Published: Thu, June 27, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Lucas Torreira is 'not looking to leave Arsenal despite AC Milan links'

Lucas Torreira is 'not looking to leave Arsenal despite AC Milan links'

Arsenal have not accepted the offer, but Sky Sport in Italy report that an agreement has been reached with the player's agent.

Arsenal could join the chase to sign midfielder Amadou Diawara from Napoli, if Lucas Torreira requests a move to AC Milan, it has been claimed in Italy.

But the former Sampdoria man has spoken out while on worldwide duty at the Copa America - and he has reassured Arsenal fans he is happy to stay.

Sportitalia claimed earlier this week that Torreira told the Gunners that he was not content at The Emirates and wanted to be sold - with Milan his preferred destination. While Torreira himself admitted that he has struggled to adapt to life in England and has faced significant adversity with the language barrier, The Telegraph report calls any suggestions that the player is looking to force his way out "wildly exaggerated".

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The Italian giants have made an approach for the 23-year-old Uruguay midfielder who is interested in a move to the San Siro after just one season in England. I think I was doing better in Italy. "It is very hard when you can't have dialogue", Torreira said earlier this month.

Torreira played in 34 Premier League matches, 12 Europa League games, three EFL Cup matches and one FA Cup match for Arsenal last season. "You go out in the morning and it is cloudy, you arrive late to your home and it is cloudy".

The 51-year-old became the head coach at Milan following his departure from Sampdoria, the former employers of Torreira, and this recent change in management at San Siro looks to have pushed I Rossoneri to the front of the queue, ahead of rivals Napoli, for the signature of the Uruguay global.

As you can see, he claims that he will be adapting as the years pass by.

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