Lucas Torreira fee AGREED as Gunners close in on signing

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Arsenal are in talks to sign Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira from Serie A side Sampdoria.

While talks are ongoing between the clubs its understood that no agreement has been reached yet between the two sides, with Torreira now with his country ahead of the World Cup.

Reports in Uruguay also claim that Torreira's agent Pablo Bentancur is travelling to Russian Federation to finalise the contract with the midfielder.

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The Uruguayan reports add that the national team have given permission for the 22-year-old to leave their camp to sort out a deal before their World Cup opener against Egypt.

It is understood that there is ongoing contact between the clubs and that the deal will hinge on the structure of the payments, with Arsenal ready to spend in excess of £25 million if the fee is spread over several years.

Arsenal fans have reacted excitedly to news of the possible transfer on social media, with one fan going so far as to describe Torreira as a mixture of N'Golo Kante and Andres Iniesta.

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If Arsenal get the deal over the line, as expected, Torreira will join Stephan Lichsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos - whose switch will be officially confirmed in July - in signing for Arsenal this summer.

The Gunners finished in sixth spot in the Premier League table last term to miss out on a Champions League spot for the second successive campaign.

Arsenal are set to announce the arrival of goalkeeper Bernd Leno in the coming days.

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