The gunners signed Alexandre Lacazette in the 2017 summer transfer window on a then Arsenal record fee but the French international had a disappointing first season at the Emirates Stadium and current reports suggest that he is open to a move away from the North London club.
Alexandre Lacazette has however been benched in Arsenal’s first three matches into the new season because Unai Emery has said that he doesn’t prefer playing two forwards at the same time so it’s now reported by Le10Sport that the striker is considering a move away from the Emirates Stadium before the European transfer window closes.
It is claimed that Alexandre Lacazette is frustrated with Unai Emery for always benching him in the matches which the gunners have so far played, so he will try to make a last-minute move to a new club because he wants to be playing regularly and it seems Unai Emery can’t offer that because he has confirmed that he won’t use a formation which accommodates two forwards.
This will come as a big surprise to Arsenal fans because Alexandre Lacazette has never made any public comment on his future because he still has some years remaining on his current deal at the Emirates Stadium, but they will be surprised if the Frenchman leaves because they have had huge hopes in him ever since he arrived at the club last year.
This reports comes after Alexandre Lacazette said that he doesn’t tell Unai Emery to play him along Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, even though the manager himself knows that they are better together. Arsenal manager Unai Emery will likely be asked to make a comment on the transfer rumours linking Alexandre Lacazette away from the Emirates Stadium in his next press conference.