The Spaniard has endured a torrid spell at Chelsea but scored the crucial goal which sealed their spot in the final against Barcelona.
“In the end I was able to play a bit and help the team but there was huge disappointment when I saw the starting lineup, maybe the biggest disappointment of my life,” Torres said.
“This season I felt things I had never felt [before]. I felt they have treated me in a way I was not expecting; not in the manner for which the club brought me here.
“We have had many conversations and, now the season has finished, we will have more talks to see what happens because this is not the role for which I came.
“I’m not happy. All this makes up for it, of course, but as far the future is concerned, well, football has been fair to me. Right now I do feel it’s all worth it but the truth is I’ve gone through some very bad moments.”
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