Rodrigo Aguirre has enthused at possible interest from Torino and harbours a desire to test himself alongside Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile.
The 19-year-old Uruguayan was linked with a switch out to Toro last month, whilst he is still reported as subject of a possible bid for the summer.
For the Liverpool Montevideo forward, the opportunity to join Giampiero Ventura’s outfit is one to excite him.
“I’m very happy because my future will be in Italy, or at least I believe so,” Aguirre has told Tuttosport this week.
“The interest from those at Torino flatters me, playing in Turin would be a great honour. I do not know if I will be a granata player, it does not depend on me.
“The Italian League is difficult, it is the most tactical in the world but it does not scare me. Torino play in an entertaining way and I would love to play with them.
“I would like to play next to very good players like Alessio Cerci and Ciro Immobile. I hope someday to be able to train and meet with them, to learn.
“My inspiration is Cavani, but Totti is another to have inspired me.”
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