Diego Simeone has just conveyed his Lucas Torreira decision in the midst of discuss Thomas Partey trade.
Atletico Madrid supervisor Diego Simeone is apparently quick to sign Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira this summer.
As per Sport 890 – a distribution in Uruguay – the Argentine strategist has reached the Gunners star by and by and revealed to him that he needs to sign him before the late spring move window closes one month from now.
In addition, journalist Sebas Giovanelli hints that Torreira could be enticed by a transition to Atletico and that is in spite of looking set for a re-visitation of Italy in the midst of connections to Torino and Fiorentina.
What’s more, with Thomas Partey on Arsenal’s radar, some fans are proposing a trade bargain that would suit all gatherings.
It is not yet clear if such an exchange occurs, however it could be second time fortunate for Simeone and Atletico with regards to attempting to draw Torreira to the Spanish capital.
In front of the 2018 winter move window – a couple of months before the midfielder joined Arsenal – he was being tipped to seal a transition to Atletico, however his then-club Sampdoria denied such gossipy tidbits.
“There is no reality in these gossipy tidbits, we have not addressed anybody what’s more it is too soon to do so right now,” the club’s Sporting Director Daniele Prade said – as per Semprinter.com.
“As our President Massimo Ferrero has just said we would prefer not to sell anybody in January, except if there are a few players that are despondent or not getting a lot of playing time and need to proceed onward, where case we will give a valiant effort to assist them with finding a speedy goal.”
At the time Football Italia, guaranteed Atletico would pay a robust €40 million to make sure about Torreira’s administrations.
Nonetheless, he stayed in Italy for the rest of the 2017/18 season and announced enthusiasm from Atletico would propose Simeone is a major aficionado of the 24-year-old.
In any case, will the pair get an opportunity to work with one another?