Villarreal defender Pau Torres has spoken out over his future, amid reports he is set to leave the club this summer
The 25-year-old defender has become one of the most sought-after defenders in European football after helping the La Liga side reach the Champions League semi-finals.
As reported by the Mirror, Spanish radio station Cadena Ser has claimed that Torres’ transfer to Manchester United has been discussed
However, and negotiated with the player’s representatives, who traveled to England this week.
The Spanish international appears to remain calm about his future amid the Manchester United links, however, as he told AS (as quoted by the Mirror):
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“Right now there is nothing at all, there is talk of many things like every year
“I have peace of mind of being where they want me, at the club of my life and I have this offer right now that I value as very positive.”
“There is nothing right now, the only thing I have is the offer from Villarreal, so I am very calm.”
The Manchester Evening News has reported that the defender’s transfer has been discussed at Old Trafford
With the incoming manager, Erik ten Hag determined to sign the Villarreal star
Torres has a release clause in the region of €60 million in his current contract, which expires in 2024.
Chelsea is also interested to sign him this summer to sign Torres
But the Blues wants to secure the Jules Kounde deal before making another
Thomas Tuchel is keen to sign new defenders as the loss of the defender is set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer