Despite that, rumours have begun to circulate that Milan are keen on the Uruguay global as they begin to rebuild following the departure of manager Gennaro Gattuso.
Torreira said: "I don't think there are many things I enjoy here in England". "London is a completely different world".
"The language barrier has been a problem, as I've had trouble relating to my teammates and the people around me".
But as Arsenal have no intention of letting the midfielder go just a year after signing him from Sampdoria, the Rossoneri see the deal as a very hard one to do.
While the 23-year-old's apparent struggles with English life are clear, the midfielder did go on the admit that he was willing to continue fighting and learning to adjust to the country and language.
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 is cloudy, you come home in the afternoon and it is cloudy.
"It is odd a little bit, we are accustomed to always having the sun, or nearly always".
I believe there are good reasons to be positive ahead of the new season and while I accept that a lot of my fellow Gooners will disagree with me I hope that they will see the reasoning behind my confidence. 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.