Mikel Arteta's side are currently struggling to secure a chance to play in the Europa League come next season,but there some major blows including some players not being happy with the way they are currently being treated while others are not pleased with their current positions.
Switzerland International Granit xhaka has proven to be a key player in Artetas' squad following his camouflage playing style and leadership, hence making him unstoppable and this has triggered some frustration to on loan middfielders,who currently see no future at the club.Arsenal middfielder Lucas Torreira who is currently playing for the Laliga Santander table leaders Atletico Madrid,has finally made a decision to quit being an Arsenal player come this summer.
According to reports TYC sports, Torreira has finally made up his mind on pleasing his father by joining Argentine giants Boca juniors.
Since joining Someone's side on loan from Arsenal, Torreira rarely gets playing time and he doesn't see that on his return to the premier League.
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