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REPORTS: Arsenal forward Lacazette could be offered a new contract after a good run of form

Arsenal football club were undoubtedly one of the few active Premier League clubs during the summer transfer window before it was shut in September.

The North London club remain hellbent on competing with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea for more trophies this season and have splashed the cash to improve their squad.

Arsenal completed the signings of Nuno Tavares, Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Martin Odegaard to strengthen their squad for the season.

However, that has not quite worked out well so far as the Gunners are currently sitted in 12th position on the Premier League table after taking up 11 points from their opening eight matches.

Despite their poor start to the season, Arsenal remain keen on rewarding their star players with new contracts, and if reports are anything to go by then Alexandre Lacazette could be the next on the list.

The 30-year-old France International, who joined Arsenal after leaving Ligue 1 side Lyon in 2017 has been an important member of the first-team squad since he made the move.

The experienced centre-forward had an interesting 2020/2021 season where he scored 17 goals and registered three assists in 43 appearances in all competitions.

Alexandre Lacazette has also enjoyed a bright start to the 2021/2022 season and has scored four goals and recorded one assist in 11 appearances in all competitions.

Do remember that the veteran striker has less than a year left on his current contract at the Emirates Stadium and according to reports from The Sun, he could now be offered a new contract.

It is believed that Alexandre Lacazette's impressive current form has caught the eye of Arsenal board and they are now keen on keeping him beyond the end of the season.

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