Torres has netted 13 goals in his debut season for Premier League winners.
Barcelona have agreed on a deal with Manchester City worth £55 million to secure the signature of Ferran Torres. La Liga giants are looking for the Spanish attacker for several months.
As per the reports of Sky Sports and other sources, Catalan giants will pay part of the fee upfront, with the rest of the deal being comprised of instalments and performance-related bonuses.
Man City will secure a good profit on Torres they signed from Valencia in 2020 for a modest £20 million. The 21-year-old had sought the move back to Spain, despite impressing since joining the Sky Blues.
The young attacker has netted 13 goals in his debut season for Premier League winners.
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