The Gunners have the Uruguay global under contract until the summer of 2023.
However, after an initially bright start, the 23-year-old faded somewhat in the second half of the campaign - particularly as Arsenal's own Champions League aspirations went up in smoke.More news: Putin Arrives In Bishkek Ahead Of SCO Summit
According to the same story, Milan are close to appointing Marco Giampaolo as their new manager, and the new boss would be keen on a reunion with Torreira after having worked with him at Sampdoria. I think I was doing better in Italy. England is a very big country. It cost me a lot to learn the language to be able to relate with colleagues and people. His body and mentality will be much stronger next season, the first year was always going to be hard for him but watch him go from August onwards, he will be a better more experienced player I assure you. You go out in the morning and it is cloudy; you arrive late to your home and it is cloudy. Mostly us South Americans are used to having sunny days. I doubt he will persist with players that are not consistent enough like he did last season and he will have a far better understanding of the demands of the English game and just like some of his players he will improve for his first season in charge, he is too experienced and has been too successful not to adapt.
"It meant an terrible lot".
It remains to be seen whether there is any truth to the reports and whether Arsenal would be willing to sell one of their most promising players, who only signed for the club last summer.More news: Boris Johnson launches bid to become UK Prime Minister
The talented young midfielder is now preparing for the Copa America with Uruguay but still found time to speak about his first year on English soil. "There were many more matches", he said.
"But for me, the balance was positive and I am satisfied and happy with what I did in the year".More news: No hidden agenda in F1 stewards' decision, says Brawn