Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has reportedly made a decision on his future as he runs out of contract.
According to a report from Spanish outlet Fichajes, via Team Talk, Lacazette will reject any proposal of a new contract offer and will leave for free once his current deal expires.
The French striker has recently managed to earn his way back into Mikel Arteta’s starting eleven after a last minute goal against Crystal Palace.
Despite uncertainty surrounding his future in north London, the 30-year-old has been professional and given 100% whenever on the pitch.
In a recent press conference Arteta refused to rule out the possibility of Lacazette extending his stay in north London. “No, anything is possible”. Arteta said.
Lacazette joined Arsenal in 2017 from Lyon for a then record fee of £46.5m, it now appears that the Gunners are likely to lose him for free next summer.