Pablo Torre has endured a turbulent time since his arrival at the Nou Camp.
The Spanish wonder teenager arrived from Racing Santander after a fine season during which he helped his former club achieve promotion from the RFEF Primera Division to La Liga 2.
Since his arrival to the Catalan capital, the midfielder has received mixed signals with respect to his services at the club. The youngster is hoping to get ample opportunities under Xavi Hernandez to prove himself at his new club.
Although he was bought for the B team, Torre has performed exceptionally well in his limited appearances. But, it doesn’t appear the player is quite happy with his demotion to the reserve squad and therefore decided to protest it by refusing to play with the team.
According to reports, Barca have made another attempt to register the youngster following the departures of Sergino Dest, Miralem Pjanic and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. The report says that those departures has freed up space and funds for Barca which they can use to register Pablo Torre as a first team player this season.
Pablo Torre made his first Champions League debut against Victoria Plzen on Wednesday and is currently included in the match day squad to face Cadiz.