At least three European giants interested in signing Arsenal ace

Alexandre Lacazette’s future at Arsenal remains unclear, with the Frenchman possibly set to leave the club in the summer.

Lacazette remains a top striker, and he has been an important member of the Arsenal team since he joined the Gunners from Lyon.

However, he has struggled to convince Mikel Arteta that he can make the striker spot on the team his own.

He has been sharing the position with Eddie Nketiah, who only returned from an unsuccessful loan spell in the last transfer window.

The Frenchman has been linked with a move away with some reports even claiming that he might be used in a swap deal for another player.

L’Equipe has disclosed the latest on his future and they claim that at least three European teams are looking to land the striker.

Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid and Juventus were mentioned as the teams who are actively monitoring the striker with a view of making a move for him.

Lacazette hasn’t been consistent with his goal-scoring output this season and Arsenal might feel that it is probably in their best interest to cash in on him now.

The striker has scored 10 goals and provided 4 assists in 32 games for Arteta’s side this season.

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  1. For now, He is not for sale, maybe in the nearest future. We are in the rebuilding stage.

    Thank you

    1. I’ll ship him off myself if I could, end product is too poor.
      I don’t know what you guys see.
      Willock is also an hardworking player, Elneny was an hardworking player.
      I’ll ship off Lacazette and get a real target man who actually knows hold up play and scores once a while

      1. Ok man, if u can’t see the difference in quality between laca and elneny, so there is not point to talk.
        Laca is great and an awesome finisher…he needs confidence, and with performances like the last two games, he is a starter in arsenal and in any top team

      2. His first touch, ability to hold the ball and link up, long range shooter, good jump and his pace. He is not a target man, he is short for a PL number 9 and he is not Aguero type too.
        I would keep if Auba would leave, otherwise, I would ship him out too, only two years left in contract, and it is the optimum time to cash for him.

  2. I’m such a huge fan of Laca, both his personality and style of play.

    However, the conditions all indicate a sale would be the best move. Arsenal’s financial situation, Laca’s poor form, his age, 2 years on his contract…he’s a player I’d love us to keep but the opportunity costs of not using his salary and transfer revenue towards investment in a rebuild are just too high.

  3. laca is on eof those playerw who undoubtedly has talent but whose total goals and assist output falls short of what we ideally need. Provided we keep Auba and now tha Martinelli is tied down and Eddie is fast improving and is a real work hore, I belive we can get better value for LACA WAGES AND OUTGOING TRANSFER FEE ELSEWHERE. CB(as ever , or at least since Sol Campbell left, as my “great great grandfather” remembers, as its THAT long ago since we had a real quality CB)and midfield are where we are short of almost any REAL quality. I am liking Ceballos more and more but he is hardly Iniesta now, is he! As for OZIL, excuse me while I fetch the sickbag!

  4. Players who are not contributing much are not mentioned in transfers. I’m talking about Ozil, Xhaka and Mustafi. Those who are working hard are wanted out of the team. They are Lacazette, Gouendouzi, and Bellerin. Does someone think that Nketiah can replace Lacazette in this coming season?

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