Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette was lauded by BBC commentator Gary Lineker after his last-gasp equalizer against Crystal Palace last night. However, Lacazette's chances of getting into the starting lineup are dwindling as the Gabonese international continues to score goals.
At the Emirates, the Frenchman came on as a substitute with 25 minutes remaining and Lineker said he doesn't understand why manager Mikel Arteta doesn't give him more game time.
Lacazette has recently been left out from the lineup for a variety of reasons. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been shifted to a more central position due to the emergence of youngsters like Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe.
The 30-year-contract old's predicament, though, is probably the most essential consideration. His current contract expires at the end of the season, and he might be sold in January, with Sevilla, Atletico Madrid, and AC Milan all rumoured to be interested in signing him.
Please stay tuned for updates.
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