Published: Fri, June 28, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Arsenal fans are furious with Unai Emery’s latest transfer decision: But why?

Arsenal fans are furious with Unai Emery’s latest transfer decision: But why?

Arsenal are not willing to part ways with Torreira and would try their best convincing him to stay put this summer. However, Arsenal has been delivered a big jolt as Lucas Torreira admitted that he wants to move to the Serie A as he prefers playing his football in Italy.

Torreira's agent Oscar Bentencourt has spoken warmly regarding the prospect of Torreira being reunited with his former boss but it seems those comments were exclusively out of respect for the coach who handed the player his opportunity to shine in one of Europe's toughest leagues.

However, the report also admits that AC Milan sees Torreira as a "priority" this summer and will hope to make a compelling move, led by former Arsenal sporting director Ivan Gazidis who is now employed by Milan.

The language has been a major problem for the 23-year-old and he's expressed his concerns regarding his inability to communicate with his teammates and the disadvantages that accompany it.

"I'm happy to be there". "I'm happy to be here at Arsenal".

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The Gunners have already rejected a loan offer with an option to buy from AC Milan for Torreira, who has a contract that runs until 2023 at the Emirates. Adapting was not easy, but I only think about the team.

There are two persistent rumours at this moment in time involving Arsenal, one a player possibly on his way out of the Emirates and one arriving.

But the stumbling block for Milan could be the finances, with Arsenal said to be looking for a fee that is "considerably higher" than their initial investment in order to let Torreira go.

It would keep intact the transfer budget and with the David Ospina sale to Napoli top that budget up by roughly £8 Million and get a defender in.

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