Arsenal determined to offload Alexandre Lacazette?
Arsenal are reportedly determined to sanction the sale of Alexandre Lacazette during the ongoing transfer window.
Lacazette has entered the final year of his deal with the Gunners, and there have been no talks over an extension.
According to Transfer Window Podcast, the north London club are actively working to part ways with the ex-Lyon star.
Lacazette was the club's top scorer last term with 17 goals, but he was in-and-out of the starting line-up for most of the campaign.
The Gunners are looking for £20m for the Frenchman this summer with reported interest from Sevilla and Atletico Madrid.
They are also searching for a replacement. Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has recently emerged as a potential option.
The England international is deemed surplus to requirements by the Blues, and could be sold for a fee of around £40m.
He has also been linked with West Ham United and Aston Villa, but neither are prepared to meet the reported price tag.