Arsenal could be losing another star player in the summer after their tough tackling midfielder Lucas Torreira expressed his desire to leave the Emirates based giants in the summer for Argentine side Boca juniors.
Torreira,who was signed by former manager Unai Emery has grown frustrated by his lack of first team opportunities which has prompted him to seek for a move in search of regular playing time.
The player is also said to have grown homesick following the loss of his mother to the coronavirus pandemic and this is another factor that has made him want to move back to South America.
“I want to go to Boca Juniors now. I am 25 years old and I know it’s a club that plays for great targets. I’d like to make the fans happy... but I know it's not easy. Boca should reach an agremeent with Arsenal for a one-year ."Torreira said.
The former Sampdoria midfielder is currently spending the season with La liga giants Atletico Madrid and has had to play a part time role for Diego Simeone who prefers Koke and Saul Niguez to the Uruguayan.
Arsenal should now be ready to count their losses and cash in on the player rather than keep a discontent player who will only cause disharmony in the dressing room which may in turn affect the performances of the team.
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