Arsenal unlikely to sell Aubameyang or Lacazette
Arsenal have no plans of offloading either Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang or Alexandre Lacazette this month.
The Gunners are keen on landing a new striker which has led to speculation that one of the senior players could be sold.
Lacazette, who has less than 11 months on his contract, has been linked with an exit, but The Mirror claims that he will stay.
The Gunners are keen on keeping hold of both Aubameyang and Lacazette, but may still pursue a new centre-forward.
For this, they will need to recoup funds. Eddie Nketiah appears certain to head for the exit door in the coming days.
Similar to Lacazette, he has entered the final year of his deal. However, he is deemed surplus to requirements by the club.
Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace have been linked with his services. The Gunners want around £20m for him.
Nketiah is currently on the sidelines with a minor ankle injury. The club have confirmed that he will return to training next month.