Spanish La Liga team Atletico Madrid has appointed a new manager to their team, according to reports they have appointed Fernando Torres as the new head coach of their team B.
Fernando Torres Appointed as Atletico Madrid Team B Head Coach
Fernando Torres has kicked off his managerial career following his appointment as the new Atletico Madrid B team head coach. The 36-year-old Spanish international who announced his retirement about a year ago with Sagan Tosu in the Japanese top-flight in August 2019 has aim himself coaching deal.
Torres started his career at Atletico Madrid at the tender age of nine, he has now returned to the club to manage the team B. He also played in the English Premier Lerague. He played for Liverpool, Chelsea, then played in Italian Serie A at AC Milan before joining Asian side where he finally retired.
Torres won one Champions League and two Europa League titles among several other domestic club trophies during his playing time. He also won the FIFA World Cup in 2010, coupled with two UEFA European Championship titles in 2008 and 2012.
The former Liverpool and Chelsea star might be Diego Simeone’s successor in the future if he does well with Atletico Madrid team B.