Will Ferran Torres, a new City player, be able to play against Real Madrid in the Champions League?

After the transfer of Ferran Torres to Manchester City, only one question remains: will Ferran be able to play against Madrid in the Champions League?

Ferran Torres is now a new Manchester City player. In the absence of official confirmation, the Valencian pearl will arrive at the English club in exchange for 25 million euros plus 12 million in variables. In this way, Manchester City will have the services of one of the most sought-after players on the current market. Teams such as Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich were also interested in hiring him.

The big question now is this; will Ferran be able to play Madrid in the Champions League? The answer is NO, as City cannot sign him up for the rest of the championship. UEFA asks the clubs twice during the season for a list of players registered for the competition and in this case, the deadline has already expired. (The 4 City players to be cancelled by Real Madrid)

For now, Ferran will only be able to cheer on his team-mates from a distance, as we must remember that Ferran was already on holiday after his great season with Valencia. Ferran Torres arrives at a club where the competition is much higher than at Valencia; as he will have players like Sterling, Bernardo Silva or Riyad Mahrez ahead of him. Great players for only two positions, since in the lead, Kun Aguero is unmovable.

After the departures of Leroy Sané and David Silva, the arrival of a young promise like Ferran Torres, will be very useful for Pep Guardiola’s scheme. The Valencian has signed for five seasons with the English club.

Which team won the Champions League the most times in a row?

The fans of free spins for $1 are already placing bets to see who will win the Champions in the year of the Covid-19. With the return of the Champions League, which will absorb the football world during August, the question arises as to which teams have won titles consecutively. The answer is seven, which ranged from two-time champions to a five-time champion (Real Madrid) that no other team has ever repeated.

REAL MADRID: Five-time champion from 1955-1956 to 1959-1960 and three-time champion from 2015-2016 to 2017-2018

BAYERN MÜNICH: Three-time champion between 1973-1974 and 1975-1976

INTER: Bicampeón in the editions 1963-1964 and 1964-1965

The Champions League has always been an unpredictable competition and nobody knows how it will end up in an exceptional situation like this one. We can only base ourselves on the perceptions derived from the results and sensations that FC Barcelona has been leaving behind throughout the current 2019-20 season; an accumulation of irregularities that make it difficult to know, if possible, what will happen with the evolution of the team in the maximum European club competition.

In a competition like the Champions League, and even more so in this year’s edition (with single-elimination matches), everything will be measured by small details. And the fact that Barça have players like Leo Messi, Luis Suarez, Griezmann, Ansu Fati, Riqui Puig, Busquets and company in the squad, who combine youth, experience and talent, can tip the balance at any time.