Facundo Torres spent his first season in MLS with Orlando City with a great performance, which earned him his presence in the Qatar 2022 World Cup with the Uruguay national team.
The former Peñarol has been the protagonist, for some time, of various rumors linking him to a possible departure from the American team, in favor of the mighty English Arsenal.
Transfer expert journalist Fabrizio Romano also expressed it in his account TwitterCrow detection: “Orlando assured me there was a connection with Arsenal, but then I went to the World Cup…we’ll see how it goes.”
In turn, the Uruguayan player added: “I would love to play in Europe. It’s a dream I’ve had since I was a kid.”
Torres was the champion of Uruguay and Peñarol was one of the key figures in this team led by Mauricio Larrera. So much so that his impressive performances led him to jump to the Uruguay national team and to football abroad.
In his first year in the United States, Torres quickly stood out for his great ability, his movement on the field, his ability to combine in offense and his frequent reach on goal.
The doors of football in the old continent begin to open for the talented Uruguayan footballer, as he prepares to start his second year in MLS.
Facundo Torres reveals: “Orlando assured me that there was contact with Arsenal, but then I left for the World Cup… Now we’ll see how it goes,” tells 90min 🇺🇾 #AFC
“I would love to play in Europe,” Torres added. “It’s a dream I’ve had since I was a kid.” pic.twitter.com/8fpKOG4Kab
– Fabrizio Romano January 17, 2023
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