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Pablo Bentancur admitted that the Uruguayan was still interested in returning to Serie A, where he had previously starred in Sampdoria

Lucas Torreira has seen his future in Armory regularly questioned, and Uruguayan agents admit that he returned to Italy still missed.

24-year-old aggressive fighters exchange lives in Serie A with Sampdoria for that in the Premier League during the summer of 2018.

Arsenal made a deal before the World Cup finals took place Russia and saw the South American pay attention to his country.

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A considerable potential seems to have been discovered, with a promise there for Torreira to become a star English.

He had found difficulty in north London at certain times, which led him to enter and exit the starting XI of the Gunners, but there was a glimpse of what he had to offer.

33 further appearances have been taken in all competitions in 2019-20, before injury prematurely struck, with the arrival of Mikel Arteta as a manager who offers clean slate to everyone.

What was said had convinced Torreira that he would be better served living in the future, but his representative claimed welcomed back steps to Italy.

Pablo Bentancur told TuttoMercatoWeb: “Lucas was in a bad mood due to some technical differences, then he recovered. And the injury arrived, fortunately less serious than expected. Today he really recovered, I believe he will become a market man (meaning he will be in high demand when the transfer window opens). “

He added when pressed on whether a deal could be made in the next window: “I have to talk to Arsenal. Players will be happy to return to Italy, but it must be admitted that Arsenal treat him very well and behave great.”

While it remains to be seen whether Torreira will move or not when the next market opens for business, Bentancur feels a number of his compatriots must be sought after by those who are looking to dig for hidden gems.

He added, with football around the world waiting to discover what the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic would be: “Uruguay continues to be the best region in South America for young players.

Manchester City has submitted a project to the government for the development of young soccer players in Uruguay.

“Football in general must be careful. Before money comes from TV, today it is unknown how and whether it will start again.”

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