Published: Mon, July 09, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Sevilla want £31m for Tottenham and Arsenal target Steven N'Zonzi

Sevilla want £31m for Tottenham and Arsenal target Steven N'Zonzi

ARSENAL are being linked with a move for Sampdoria star Lucas Torreira - but how would he fit in at the Emirates?

Lucas Torreira's father has described his son's impending move to Arsenal as "scary", but insists the midfielder has a good support system in place, according to reports in the Daily Mail.

Writing on his official Twitter account, Ornstein confirmed that the Gunners are optimistic of sealing the move in the upcoming week with Uruguay no longer participating at the summer World Cup. He has been likened to N'Golo Kante and should fit in with Emery's hard-pressing style of play.

The midfielder flew-out to Russian Federation with the Uruguay squad without resolving his future but Football London claim Arsenal agreed a £26.5m deal with Sampdoria and have already settled on terms over a four-year contract.

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His arrival will finish off Arsenal's major recruitment this summer, although they are expected to bring in another younger player before the transfer window closes on 9 August.

Torreira was a key part of the South-American team who were knocked out by France on Friday.

The 2018/19 season is of course the first season for 22 years where Arsene Wenger will not be in the dugout for the Gunners, with Unai Emery the man charged with replacing him.

Elsewhere, the Gunners look set to miss out on the signing of Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega, reports Marca. According to Le 10 Sport in France, West Ham and Everton are also keen on the French midfielder, who is preparing for a World Cup semi-final against Belgium this week.

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