Three teams Lacazette can join when he leaves Arsenal in the summer

Reports have tipped Alexandre Lacazette to leave Arsenal at the end of this season as Mikel Arteta reshapes the team.

The Frenchman has been a fixture in the side since he moved to the Emirates in 2017.

He has, however, played second-fiddle to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for much of his time at the club.

He is now entering the final year of his current deal at the Emirates and this summer will be an important one for him.

With no new contract forthcoming, several reports claim that he will leave the Emirates at the end of this season.

The Frenchman has attracted the attention of top European teams in every transfer window and Football London has now revealed the teams that he may join when he leaves.

The first on the list is Atletico Madrid. The Spanish side has a long-standing interest in his signature and even tried to sign him before he joined Arsenal.

They wanted him again last summer before ending up with Moussa Dembele. They could return for him at the end of this season.

AS Monaco is the second team that he could join after the French side became interested in signing him recently.

They are looking to return to the top of French football and he could help them.

AS Roma is the final team on the list with the report claiming that the reason he didn’t join them in the summer was because of the amount of money he would have cost the Italians.

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  1. This needs to be done early in the window, so that likely only leaves Monaco as a realistic option…those other two options rarely make big money early window moves, which would almost assuredly have a negative trickle-down affect on an incredibly important summer window for us…we can ill-afford to be an 11th hour window shopper again

  2. It will be interesting to see, which club can offer him the wages. The player has to accept the personal terms on offer, otherwise playing time is the only constraint both the selling and buying clubs have to bargain with.

    1. Also taking wages, lifestyle and playing time out of the equation, which club has the greatest chance of success in its respective competitions and Europe for winner’s medals.

  3. He isnt going anywhere.We cant get enough funds from his sale to get a top drawer striker.And seeing as Nketiah hasnt stepped up there is not going to be any movement in the area of strikers.The transfer window is going to be all about a creative midfielder who can play somewhere in the line of three behind the striker and a goal keeper.

  4. What I do know is if we lose, laca, Eddie and balogun in one window, Arteta or Edu must have a plan? Realistically we are only looking at 35m for all 3, so he is going to need to replace wisely as well as cash in on other surplus players.

    Don’t forget we also look likely to lose ceballos and odegaard, so unless he is thinking of bringing back our on loan players as replacements then he needs to spend money there.

  5. Sensible comments Atid.If Lacca goes, as seems likely, I cannot see Arteta selling both Nketiah and Balogun unless he has another quality striker lined up.On the departure of of Ceballos and Odegaard, we will require at least 2 midfielders, as Elneny is merely a back up and there are doubts as to the long term futures of AMN and Joe Willock who has impressed me in his outings for Newcastle.Interesting times ahead.

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