Lucas's father Ricardo Torreira:
Lucas doesn’t know Argentina, but he’s a Boca fan as a boy. Obviously it’s the first option for him, but I have already received other calls from Brazilian teams in case Boca does not happen.
Lucas is suffering a lot being alone there in Europe, we’re seeing how we can accompany him this month and a half that he has left until the end of the season. When you lose a person as it happened to us, so dear, you realise that life passes you by elsewhere. If Lucas wants to come to Boca, let him come.
We want to resolve the exit from Arsenal first and then sit down with Boca. If they think it’s convenient that Lucas is the player, they’ll exhaust the resources to reach an agreement. It’s obvious that Boca will have to spend, Arsenal will want something in return, although it’s not that Lucas is going to lose value by coming to Boca.