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Fee, release clause & contract details: Barcelona complete signing of Pablo Torre


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Spanish giants FC Barcelona have, on Friday night, confirmed the latest addition to the club's impressive crop of up-and-coming talent.

The player brought in by the Blaugrana? Pablo Torre.

Torre, an 18-year-old midfielder, has spent the campaign to date making a name for himself in the 3rd tier of Spanish football, piquing the attentions of a host of European football's giants courtesy of his exploits with Real Racing Club.

Despite his tender years, the Spanish youth international has racked up 21 league appearances with Racing, notching six goals and six assists from his attacking midfield berth along the way.

And such efforts, as alluded to above, have today secured for Torre a move to one of Spanish football's most historic clubs.

As confirmed in a series of posts across their social media platforms, Barcelona have clinched the starlet's signature from Racing, on a deal through the summer of 2026.

Torre will play out the remainder of the season with his current club, before taking his talents to Catalunya to line out for Barcelona B in 2022/23.

Massive release clause

A further insight into the deal, meanwhile, has since been provided by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.

The Italian reveals that Torre's signature has set those in a position of power at the Camp Nou back a not-inconsiderable sum of 5 million euros. Not only that, but a further 15 million euros could also be owed to Racing over the years to come, courtesy of a series of add-ons.

Torre's Blaugrana release clause is too unveiled, coming in at a whopping 100 million euros.

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

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