Fernando Torres like a badly treated car at Chelsea, says Milan coach

Fernando Torres was like a badly treated car at Chelsea, according to AC Milan youth coach Stefano Eranio

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Fernando Torres was like a badly treated car at Chelsea, according to AC Milan youth coach Stefano Eranio.

The Spain international moved to the San Siro on a two-year loan deal last month after scoring 45 goals in 172 games for the Blues following his transfer to Stamford Bridge back in 2011.

He arrives in Italy with great enthusiasm, and has specific characteristics that would suit Milan perfectly

Stefano Eranio

And former Milan winger Eranio is backing the 30-year-old to rediscover his goal-scoring form in Serie A with his new club.

“Torres is a very humble player, he has great technical and human qualities,” Eranio told Milan News.

“In recent years he has not been in contention much and has spent a long time on the Chelsea bench.

“But he is like a car, he needs to play to find his form. He needs the confidence of the coach and to make the most of his surroundings.

“As a coach, I say that I would always want someone like Torres in the team. He arrives in Italy with great enthusiasm, and has specific characteristics that would suit Milan perfectly.

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