Arsenal To Pay Over Three Years For Lucas Torreira

Arsenal To Pay Over Three Years For Lucas Torreira

Torreira has a release clause set at €25m in his contract, but to avoid paying a big fee all in one go, Arsenal are prepared to pay €5m more. The 26-year-old has also been capped by the German national team but was surprisingly left out of Joachim Low's World Cup squad with Manuel Neuer, Andre Ter Stegen, and Kevin Trapp the three keepers selected.

Paris Saint-Germain youngster Yacine Adli is expected to turn down Arsenal after being persuaded by PSG sporting director Antero Henrique to sign a new contract, Goal understands, though talks between the Emirates side and Sampdoria's Lucas Torreira are ongoing.

And according to SportItalia, Arsenal are not prepared to delay the transfer and are ready to send representatives to Uruguay's training camp in Nizhny Novgorod to oversee the medical.

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According to the same story, Arsenal officals and Torreira's agent Pablo Bentancur are jetting out to Russian Federation to negotiate a contract before the World Cup kicks off.

However, the source said talk of a done deal was premature, with Torreira at the World Cup with Uruguay. The Premier League club have offered him a five-year deal and are confident that he will sign it.

Since replacing Arsene Wenger as manager, Unai Emery has already bolstered the defence with the free transfer of Stephan Lichsteiner and a £16 million deal for Borussia Dortmund centre-back Sokratis Papastathopoulos but adding physical presence in midfield is another priority.

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