Arsenal To Cash In As Italian Giants Show Interest In Midfielder In Final Year Of Contract
There’s no real leverage for a selling club when it comes to a player who’s clearly not in the manager’s plan and they’ve entered the final year of their contract, so the best option is simply to take what you can and move on.
Lucas Torreira arrived at Arsenal with plenty of promise as a gritty midfielder who would bring aggression and quality to the team, but he couldn’t replicate his Serie A form and a loan move to Atletico Madrid didn’t work out either.
He did impress in Italy last season with a loan move to Fiorentina, and the Evening Standard are now reporting that a return to Serie A is the most likely outcome for the Uruguayan star.
Italian Serie A: Luca Toni welcomes Lukaku back to Inter Milan from Chelsea
Former Bayern Munich striker, Luca Toni, has welcomed Chelsea star, Romelu Lukaku, back to Inter Milan.Toni believes Lukaku could see his wish to return to Italy fulfilled in the summer.Lukaku had expressed his desire to return to Inter Milan in a controversial interview with Sky Italia in December last year.The Belgium international joined Inter Milan in the summer of 2019 and led them to win the 2020/2021 Scudetto under Antonio Conte, scoring 24 goals in the Itali...
Destiny Udogie dismisses Super Eagles, saying, "I feel more Italian."
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Paul Pogba latest: Midfielder receives £8m a year offer as preferred option for departing Man Utd man emerges
As the sands of time ebb away on his six-year stay at Manchester United, Paul Pogba is reportedly on the verge of securing a move to Italy.The World Cup champion, who cost United a club-record £89.3 million, is out of contract on June 30 and can join any team he wants. His time at Old Trafford, though, will not be fondly remembered, as he struggled to find his best form.Indeed, he will seek to restart his career by separating himself from the Red Devils.As such, a n...
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