Arsenal are set to make important decisions in this summer as far as transfers are concerned. After missing out on Champions League football next season but they qualified for the Europa League competition there is need for squad upgrade.
Meanwhile there players expected to exit the club especially the likes of Lacazette and Nketiah who are running down their deals and are set for expiry in June this year. More so there players in which Arteta had sanctioned loan moves previously.
And Fiorentina had Lucas Torreira on their books this season in what now seems to be a difficult deal for the Italians to keep the player on a permanent basis. As per Metro, "When we agreed on the (€1.5m) £1.2m loan with Arsenal last summer.
I got from the English club the possibility that Fiorentina would not pay that money if Lucas had played at least 25 games. With this option we have set the right of redemption at €15m (£12.6m), payable in six instalments of €2.5m (£2.1m) by 2025.
We had agreed on an engagement with Fiorentina for the coming seasons of €2.7m (£2.2m) net a year. Fiorentina, however, now want to lower both the salary and the cost of the transfer. We couldn't accept us and Arsenal didn't accept either.
Now Lucas has a contract with Arsenal until June 30, 2023. "An agent to Lucas Torreira, Pablo Bentancur said which means the Uruguayan International will be back to Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners will be having Saliba as well back from a loan spell with Marseille in France. So is the on-loan to Roma the England international Maitland-Niles. With the likes of Pablo Mari who as well went to Udinese on temporary basis has uncertain future ahead of summer.
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