Ferran Torres, a forward for Barcelona, has reportedly recruited a psychologist to assist him to regain his best form, according to Alfredo Martinez on SPORT.
The 22-year-old Spanish player at Camp Nou has fallen down the pecking order under Xavi Hernandez this season due to his inability to execute at a high level.
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Five goals and an assist from 22 games in all competitions is not the finest performance. His statistics in La Liga alone—two goals in 15 games—make for considerably more ominous reading.
The Spanish international has recently displayed a lack of confidence and has committed errors on the pitch that have been detrimental to the squad.
The club’s coaching staff is making every effort to assist Torres in breaking out of his rut. The teenage forward is also believed to have sought out a psychologist’s assistance since he believes his mental state is not the finest.
What did the psychologist say?
A little more than a year ago, Torres moved from Manchester City to Barcelona in a transaction costing €55 million, with add-ons potentially raising the price to €65 million.
The former Valencia ace has occasionally displayed flashes of his talent and class, but they have been infrequent.
There have been rumors that Barcelona would be willing to consider bids for him given his dismal performances. Torres, though, is unwilling to quit the team and wants to remain there.
Torres aspires to regain his highest performance level and provide the effect that was anticipated of him upon his arrival last winter with the help of the club’s coaches and psychologist.
According to Alfredo Martinez on SPORT. Barcelona attacker Ferran Torres has allegedly hired a psychologist to help him get back into his finest shape.
Due to his failure to perform at a high level. The 22-year-old Spanish footballer at Camp Nou has dropped down the pecking order under Xavi Hernandez this season.
The worst performance was five goals and an assist in 22 games across all competitions. His La Liga stats alone—two goals in 15 games—make for much more troubling reading.
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