Arsenal midfielder Torreira is at present the toast of the Emirates, with the Uruguay worldwide overcoming a tricky begin to actually kick on over
Arsenal midfielder Torreira is at present the toast of the Emirates, with the Uruguay worldwide overcoming a tricky begin to actually kick on over in north London.
The participant impressed in opposition to Manchester United in midweek, simply days after he had discovered the online within the Gunners’ stirring 4-2 victory over Tottenham.
Arsenal followers have been notably excessive in reward for Torreira who, along with his snarling model of play, has already endeared himself to the membership’s supporters.
But the Manchester Night Information say Manchester United boss Mourinho was among the many participant’s admirers earlier than the participant’s transfer to the Premier League.
Round 18 months in the past, the membership confronted off in opposition to Sampdoria in a pre-season pleasant.
The Purple Devils received 2-1 that day, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Juan Mata each discovering the online.
The MEN say that, on that event, Mourinho was impressed by Torreira’s bulldozing show.
Nevertheless, United ended up signing a unique participant this summer season as a substitute.
The Purple Devils selected to signal Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk as a substitute, forking out £52million to safe the companies of the Brazil worldwide.
And that appears to be a serious error with the midfielder struggling to settle over at Outdated Trafford.
In the meantime, Torreira has revealed Arsenal boss Unai Emery has advised him to be extra attacking.
“I’ve the boldness of my team-mates and the coach tells me earlier than each recreation to attempt to get ahead,” Torreira mentioned.
“Clearly after we are out on the pitch we wish to create probabilities to attain.
“Within the earlier match I had hit the put up, going so shut.
“On Sunday [against Tottenham] I acquired fortunate and I’m so joyful about that.”
Torreira may function for Arsenal of their Premier League conflict with Huddersfield in the present day (3pm).