Arsenal agree fee with Galatasaray for Lucas Torreira | Football


Lucas Torreira is lastly set to depart Arsenal (Image: Getty)

Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira is ready to endure a medical with Galatasaray within the subsequent 48 hours forward of finishing a £7.5million transfer to the membership.

The Uruguayan midfielder spent final season on mortgage at Fiorentina and he impressed sufficient for the Italian membership to want to purchase him on a everlasting foundation.

Nonetheless, they couldn’t afford the £12.5m clause in Torreira’s mortgage deal and Galatasaray have provided the combative midfielder larger wages to maneuver to Turkey.

Torreira joined the Gunners in 2018 from Sampdoria for a payment of round £23m and he initially impressed supporters along with his spirited shows.

Nonetheless, he did not discover a common place underneath Unai Emery and he was ostracised underneath Mikel Arteta, who noticed no future for him on the membership.

Torreira has acquired vital curiosity from Spain, with Valencia and Sevilla each excited by signing the midfielder.

Torreira is surplus to necessities underneath Arteta (Image: Getty)

However he needs assured first-team soccer earlier than the World Cup this winter and Galatasaray provide Torreira that chance.

Arsenal have signed Fabio Vieira already this summer time to additional push Torreira down the pecking order on the Emirates.

Mikel Arteta is pushing the membership’s curiosity in Youri Tielemans and he’s assured that the Gunners can win the race for the Belgian.

The 25-year-old has one 12 months to run on his Leicester Metropolis deal and he’s advised the membership he received’t signal an extension to his contract.

Leicester are resigned to dropping the Belgium worldwide and can search to recoup the £30m they paid for him three years in the past.

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