Arsenal midfielder gives a new update on his future as he discloses his 'dream' transfer.

The Gunners midfielder spent the 2020/21 season on loan at Atletico Madrid, and he might push for a permanent transfer this summer.

Arsenal midfielder gives a new update on his future as he discloses his 'dream' transfer.

Lucas Torreira, an Arsenal midfielder, has confirmed that he would consider a possible move away from north London this summer.

After falling out of favour with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, the Uruguayan midfielder spent the whole 2020/21 season on loan at Spanish heavyweights Atletico Madrid.
He appears to be out of a job at Emirates, with reports linking the 25-year-old with a summer transfer to Argentine giants Boca Juniors.

While Torreira has stated that he intends to honour his current Arsenal contract, he has also stated that discussions about his future job have been arranged.
He stated, " "I have a two-year deal with Arsenal, but I'm going to speak with my agent about my options after the Copa America.

"I'm not ruling out any possibilities; certainly, I want to feel significant, but for now, the national team is the most essential thing."

I'll be straightforward. I've always wanted to play for Boca Juniors, but this is not the moment. I'm still under contract with Arsenal and have two years remaining on my deal.

“I'm not ruling out the possibility of staying at Atleti."
Torreira would bring a La Liga winners' medal with him if he returned to Arsenal, having won the Spanish top flight with Atletico Madrid.

During the season, the midfielder made 26 appearances for Diego Simeone's side, scoring one goal.
Despite winning a medal throughout the season, the former Sampdoria man saw little action in the last months of the campaign, not appearing in any of Atleti's last five league games.

Torreira, who has previously shown interest in returning to Argentina following the death of his mother, joined Arsenal for £27 million from Sampdoria in the summer of 2018, signing a five-year contract.

He has made 89 appearances for Arsenal and helped them win the FA Cup last season.