（以下所有新聞皆摘自 Liverpool FC ）
ATHLETICO MADRID’S OFFER WAS TOO GOOD TO MISS - GARCIA
LUIS GARCIA admitted the lure of returning to Atletico Madrid was too strong to resist after rejoining his former club from Liverpool.
Garcia, who spent the 2002-2003 season at the Vicente Calderon, signed a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee with the Primera Liga side.
While conceding it was hard to leave Anfield, the Spain international revealed he could not turn down a move home.
He said: "It was a personal decision.
"Liverpool are one of the best clubs in the world. I spent three great years at Liverpool but it was time to consider my future.
"I could have stayed or I could return to Spain. I have made a decision which I believe is the right one.
"I simply couldn't reject the offer when given the opportunity to return to Atletico.
"Liverpool has been very important in my career and I will never forget my time there.
"Their fans are amazing, they supported me since my arrival, in good and bad times. I tried to do the best I could to repay their trust but nothing I can do can ever repay their unconditional support."
The 29-year-old is one of five acquisitions made by Atletico this summer along with Diego Forlan, Christian Abbiati, Raul Garcia and Cleber Santana.
And he believes the capital outfit, who finished seventh in the 2006-07 season, will be a force to be reckoned with next term.
"I aim for titles next season," he said. "We have a great team and I think if the team continues to work in the same manner as they did last season, I see no reason why we cannot take the club to the position where it belongs."
LUIS PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE REDS
Luis Garcia has spoken of his sadness at leaving Anfield while outlining his ambition to win silverware in Spain.
The Catalan playmaker returned to Atletico Madrid today after three years with Liverpool in which he won the Champions League.
He said: "It was a difficult decision because it hurts to be leaving one of the most important clubs in the world, and a club with one of the best sets of fans.
"I have enjoyed three great years there. There are several different reasons and the decision took a lot of thought, but Liverpool will always be with me because they always treated me very well.
"I have been lucky to win things there, but I did not want to let the opportunity pass to win trophies in Spain."
雖然知道 LG 的去留問題一直有在談判，可是一看到這消息還是覺得有點突然
反正我連大帝離開 Gunners 去
還有甚麼可以打擊我？哼（自暴自棄 mode ）
看 LG 你那個開心的笑容……
TORRES SIGNS SIX-YEAR DEAL FOR REDS
Fernando Torres has today completed his move from Atletico Madrid to Liverpool after putting pen to paper on a six-year deal. The 23-year-old striker will be unveiled to the media in the number nine shirt vacated by Robbie Fowler just after 3pm.
Torres passed a medical at Melwood yesterday before briefly flying back to his homeland to say an emotional goodbye to fans in Madrid.
The Spaniard leaves the La Liga side with a record of 82 goals in 214 league games.
He spent 12 years at the Vicente Calderon Stadium after being snapped up at the age of 11.
Torres made his debut aged 17 before becoming Atletico's youngest ever captain two years later.
The striker was top scorer and best player at both the 2001 European Under-16 Championships and 2002 European Under-19 Championships. He made his full international debut in September 2003, and has so far scored 14 goals in 40 caps.
Nicknamed El Nino (The Kid) because of his youthful appearance, he was selected for the 2006 World Cup in Germany, where he scored three goals.
In May 2007 Torres hit the headlines when he revealed the words 'You'll Never Walk Alone' on the inside of his captain's armband during a match against Real Sociedad. Two months later he is a Liverpool player.
Stay logged on to Liverpoolfc.tv for the first interview this afternoon.
Fernando Torres Unveiled as Liverpool player
這張臉…………真是帥氣 + 可愛到冇朋友！！！
正到連老 mum 子都 cannot recognize ！！！！
我還是撞牆死算了（撞 ing ）
不要辜負大老婆留給你的 9 號。（喂）
Welcome to Melwood, Nando.
10 things you didn’t know about Torres
Read our exclusive chat with Fernando