Amid links with Milan, Torreira did nothing to dampen the exit reports reports but instead increased speculation by admitting that his life was "better in Italy" and that the English language barrier has been a big problem this season.
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"I had trouble with the language, communicating with my team-mates and with the people".
Torreira started great and then faltered badly but for me, that was down to fatigue, he played far more games than he has ever done in a single season and when you add in how much more demanding the Premier League is, it is a wonder he did as well as he did for so long. "It's pretty rough in certain moments when you can't have any dialogue, that's the most important part".
"I had to get used to playing every three days, this is very hard, unfortunately we were not able to qualify directly for the Champions League and we failed in the final of the Europa League".
He also made one assist in 12 Europa League games to help them reach the final, where they lost 4-1 to Chelsea FC. "You go out in the morning and it's cloudy and you get back after training and it's still cloudy. All in all, for me the balance was positive and I am satisfied, satisfied with what I did this season". Mostly us South Americans are used to having sunny days. I think I was doing better in Italy. "But as the years pass, I'm going to be adapting".