Arsenal striker Lucas Perez was loaned last summer after Arsene Wenger decided that the Spanish international was not needed at the club after arrival of Alexandre Lacazette but the player has returned.
Perhaps more than anybody else at the club, Perez seems to see Emery’s arrival as an opportunity.
Despite some good performances in his season with Arsenal, the striker never got a consistent run of games. He ended up falling out with manager Arsene Wenger as a result.
Perez who at last season had a decent loan spell at Deportivo La Coruna, directly contributing to 17 goals in 37 games despite their relegation. He also created more chances than anyone in La Liga expect Lionel Messi. Maybe there still would’ve been no way back under Wenger, but under Emery might different story.
It’s seems the Spaniard wants to take advantage of Danny Welbeck’s participation at the World Cup, winning a spot in the team as a wide-forward in the Englishman’s absence. Let’s see what he can do in the warm-up matches.
It is un clear whether the player will get the favour of new manager Unai Emery because it seems the player doesn’t want to leave the Emirates Stadium this summer because he is agent said they aren’t viewing any offers.