'El Nino' – He's played for some of Europe's biggest clubs, but now Fernando Torres is back with the team where he established a reputation as one of the world's most feared strikers.
Torres back home – Torres is determined to prove his worth during his second spell at Atletico Madrid, where he started his career in 2001.
Boy wonder – A youthful Torres forged his reputation with his goalscoring exploits for Atletico during his first spell with the Spanish team. He made his debut at the age of 17 and two years later was the club's captain.
Best of teammates – Torres says he enjoyed his best moments in football playing alongside Steven Gerrard during his Liverpool glory days, having left Atletico in 2007.
On top of the world – He won the 2010 World Cup with Spain but played a limited role in South Africa after suffering a knee injury near the end of the English season.
Record transfer – Torres moved to Chelsea from Liverpool in January 2011 for a British-record transfer fee of £50 million ($75 million).
Champions League winner – Torres struggled to justify his price tag at Chelsea, but lifted the European Champions League trophy in 2012 -- his biggest club honor -- after scoring a key goal in the semifinal against Barcelona.
Spanish hero – Torres holds aloft the Euro 2012 trophy during a victory parade after Spain's triumph. He scored in the final against Italy.