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Liverpool Legend Fernando Torres’ Remarkable Body Transformation Continues With New Gym Pic

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Liverpool Legend Fernando Torres’ Remarkable Body Transformation Continues With New Gym Pic

Fernando Torres has continued to wow fans with his incredible body transformation as a new pic of the Liverpool legend's impressive physique has emerged online.

The 36-year-old Spaniard called it time on a glittering career in football in 2019 after a brief spell with Japanese side Sagan Tosu.

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The former Reds and Chelsea striker stunned fans last month as photos emerged of his huge physique and how much he has bulked up since retirement.

The latest snap of Torres has him wearing shorts and a vest while working out, but his body transformation has once again left fans in awe at his size and shape.

One fan tweeted: "He was always big and well build [sic] at LFC but this is bigger!"

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Someone else hilariously posted: "Can we get him as our centre-back."

A third said: "Always had that in him -- had unreal deceptive strength given his height."

While a fourth added: "Imagine if he [was] still playing football, [Segio] Ramos would cry if he sees Torres."

A fifth wrote: "Imagine what he'd do to [Nemanja] Vidic now!"

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Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard has since admitted that he was 'heartbroken' when Torres left Anfield in 2011 and signed for Chelsea.

The 40-year-old Rangers boss told The Robbie Fowler Podcast: "I didn't play with Torres long enough because he went to Chelsea and broke my heart.

"If you asked me who was the best player on a daily basis consistently, [Luis] Suarez was an animal but my best years were alongside Torres in terms of how I felt.

"I was really, really gutted [when Torres left]. We're working so hard at this point to try and get as close as we can to close the gap and challenge.

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"At Liverpool, at the time, it always felt like we were taking huge strides and getting close and progressing really well, and then at a really key time and a key moment for the team and the group, a big player gets taken away and it takes time to recover from that.

"My relationship with Torres, I was getting a lot of goals at that time. I was at my peak and felt fantastic."

Featured Image Credit: PA/Twitter

Topics: Football, Fernando Torres

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