What is Pau Torres recent Net worth?
Who is Pau Torres?
Pau Francisco Torres (born January 16, 1997) is a Spanish footballer who plays as a center-back for Villarreal in La Liga and for the Spanish national team.
On January 16, 1997, in Villarreal, Spain, this Spanish footballer was born into a middle-class household. His father’s and mother’s names are not known. We haven’t discovered anything about his father’s or mother’s work backgrounds.
He is his family’s eldest son and youngest child. Jordi Torres is his older brother, while Clara Torres is his older sister. Pau is years older than Jordi. When he was five years old, this football star began his young career at Villarreal’s development academy.
This Spanish defender made his professional debut for the Villarreal reserve team against UE Cornella in a Segunda Division B match on August 21, 2016. On October 8, 2016, he scored his first professional goal for this team against Barcelona CF.
Torres made his La Liga debut against Sevilla FC on November 26, 2017, and his UEFA Europa League debut against Maccabi Tel Aviv FC on November 6, 2017. Torres was also called up for the first time for the Spain senior football team on 4 October 2019 by football manager Robert Moreno for a UEFA Euro 2020 qualification match against Norway and Sweden. However, he did not take part in this game.
On November 15, 2019, he made his international debut for the Spain national team against the Malta national team in a UEFA Euro 2020 qualification match. This excellent footballer scored his first professional goal in that encounter.
He’s currently in a relationship with a girl named Paulabatet.
The 25-year-old Spanish is 75inches tall and weighs 80kg. He’s quite active on Instagram having 211thousand followers.
The Career of Pau Torres
Torres was born in Villarreal, in the Valencian Community’s Province of Castellón, and played youth football for Villarreal CF. On August 21, 2016, he made his competitive debut with the reserves, starting in a 1–0 Segunda División B away loss against UE Cornellà.
Torres scored his first senior goal in a 2–2 home tie with CF Badalona on October 8, 2016. On December 20, he made his first competitive appearance for the first team, coming on as a late substitute for Victor Ruiz in a 1–1 home draw against CD Toledo in the Copa del Rey round of 32. In doing so, he became the first player born in Villarreal in 13 years.
Torres made his La Liga debut on November 26, 2017, in a 2–3 home loss to Sevilla FC, replacing fellow youth graduate Manu Trigueros late in the game. Ten days later, he made his UEFA Europa League debut against Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C. at the Estadio de la Cerámica, starting and finishing the 0–1 group stage defeat.
His Club’s jersey and Country’s jersey number is 4.
Torres was loaned to Málaga CF for a year on August 6, 2018. During his time at the club, he only missed four Segunda División games as they advanced to the promotion play-offs, and he was recalled by his original club.
Torres thereafter established his place in Villarreal’s starting XI, appearing in every league match. He was given a contract extension until 2024 in October 2019, and scored his first goal in the Spanish top-flight the following month, starting a 2–1 loss to CA Osasuna.
On 4 October 2019, Torres was called up for the first time by Robert Moreno for UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers against Norway and Sweden. He didn’t make his debut until November 15th, when he scored in a 7–0 demolition of Malta for the already qualified hosts, just a minute after replacing Sergio Ramos; Dani Olmo also scored on his first cap in that game, marking the first time two Spaniards had done so in exactly 30 years.
Torres was named to Luis Enrique’s finals roster of 24 players. He was also a member of the Olympic team that earned a silver medal in the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
He is expected to play in World Cup 2022 as a key player from Spain.
What is the Net worth of Pau Torres?
The estimated net worth of Torres is $5million. His estimated salary is £676,000 per year i.e $853,726.48.
Awards, Titles, and Achievements
He has received many awards. titles with his club, country, and individually.
- UEFA Europa League: 2020-2021
- UEFA Nation’s league: Runner up (2020-2021)
- UEFA Europa League squad of the season: 2020-2021