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Arsenal verify Lucas Torreira exit to Galatasaray

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Arsenal have confirmed midfielder Lucas Torreira has left the membership to affix Turkish giants Galatasaray on a everlasting deal.

The Uruguayan was a fast hit on the Emirates – as soon as scoring in a north London derby victory over Tottenham – however quickly fell out of Mikel Arteta’s beginning XI and frolicked away at Atletico Madrid and Fiorentina on mortgage.

His exit has now been finalised and he’ll be a part of a Galatasaray outfit who’ve additionally recruited former Napoli ahead Dries Mertens.

Arsenal‘s assertion reads: “Everybody at Arsenal thanks Lucas for his contribution throughout his time with us. We want Lucas and his household the perfect of well being and happiness of their new chapter with Galatasaray.

“The deal is topic to the completion of regulatory processes.”

Galatasaray themselves have revealed Torreira has signed a four-year contract with the membership, with Arsenal receiving €6m as a switch charge.

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They add: An settlement has been reached with skilled soccer participant Lucas Sebastian Torreira Di Pascua and his membership The Arsenal Soccer Membership PLC on the switch of the participant. Accordingly, a switch charge of 6,000,000 Euros can be paid to the previous membership of the participant.

“An settlement has been reached with the participant himself for 4 seasons, ranging from the 2022-2023 soccer season. Accordingly, a internet 2.750.000 Euro seasonal wage can be paid to the participant for every soccer season.”

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