"While I've greatly enjoyed coaching NYCFC and the incredible life experience of living in New York, in mutual discussion with the Club, I feel this is the right time for myself and my family to look for other opportunities as I develop my career as a head coach," Torrent said in a prepared statement.
"I'd like to thank NYCFC for giving me this opportunity. I've learned a lot during my time at the club after working with a fantastic sporting department and a great group of coaches. I'd specifically like to thank the NYCFC players, staff and fans. The Club has a fantastic group of talented and hard-working players and I have no doubt they will continue to be successful for many years to come. To the fans, thank you for always supporting the team and making me feel so welcome in New York since day one. I wish everyone good luck and a lot of success."