Fernando Torres Net Worth 2020 and Biography


As a football player, Fernando Torres is considered to be one of many living legends in the history of football. His Net Worth currently is $100 million (updated June 2019).

In 2018, he left Atletico Madrid, and he is currently playing in Sagan Tosu in Japan.  He used to play for the Spanish national and has 38 goals on his name for the national team (this makes him the 3th player with most goals in Spanish history, after David Villa and Raul).

He is considered to be a very successful football player with his own playing style. He was given the nickname “El Niño”. He has played for several top clubs Liverpool, Chelsea, and even Milan.

Fernando Torres early and personal life

On the 20th of March 1984, Fernando Torres was born in a city called Fuenlabrada, Spain. He lived together with his parents Jose Torres and Flora Sanz Torres and his two siblings Israel and Maria Torres.

He is married to his girlfriend Olalla Domínguez Liste on 27th of May 2009. When it comes to Fernando Torres and his beautiful cars, he is always passionate about them; he has always loved being a collector of cars.

Fernando Torres Early career and achievements

Fernando Torres is considered to be one of the player in the world of football with several records to prove it, because of his records and outstanding career, he has earned a name for himself. His career took a great turn internationally when he participated in three tournaments; UEFA 2004, FIFA World Cup 2006, and UEFA 2008.

The Japanese Nightmare

Fernando Torres is finding the J-League far tougher than expected. The Spanish striker hasn’t made a single goal in the first 6 months of 2019. Coming from Atletico Madrid and La Liga, the Japanese team had high expectations of Fernando Torres. He has failed to find the back of the net all season. Not scoring a goal in the 12 matches he appeared in so far. His current last goal for the team was in November 2018.

There was some speculation in the past months that the Spaniard was about to sign with the Mexican club Atletico de San Luis in the summer of 2019, but this possibility has already been ruled out. However, with his contract expiring early next year, Sagan might decide it’s best to let Torres go early.

David Villa, top scorer for Spain’s national team to date, also plays in the J-League. Although he is doing it a lot better. He scored six goals in 12 appearances for his new team Vissel Kobe (after arriving from New York City FC).

Fernando Torres Endorsements and Transfer history

Currently, his estimated Net worth is $90 million (if you include his properties, his career as a football player, and his sponsored deals with famous brands).

He used to have endorsements with big brands like Nike and Pepsi. These endorsements earned him about $22 million a year. He also earned very well playing in Europe for Liverpool, Chelsea, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid. In Chelsea, In Chelsea, he earned $281,500 a week. In January 2011, Chelsea bought the player in a $80 million transfer from Liverpool.