Report – Italian giants eyeing a move for Lacazette

Juventus has an eye on Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette, as the Frenchman continues to impress.

Despite having a contract that runs out by the end of this season, Lacazette has been one of Arsenal’s finest performers in this new year.

The Frenchman is now the club’s captain after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left in the last transfer window. claims Arsenal is unlikely to get him on a new deal, and he will almost certainly be playing for another club next season.

Juve wants him in their squad, but he is older than the profile of the players they have been trying to sign recently.

However, the report maintains that the Old Lady could make an exception for him and take him to Turin on a free transfer.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Lacazette has shown improved form in recent weeks, and he will help us get back inside the Champions League places.

His form should naturally earn him a new contract, but Arsenal has learnt from handing Mesut Ozil and Aubameyang new deals, and he will probably leave the club on a free transfer instead.

If Juve signs him, he could win some important trophies before he finally hangs up his boots.

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  1. If we can get a better striker then I am okay with Laca leaving. What is making me nervous is that there seems to be no viable strikers out there at the moment.

    The market seems to be lacking high profile strikers at the moment.

    1. They are out there I’m sure Goonster, but finding the right ones will be tricky and I am of the belief that the Club is working on it now, carrying on with what they did leading up to and within the January window.

      Enormous challenge though:
      Are the required players happy where they are and are the Clubs they play for happy with them.
      Are they over performing in a different League in another country or Division within this, could they transfer those performances to the English Premier League.
      What would attract them/their Agent to Arsenal above others if they were potentially available.
      Would their style of play suit the way we play or could they adapt, what type of personality do they have, will they fit in with the team unity that has been built.
      How many do we need?, Auba’s gone, Balogun doesn’t appear to be the right solution for right now, Eddie doesn’t get a start in the League and might leave, Laca is playing his part at the moment but isn’t really the future and he no doubt knows that so will probably want to go.
      Wherever we finish this season we will need players who can hit the ground running at the start of next.

      Difficult, not impossible but very important in the context of where our Club is at the moment

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