- What is Torreiras future at Fiorentina?
- Why are Roma and Roma now monitoring Torreiras situation?
- What has happened to Eduardo Torreira?
- Is Lucas Torreira moving from Arsenal to Roma this summer?
- Is Torreira’s Arsenal deal off the cards?
- Could Torreira prove himself in Europe with Roma move?
- Is Torreira’s future at Arsenal over?
- Where do Roma and travellers experience their fundamental rights?
- Who is the target audience for the Roma and Traveller survey?
What is Torreiras future at Fiorentina?
Torreira has made it clear that his preference is to return to Fiorentina on a permanent deal having established himself as a key part of their midfield last season.
Why are Roma and Roma now monitoring Torreiras situation?
But with Fiorentina unable to reach an agreement with Arsenal, Mourinho and Roma are now monitoring Torreira’s situation. ‘I spoke with Mourinho some time ago,’ Torreira told El Pais.
What has happened to Eduardo Torreira?
The 26-year-old Uruguayan has not featured for the Gunners since the 2019/20 campaign as he has spent the last two seasons on loan at Atletico Madrid and Fiorentina. Both Torreira and Fiorentina appeared keen to make the loan permanent, but the Serie A side failed to meet Arsenals £12.5million asking price.
Is Lucas Torreira moving from Arsenal to Roma this summer?
Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira has revealed that he has spoken to Jose Mourinho about a potential transfer to Roma this summer. The Uruguayan lost his place in the Gunners’ plans a while ago, with manager Mikel Arteta setting his own pathway for his midfield. Indeed, Torreira has spent the last two seasons out on loan.
Is Torreira’s Arsenal deal off the cards?
And despite Torreira’s more recent spell away from Arsenal at Fiorentina proving better, a permanent deal there looks off the cards. Following a failed offer from the Serie A side, the midfielder spoke out against those – in his view – “acting in a bad way” to force the transfer to collapse.
Could Torreira prove himself in Europe with Roma move?
Roma will feature in next season’s Europa League. Torreira would therefore have a chance to prove himself in Europe if he moves to the Italian capital.
It provides the first comparable data on how Roma and Travellers experience their fundamental rights across Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom. See our methodology Q&A for more information on how FRA carried out the survey. What does FRA recommend to improve the situation of Roma and Travellers?
Who is the target audience for the Roma and Traveller survey?