Torreira's father Ricardo, a football journalist who is in Russian Federation for the tournament, told Uruguayan TV station Teledoce a move to the capital would be daunting.
Lucas Torreira is set to arrive to arrive from Sampdoria to add some much needed bite to the Arsenal midfield and it could be that Gomes is given the chance to resurrect his career alongside him.
"The truth is that we don't want to think about that yet because we are getting frightened", he said.
"But there's a whole programme being built around Lucas, where people are going to accompany him".
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"It's all unusual because we come from a town of 25,000 inhabitants and, to leap into this world, everything is different, everything is hard".
Ricardo Torreira told Uruguayan television channel Teledoce that despite some South American players faltering and failing to acclimatise to football in England's top-tier, he will be doing his very best to ensure his son thrives on English soil. So many things can change.
Arsenal will hope Torreira's stock can rise like that of worldwide team-mate Rodrigo Bentancur, another promising midfielder who impressed in his maiden season at Juventus last term.
Lozano played a starring role for Mexico at the World Cup finals to help them through the group stages before their defeat to Brazil in the last-16 knockouts and his displays have seemingly caught the eye of Arsenal.