Chelsea FC: Why the Blues Should Keep Hold of Torres in the Summer
The season is now over and Fernando Torres will have mixed feelings about his personal successes.
He now has a Champions League medal to add to his FA Cup prize and he will be proud to know that he scored the goal that guaranteed Chelsea's place in the final.
But Torres may still be unsatisfied about his own performances, despite making drastic improvements in his overall game, he has struggled to find any real goalscoring form.
With Didier Drogba finding real form during the latter stages of the season, he was picked over Torres to start many of the bigger games. Torres can't have too many complaints as Drogba delivered and helped Chelsea secure both of their trophies this season.
But now Drogba has confirmed on his website he will be leaving the club (per ESPN), so Torres is going to have to step in and fill his shoes.
And there are no ordinary shoes, Drogba will go down in history as a true legend at Chelsea and he will be missed by all the fans.
So Torres can't take his position for granted and he must step up to the plate and have an impressive campaign next season.
He has the fans on his side, and his improved form during the end of the 2011-12 season will hopefully spur him on to continue playing well in to next season.
He is yet to repay his £50 million transfer fee, but he is going to want to prove all of the doubters that he is worth his gigantic price tag.
With Torres now being Chelsea's main striker, he will get more game time, and more game time is always good for any player's form and confidence and with Chelsea almost certainly entering this transfer window he will also have the new bloods' creative talents to help him in his goalscoring.
Torres needs to stay, simply because he is a world-class player, and now is his time to prove that he can be Chelsea's main man and he can repay all the faith the fans have kept in him.
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