Spanish Forward Ferran Torres Has left Manchester City for Barcelona after a £46m transfer deal was agreed.
The deal keeps Torres at Barca until June 2027, with a billion Euros(£842m) set as his buyout clause.
Torres becomes the third Barcelona player with a £1bn buyout clause, after Ansu Fati and Pedri signed contract extensions containing £1bn release clauses.
Barcelona will pay £8.4m in add-ons and must trade off some players to meet up with La Liga’s financial rules.
At City, Ferran Torres played 43 matches and scored 16 goals for within 18 months after Joining from Valencia.
However, the youngster has not featured in any match since he suffered a foot injury on international duty.
Fortunately, Barca says Torres is “recovering well” but gave no timeframe about when he might make his debut appearance.
Reports say Torres told Guardiola that he wanted to leave City and seek more first-team football elsewhere.
With Silva, Grealish, Mahrez, Sterling, Jesus and Foden on their bench, City feel they have strong forward players.
Barcelona however are short on forward players after their financial issues forced them to part with Argentine superstar Messi, and Griezmann rejoined Atletico Madrid over the summer.
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