According to the report from ESPN Argentina, which was quoted by Goal, Arsenal football club of England loan star Lucas Torreira has revealed that he doesn't want to play in Europe anymore, and he'll be ready to make a return to his continent, in order to move closer to his family.
The Uruguayan star who joined Arsenal football club two seasons ago following his outstanding performance for his country during 2018 FIFA world cup in Russia, has not been getting it right, and he has revealed that he'll be very ready to return to his continent.
It was reported on Thursday afternoon that the Uruguayan lost his mother to Coronavirus, and that has made him to be down emotionally, and he is now hoping to move closer to his family in South America.
Lucas Torreira enjoyed his first season at the Emirates Stadium, but he fell behind pecking order in the following season under coach Mikel Arteta, and his lack of playing time made him to be loaned to Diego Simeone's Atlético Madrid in Spain.
The winger has also been struggling with playing time in Spain, as he has only managed to make a very few appearances (15) in all competitions for the Spanish Laliga Santander giants this season, and he has now made it known that he'll be excited to move to Boca Junior in order to be close to his family.
ESPN Argentina was quoted by Goal.com with the caption of;
"Lucas Torreira has been struggling emotionally after his mother died of Covid-19
The Arsenal loanee (at Atlético Madrid) hopes to move closer to his grieving family.
"I don’t want to play in Europe anymore, I want to play for Boca Junior in Argentina.”
Both Arsenal and Atlético Madrid are now expected to hold a meeting with the Uruguayan star very soon in order to make a decision about his future.
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