Maurizio Sarri, the manager of Lazio, is allegedly interested in signing Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira. Both teams have chosen to include a swap deal for Torreira and Correa, with Arsenal eager to cash in on the star.
In 2018, the Arsenal midfielder signed a contract with the Emirates. He enjoyed a strong start with the North Londoners, appearing in 50 games in all competitions, but things have changed since then. Later, he was loaned to Atletico Madrid, but he was not a regular starter, appearing in only three league matches for the Spanish giants.
Lazio are interested in signing Torreira and have already begun negotiations with his agent.
Despite the fact that formal negotiations have yet to begin, they are optimistic in their ability to sign the midfielder. The Gunners are willing to include Correa in the transfer.
Arsenal's €20 million proposal for Correa was recently rejected, with Lyon demanding €35 million, an amount the Londoners are unwilling to pay. If the price does not move, there is no chance. As a result, a swap deal would be ideal.
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