Barcelona's pre-season plans for new signing Pablo Torre revealed


An insight into the plans of Spanish giants Barcelona when it comes to Pablo Torre's role ahead of the 2022/23 campaign has been provided this weekend.

The latest addition to the player ranks at the Camp Nou, of course, was made official on Friday evening.

This came as the Blaugrana beat out the competition to clinch the signature of highly-regarded up-and-coming midfielder Pablo Torre from Real Racing Club.

The 18-year-old, who has racked up six goals and six assists across the campaign to date in Spain's 3rd tier, put pen to paper on a contract in the Catalan capital through the summer of 2026:

And now, as alluded to above, an insight into Barca's plans to gauge Torre's talents ahead of next season has been provided.

The info comes courtesy of the reliable Santi Ovalle, who points towards the latest addition to the Blaugrana's ranks taking his place amongst Xavi Hernandez's first-team setup this coming summer.

From here, Torre will be assessed regarding his readiness to contribute on the senior stage, before taking his place with Barcelona B to start out the campaign:

Elche test

Turning attentions back towards the job at hand in the Catalan capital, Barca are of course set to return to action on Sunday afternoon.

Xavi and co. will make the trip to Alicante to take on Elche, with confidence no doubt high in the camp on the back of a timely upturn in form over recent weeks.

All told, on their way to making it seven unbeaten across all competitions, the Blaugrana put four past each of Valencia, Napoli and Athletic Club, to solidify themselves as clear front-runners to nab La Liga’s final Champions League spot.

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Conor Laird

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