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Re: Time to cash in Torreira
Posted by: SuperRob
Date: 27/06/2019 16:25
Meanwhile, David Ornstein says:
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“There’s one other potential generator of income and that’s been talked about online and in Italy a lot: that’s Lucas Torreira.

“He’s only a year into his stay. Suggestions he might be back to Italy with AC Milan. We’re told contrary to some reports, is not unhappy and Arsenal have no desire to sell him, although every player has their price.

“Milan who he’s been heavily linked with are keen on him, but they are not pursuing him because they have other targets.”

And Lucas Torreira himself says:

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“I don’t know anything about interest from Milan,” he said. “Nobody has called me. I am in the Premier League today and am happy to be part of Arsenal.
“It’s true, it hasn’t been easy adapting, but I am only thinking of the team now.

“I’m happy to be in London.”

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