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Barcelona looks forward to loan out a young midfielder

Julian Araujo

Pablo Torre’s lack of playing time at Barcelona this season has been a big source of dissatisfaction for fans. The 19-year-old joined the club last summer, turning down Real Madrid to join Spotify Camp Nou.
Manager Xavi Hernandez immediately drafted Torre into the first-team dynamics. However, the young Spaniard has been left warming the benches for nearly the entire season, with only occasional appearances here and there.

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Barcelona might loan out Pablo Torre owing to his behaviour

As the summer transfer window approaches, there have been speculations that Torre could be loaned out. However the midfielder aspires to remain at the club and compete for a starting spot. However, according to the most recent report from Gerard Romero, Torre is getting closer to departing Barcelona on a season-long loan. According to the journalist, the club’s technical staff was dissatisfied with some of his off-field actions during his debut season in La Liga.

This is not the first time that reports of Torre’s inappropriate behaviour have surfaced. Manager Xavi Hernandez, on the other hand, dismissed them last month, saying:

“I’ve read that Pablo has bad habits and that’s not true. He’s involved and he’s very well-liked in the dressing room, he’s a very good lad. He has competition and is playing minutes in the Barça first team, which is a lot. I expect him to be important.”

Torre has only appeared 11 times in all competitions since joining Barcelona. In addition he is yet to start in a La Liga match. Even while Pedri was out injured, the midfielder didn’t get many chances. Torre has one goal and one assist to his name. Hence he is craving for more chances.

And, if Romero is to be believed, the 19-year-old appears to be on his way out on loan during the forthcoming transfer window.

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