Lucas Torreira has signed for Arsenal.
Unai Emery was appointed as Arsenal's new manager in May and he has now signed five players with Matteo Guendouzi being the latest player to join the new hierarchy at the Emirates Stadium. "A midfielder with great quality, I have enjoyed watching his performances for Sampdoria in the past two seasons, and we all saw him do very well for Uruguay in the World Cup". I hope I can do great things here.
The pendulum of power in North London has shifted over the past two seasons with Tottenham landing consecutive top four spots at the expense of Arsenal.
He can play as a defensive or central midfielder and it is an area that Arsenal have needed to improve upon for a few seasons, and he could partner fellow new signing Torreira in that area. "He is a talented young player and a lot of clubs were interested in him". I want to establish myself here, which would be unbelievable.
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"I feel calm", Torreira said in his first interview with the club's media team.
"It's a very positive thing that people want to welcome me". Ozil recently switched to number 10.
When asked about the flight-tracking supporters, the World Cup quarter-finalist told Arsenal's official website: "No, I didn't know about it, but I am here and I will see them all soon".
With goalkeeper Bernd Leno and defenders Sokratis Papastathopoulos and Stephan Lichtsteiner also snapped up this summer, Emery has very quickly addressed the areas of weakness pinpointed by fans and pundits alike for years now.