Arsenal had brought in Lacazette from Lyon on a fee worth £54m. And the Frenchman has struggled to convince both Unai and Arteta of his abilities. Which had left the club with no option than not to offer him any contract extension.
Considering that his current deal is set to expire on June next year. And the 30 year old is on a relatively good pay of a whooping £180,000 per week wages. With interest from both Juventus, Newcastle, Atletico Madrid and others.
Possibly he's focused on trading his football away from Emirates Stadium. As per the Sunspot, "I never had any doubts that Laca would continue to give us anything. Big players running down their contracts is happening more than probably ever before.
But there are no plans for Laca to leave us in January. "Confirmed the Spaniard in his press conference. Arsenal prepare to face Aston Villa tonight in a tough encounter. Considering that the visitors have won three times consecutively.
Against the red side of London and Mikel is aware of these and looks forward to end that run. Gunners are just ahead of Dean Smith side with one point which means a defeat will see Villa go past red's on the table.
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