Portuguese under-21 international and Arsenal player, Nuno Tavares, took a trip down memory lane, visiting his old school, Colégio Nuno Álvares Pereira, part of Casa Pia de Lisboa, where he spent a significant part of his childhood.
Nuno Tavares, currently on loan at Marseille from Arsenal, visited his former school and training club, Benfica.
Tavares expressed satisfaction with Benfica’s recent national title victory and reminisced on his time at the club.
He praised his teammate, Vitinha, and predicted a bright future for the young footballer.
A walk down memory lane for Nuno Tavares
A nostalgic visit
Tavares took the opportunity to tour his old school’s music wing, even showcasing his cello-playing skills – a talent he nurtured during his time there.
The visit served as a chance for the Arsenal left-back to reconnect with old teachers and friends, a heartening scene marked by warm greetings and shared memories.
Remembering his Benfica days
During his visit, Tavares acknowledged his contentment over Benfica’s recent national title win, a victory that brought him joy, given his roots with the club.
“Whenever Benfica wins something, I’m very happy, obviously, and it’s always good,” he expressed, indicating the strong bond he still shares with his training club.