Ex-Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has agreed on a deal to move to Japanese club Sagan, according to report in Spain.
The former Spanish striker is set to leave his boyhood club Atletico Madrid for the second time to join Japanese club, Sagan.
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Torres played 347 games for the Madrid based club in two spells and he scored 120 goals in the process.
The 34-year-old forward has favoured a move to Japan and Cadena Ser reported that Japan is the preferred destination for former Liverpool and Chelsea star.
His former Spanish teammate Andres Iniesta also secured a deal with J-League team Vissel Kobe at the end of the season, while Marca reported that Torres will earn approximately €80k per week following the move.