Portuguese midfielder, Rúben Pinto, has made a return to Portuguese football after eight seasons abroad, signing with Torreense for one season. The 32-year-old player spent the last four seasons with MOL Fehérvár in Hungary and is now set to join his fourth Portuguese club in his career.

Having been trained at Benfica, Rúben Pinto has previously played for Paços de Ferreira and Belenenses in the Liga between 2014 and 2016. He then moved on to CSKA Sofia, where he spent four seasons and competed in the Europa League.

In addition to signing Rúben Pinto, Torreense also announced the arrival of Spanish forward, Manuel Pozo, and the departure of Brazilian right-back, Keffel, on Wednesday. Pozo, a 22-year-old player from Valladolid’s B team, signed a three-year contract with Torreense, while Keffel left the Liga 2 team after two seasons to join Paysandu in the Brazilian Serie B.

Furthermore, André Rodrigues has been confirmed as the new president of the Torreense SAD, following the news reported by A BOLA on June 7th. This marks a significant change in the leadership of the club.

The additions of Rúben Pinto and Manuel Pozo, along with the change in leadership, signal an exciting new chapter for Torreense as they prepare for the upcoming season in Liga 2. Fans can expect a fresh lineup and renewed energy as the team gears up for the challenges ahead. Stay tuned for more updates on Torreense’s transfer activities as the market continues to evolve.