Among the many assessments of Arsenal's performance this season is the fact that they are not scoring as many goals as they should. Some may attribute this flaw to their failure to sign a reputable striker during the summer transfer window to cap off their £156 million summer transfer business.
With the striking position set to be a source of concern, reputable strikers such as Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Youssef En Yesri, and Ollie Watkins have been linked with a move to Arsenal in the upcoming transfer windows, leaving many wondering what the future holds for Alexander Lacazette's
If you watched the Crystal Palace game, you might have noticed Lacazette's passion after his last-minute strike, which earned Arsenal a point against a determined Crystal Palace. In his post-match press conference, Arteta praised Lacazette and hinted at what the future might hold for him at Arsenal. Here's what Arteta had to say about Lacazette: "Well, we have him! He’s our player, and he shows real commitment, so I’m not thinking about anything. I’m thinking about how to get the best out of him, and tonight he showed a real big moment and how much he cares about the team."
Could Lacazette's brief but impressive cameo against Crystal Palace earn him much-needed league game time, and could he end up earning a new Arsenal contract with his current contract set to expire in 2022? Please leave your thoughts in the section below.
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