He may be known as The Kid, but within months of arriving in England with Liverpool, the Anfield faithful were talking of Fernando Torres in the same breath as Dalglish, Fowler and Rush. Armed with pace, touch, movement and devastating finishing, Torres made the transition from the Spanish La Liga to the rough and tumble of the Premiership with hardly a break in his elegant stride. Chelsea spent £50m on the World Cup winner, and when he hits his stride, it is easy to see why. Though his time at Chelsea was not exactly a success, Torres will go down in Chelsea history with his last-minute goal against Barcelona putting Chelsea through to the Champions League final of 2012. As of 2014, Torres has returned to boyhood Atletico where he was welcomed a hero.