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Ferran Torres could be heading for the Premier League Ferran Torres could be heading for the Premier League
Cary Erickson | 01 August, 2020, 14:10

Torres, who has played six times for Spain's Under-21 side, earned plaudits during the 2019-20 season for his two-footedness and alertness off the ball.

By September this year, Charlie will turn 17 and Manchester City or Manchester United must agree on a deal with him for them not to risk the financials being ruled on at tribunal.

Man City have reportedly agreed a deal for 20-year-old Spanish winger Ferran Torres from Valencia.

The two clubs reached an agreement which also includes add-ons that could be worth an extra £11m ($14m).

Considering how hurt Pep Guardiola is right now having missed out on the opportunity to bag a hat-trick of Premier League titles, it is pretty much given that he will leave no stones unturned in his quest to bring the crown back and signing Torres is a clear indication of his hunger.

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Before advanced interest from Manchester City, the likes of Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona were silently tracking his progress.

Stats Perform News understands the Spain Under-21 global will cost City £21.2million (€23m), plus further add-ons.

Last October, he became the youngest player in club history to score in the Champions League, striking against Lille at 19 years old.

Ferran's contract with Valencia was said to contain a €100m release clause, but he had stalled on signing fresh terms, meaning Los Che were never likely to hold out for such a fee given his deal was due to expire next year.

City are in the market for a new winger following the departure of Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich.