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Fernando Torres shows off bulging muscles while boxing after ex-Liverpool and Chelsea star’s shock body transformation

FERNANDO TORRES has shown off his incredible body transformation while boxing as he continues to enjoy retirement.

The former Liverpool and Chelsea striker hung up his boots nearly two years ago after a sensational career that saw him win a host of major trophies.

Torres looked jacked while he was engaging in some boxing training
The Chelsea man looks twice the size he was when he was playing

And then at the beginning of 2021 the Spaniard revealed he had bulked up a huge amount since packing in football.

In an Instagram post announcing a link-up between Atletico Madrid and a Southeast Asian casino website, he showed off his new ripped new look.

Torres posed in a tight-fitting blue polo shirt, wowing fans who quickly noticed his recent exploits in the gym.

And now he has released some new pictures which show him getting even more ripped through boxing training.

Torres reportedly owns a number of gyms in the Spanish capital, where he played some of his final years in football with Atletico Madrid.

Among those who have used them in the past include former teammate Diego Costa.

Torres retired with a record of 262 goals in 767 club appearances.

He also netted 38 times in 106 games for Spain, with whom he won the World Cup and European Championships twice.

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A new photo of the hench Fernando Torres has gone viral on social media

Torres’ new body shape stunned fans earlier this year
The Spaniard's hulking new-look first caught the eye last month
The Spaniard has completed changed his physique since retiring in 2019

He will be fondly remembered in England for his sensational time at Anfield where he scored 81 times in 142 games.

But his subsequent £50million transfer to Chelsea in 2011 did not work out as the Blues had hoped as Torres managed more than 11 goals in just one of his three and a half seasons playing at Stamford Bridge.

He then went on loan to AC Milan before returning to Atletico and then finishing his career with Japanese side Sagan Tosu.

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