Torres admitted that he was touched by the reception of the fans of his former club when he returned to play against them in the Champions League, according to ESPN.
The forward made his first return against his boy-hood club in the 0-0 Champions League semi-final first-leg on Tuesday and said that it was an emotional occasion.
The Spaniard received a loud ovation from the fans before and after the game, des...More
On-loan goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has said that he is happy to have been cleared to face his parent club in the Champions League, Sky Sports reports.
The goalkeeper has been in fine form this season and has earned himself recognition as one of the best young goalkeepers in the world playing for Atletico Madrid.
There was controversy over whether the 21-year-old would play when the La Liga side face Chelsea in the Champions League ...More
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood has claimed that his side could have challenged for the Premier League title this season if they had held onto Gareth Bale, Sky Sports reports.
The 24-year-old made the £85 million world-record move to Real Madrid last summer after an excellent season with Spurs previously.
The Welshman has gone on to flourish in Madrid with a stunning solo-goal to help his new side beat rivals Barcelona to the Copa De...More
Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo has said that a deal is yet to be made with Chelsea to allow on-loan goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois to play in the Champions League semi-final, according to The Daily Mail.
Despite a contract clause stating that the Spanish side must pay for each match that the Belgian plays in against his parents club, UEFA overruled and stated that the shot-stopper is free to play if selected.
Although the La ...More
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has admitted that he is open to a return to boy-hood club Atletico Madrid and work under manager Diego Simeone again, according to The Telegraph.
Torres turned 30 this week and could be making an exit from the club despite having two years left on his current Blues contract.
With Chelsea eyeing up Atletico striker Diego Costa, a striker swap could be included in part of a deal that sees Torres return ...More
Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin could be set to exit the club and join current loan side Sevilla on a permanent basis, according to Sky Sports.
The German moved to Stamford Bridge in 2012 as a free agent but has failed to make an impact at the London side.
The 24-year-old headed for Spain on a season-long loan in June 2013 and has said that he would welcome the chance to stay in La Liga.
"If both Sevilla and me are happy to stay, I ...More
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