Chelsea striker Fernando Torres finds himself in the peculiar position of playing at each of his former and current home stadiums in the space of eight days. Chelsea travel to the Vicente Calderon for the first leg of their Champions League semi-final tie with Atletico Madrid, where Torres made his senior debut, and will then travel to Anfield on Sunday for a crucial game in the Premier League title race against Liverpool, who they bought the Spaniard from in 2011.
Torres spent a total of 12 years at Atletico, joining as a youth player in 1995 before making his senior debut in 2001, and scored 82 league goals in that time before he made the move to Liverpool in 2007.
The 30-year-old was a fan-favourite at Anfield, where he netted 65 goals in 102 Premier League appearances before joining Chelsea in January 2011 as part of a 50 million move.
Torres, who has failed to replicate the form he enjoyed at both of his former clubs at Stamford Bridge, scoring just 19 goals in 107 appearances, will then hope his current team can advance to the Champions League final in the second leg of the semi-final tie against Atletico Madrid next Wednesday.