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ARSENAL deep-lying TORREIRA: "Fitting in wasn't easy"

13.12.2018 15.54 by Claudio Colla  read 663
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Talking to Arsenal official YouTube channel, Uruguayan international deep-lying midfielder Lucas Torreira (22), who joined Gunners last summer, from Sampdoria, stated: "There were a lot of transfer talks last spring, many clubs turned out interested in signing me. But I would have never dared to dream to joining Arsenal. I had some troubles fitting in, in the beginning. Due to language and communication, of course, but also due to the degree of heaviness English football is made of, as well as its timing, and its overall quality. Back when I was playing for Sampdoria, I had to face only two competitions at the same time, while I'm engaged on four different fields here, not including Uruguayan NT".

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