& # 39; I think it was better in Italy & # 39 ;: Lucas Torreira & # 39; opens the door to an Arsenal exit after one season & # 39; with ACF Milan, midfielder
- Lucas Torreira is interested in Italy with a return to the A series
- The Uruguayan already has & # 39; after one season & # 39; the door opened to an Arsenal exit & # 39;
- AC Milan is a club that says to be enthusiastic about the player with his future uncertain
Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira has questioned his future after suggesting that his life was "better in Italy".
The Uruguayan joined the Gunners last summer for £ 26m of the Series A on the Sampdoria side, but his last remarks led to a quick return to the Italian top flight.
Torreira has been a mainstay in midfield since Unai Emery took the lead alongside Granit Xhaka, but a director who says goodbye to him after just one season.
Lucas Torreira has questioned his future of Arsenal by suggesting that he prefers life in Italy
Torreira told Uruguayan outlet Ovacion : & # 39; I don't know if there are many things that I like (in England). I think it was better in Italy. England is a totally different world, a very large country.
& # 39; The language (barrier) has stopped me from communicating with my teammates and with the people. It is very difficult if you cannot have a dialogue. & # 39;
He made over 50 appearances this season when Arsenal endured a tough campaign that ended them with a 4-1 defeat to London's rivals Chelsea in the Europa League final.
Torreira has been a mainstay this season and has made 50 appearances in all competitions
That defeat caused the club to once again miss the Champions League football while Emery continues to rebuild it.
The importance of AC Milan is supposed to stem from the fact that Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo is probably the successor to Gennaro Gattuso who is in charge of the San Siro.
Giampaolo developed the game of Torreira in Sampdoria and is supposed to have a reunion with the Uruguayan this summer as part of his revision in Milan.
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