Spanish professional footballer and former Atletico Madrid legend Fernando Torres, has shared his transformed photos almost 2-years after he retired from Sagan Tosu, a Japanese professional football club.
Torres who had over 600 career appearance (for both club and country) and 260 goals, could be described as a striker with less physical body presence during since making his first senior career debut in 2001 at Spanish side, Atletico Madrid.
Fernando Torres retired after the 2018-2019 seasons after making 35 league appearances for Sagan Tosu and scoring 5 goals.
Having won several club and international awards, Torres was close to winning the Ballon d’Or in 2008, but only settled for third place behind Lionel Messi (2nd) and Cristiano Ronaldo (1st).
Taken to his official social media handle since retiring, Torres has been seen at the gym working on his fitness and other parts of his body. Most footballers after retirement tends to gain body fat but Fernando Torres decided to gain body muscles instead.
Check out photos below: