Arsenal is attempting to sell Alexandre Lacazette ‘aggressively,’ but there are two main roadblocks.
The Gunners are rumored to be interested in Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette.
According to rumours, Arsenal is attempting to sell Alexandre Lacazette ‘aggressively’ this summer season. Lacazette turned 30 in May and is in the final year of his contract with Arsenal. The Gunners are eager to cash in on the Frenchman before he becomes a free agent next season.
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During his first four seasons at Arsenal, Lacazette has never scored more than 20 goals in a single season.
Under Mikel Arteta, he hasn’t always been a regular, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and, to a lesser extent, Eddie Nketiah favored up top.
Lacazette, on the other hand, is one of Arsenal’s highest-paid players, and getting him off the books could be difficult.
Arsenal are struggling to find suitors for Lacazette, according to transfer expert Duncan Castles.
“Another player who they would like to sell and get the salary away but are finding very difficult to sell is Alexandre Lacazette,” Castles said on Reach PLC’s Transfer Window program.
Ian McGarry, Castles’ podcast co-host, supplemented Castles’ allegation with his own information on Lacazette.
According to McGarry, Arsenal is not only having trouble finding a club for Lacazette, but the player is also hesitant to go due to his exorbitant present salaries.
“I’ve been told Lacazette has been extensively promoted across Europe, but there hasn’t been any special interest that suggests Arsenal will be able to unload Lacazette,” McGarry said.
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“Obviously, his age is against him in terms of resale value and also the price that Arsenal would demand, and of course, the deal that Arsenal offered him precludes him from wanting to leave, because he knows he won’t earn the same amount of money elsewhere,” says the source.
Lacazette’s future has been a topic of discussion this summer.
Lacazette will be sold if an acceptable offer is made for him, according to Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth earlier this month.
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