According to El Gol Digital, Spanish side Atletico Madrid are reportedly interested in securing the deal of Arsenal goal scorer Alexander Lacazette this summer, with the Frenchman available for only £15 million.
Diego Simeone is reported to keen to add a striker this summer before the transfer market ends, and the Arsenal star who is currently on sale with the club is on his wishlist, with the Spanish giants reported to be keen to meet the demanded fee to sign the player.
Mikel Arteta is reported to planning life without the French international as he targets Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez this summer, which clearly indicates that Lacazette won't be a starting option if the Gunners reach an agreement with the Argentine and Inter Milan.
The 30 year old has less than 12 months remaining on his contract at the Emirates stadium, and if he won't leave this summer then he could be available as a free agent next year when his deal with Arsenal expires.
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