Fernando Torres threatens to tell "true story" of Liverpool FC exit.
Fernando Torres has warned Liverpool fans that they do not know the 'true story' of his exit.
The Spaniard is widely reviled by his one-time adoring legions at Anfield following his £50million switch to Chelsea on the final day of the January transfer window.
Torres is likely to face his former employers when Liverpool travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday and is anticipating a more hostile reception from their travelling supporters.
But he insists that any ill feelings from Reds fans are harboured from a lack of understanding of the circumstances which surrounded his deadline day defection to West London.
"I've no doubt [the abuse] will be a lot worse," he told Marca.
"The Liverpool fans have only paid attention to what the club made them see and they don't know the true story of my transfer to Chelsea.
"That's why I don’t hold any grudges; they will always be special to me."
The misfiring striker, who has netted just three league goals since his move ten months ago, also paid tribute to former Kop boss Rafael Benitez for his level of understanding.
He said: "Nobody has understood me like Rafa Benitez.
"I owe him a lot. He is a fantastic coach. His teams go out on to the pitch with just one aim: to compete.
"The sensation they transmit is that, with less [of a] budget, they can beat the biggest teams."
Kenny Dalglish, the current Liverpool manager, refused to be drawn on questions about Torres during his pre-match press conference, insisting "it's nothing to do with us"
Source: click Liverpool