Lucas Torreira has turned down the opportunity to undergo a medical in Russian Federation ahead of his move to Arsenal.
Arsenal have agreed a €30 million (£26.4m) deal with Sampdoria for Torreira but the transfer has not yet been made official.
"There will be people that will accompany him".
Torreira's father Ricardo, a football journalist who is in Russian Federation for the tournament, told Uruguayan TV station Teledoce a move to the capital would be daunting.
"The truth is it's tough to manage the language, adapt to the [London] society and customs and at the same time not lose ours".
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Emery has already started to rebuild the Gunners squad, bringing in experienced defenders Stephan Lichtsteiner and Sokratis Papastathopoulos, as well as highly rated young goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
'It is as good as a fact that Lucas will join Arsenal, ' Ricardo Torreira told Fox Sports Argentina.
We will wait for the World Cup to end, and after it finishes he will go to England to do the medical.
Chambers was loaned out to Middlesbrough in their ill-fated battle to retain their Premier League status in the 2016/17 campaign and preferred to remain with the Gunners despite Leicester being keen to sign him last summer.
Torreira will hope to have another big impact for Uruguay when they take on France in their World Cup quarter-final on Friday.