Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette has reportedly decided to seek new pastures in the upcoming summer transfer market.
The Ex-Lyon Star has seen his future persistently called into question over the past year, despite leading the way in terms of goals for the Gunners with eleven goals in all competitions this campaign.
The France International bagged Arsenal's' 2nd from the penalty spot in Sunday's 3-1 victory at the Foxes, but he has struggled for appearances of late over his fellow teammate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
As a result, football.london reports that the Frenchman is set to end his 4-year stint with Arsenal this summer, with his existing deal set to expire in less than eighteen months' time.
Atletico Madrid have been credited with a swoop for the Gunners man, while French Side, Monaco have also been tipped to bring Alexandre Lacazette back to his country for the 2021-22 season.
Lacazette boasts 9 goals in the current Premier League season and has amassed 59 goals in 157 outings for Arsenal since his 2017 arrival, as well as winning 1 English FA Cup with the London outfit.
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