Lucas Torreira: Arsenal set to complete signing of Uruguay midfielder

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The Gunners are close to completing the transfer of Uruguay International midfielder Lucas Torreira in the coming days and wrap up their transfer activity.

Lucas Torreira's father has described his son's impending move to Arsenal as "scary", but insists the midfielder has a good support system in place, according to reports in the Daily Mail.

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Only time will tell whether Torreira will succeed at Arsenal and in the Premier League, yet his showings at the World Cup are certainly promising. Agreed with Sampdoria & 22yo. According to Le 10 Sport in France, West Ham and Everton are also keen on the French midfielder, who is preparing for a World Cup semi-final against Belgium this week.

Either way, pending a medical examination and signing of the real contract, the deal is thought to be done by Arsenal and the player's perspective.

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Discussing his trip to London, he said: "I would have been very happy to be able to return to Uruguay with my teammates, but this is a fantastic opportunity [to join Arsenal] and I do not want to waste it".

The Gunners agreed a £26.4million fee with Sampdoria for Torreira shortly before the start of the World Cup, though opted not to conduct the medical in Russian Federation and instead allowed him to focus exclusively on the tournament.

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The 22-year-old is yet to have a summer break after featuring for Uruguay at the World Cup. Ernesto Valverde has told the Portuguese worldwide he isn't part of his plans for next season after failing to achieve the level required at the Camp Nou. But, he did go on to suggest the Gunners might be in the market for a much younger, future prospect.

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