The race of Lucas Torreira placeholder image He will remain in Europe, but no longer in England with Arsenal, at least for now. Finally, the Uruguayan midfielder will head to Italy to join the Fiorentina and return to play Serie A, a tournament where he shone in his early years on the old continent.
The agreement was given as a loan at a cost of 1.5 million euros for the entire season. In addition, there is a purchase option, which was valued at 15 million euros. This will be a new opportunity for the 25-year-old footballer to find his best football level.
Let us remember that in the past year it was not considered by Arsenal and was transferred to Atletico Madrid, where he also failed to consolidate: he played 19 games (three times as a starter) and scored a goal. During that journey in Spain, the rumors of his possible arrival at Boca Juniors in Argentina increased, but there was nothing official.
Now, already psyched up in Fiorentina, the fierce Lucas Torreira placeholder image it will seek to regain continuity. Before his arrival in England, the Uruguayan played two seasons in Serie A with Sampdoria and added 71 games (he scored 4 goals). Still with a contract at Arsenal, until June 30, 2023, he has the possibility of re-launching his career in Italy.
Lucas Torreira, lackluster in Arsenal
The race of Torreira took off in a spectacular way since his stay at Sampdoria in Italy and his participation in the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The great level he showed served to get him to be hired by Arsenal of England, where he arrived as a great figure and showed his quality since his appearance .
In his first season he added 34 Premier League appearances and 29 appearances in the second, but then he was no longer considered by Mikel Arteta. During the previous course, he was loaned to Atlético Madrid of Spain, where he did not shine much, but at least he managed to add minutes. Back in London, he was not going to be taken into account and for that reason he is transferred.
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