Torres Talks About The Future Of Atletico Madrid Coach, What Are They Saying?

Torres Talks About The Future Of Atletico Madrid Coach, What Are They Saying?

Torres Talks About The Future Of Atletico Madrid Coach, What Are They Saying?

Fernando Torres believes that Diego Simeone has prepared a long-term future to stay at Atletico Madrid. He expects Los Colchoneros to reach higher targets under Simeone.

Previously, Simeone actually never indicated to terminate his contract with Atletico. It happened when they lost to rivals Real Madrid in the 2016 Champions League final.

In fact he cut his contract term, and that means his term will end in 2020. Simeone is expected to lead the El Atleti squad to the triumph in the new stadium Wanda Metropolitano.

Maintain key players and managers

Leaving aside that, Torres ensures that his manager will still survive and continue to focus on fixing the team from the origin of the Spanish capital.

Torres said: “Everyone knows what he expects of us, everything. He is very good at communicating with anyone what he wants, his tactics, about his team, about the individual, about everything. ”

“I think he is very happy here and he wants to stay for a long time, it is very important for the players.”

“Hopefully we can keep key players, we can keep the manager and it will show everyone that we want to be better and we want more,” Torres continued.

“He’s very intense. You remember him as a player, he is very famous as a coach. He wants everything to stay focused in training, meetings, on our trips, every time. ”

“He’s very smart. He knows we need this intensity to be able to compete against a team better than us. He shows how to coach to be effective. ”

“We are competing against such a team. We have to follow Simeone’s instructions because she has shown the world that she is a good leader for us, “he concluded.

Torres became one of the heroes in Atletico 2-1 victory over Napoli in the Audi Cup pre-season tournament. They will face Liverpool in the final to be held on Thursday (3/8) early morning Indonesia time. (Source: FourFourTwo)

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