As per reports from Calciomercato.com, the Frenchman could leave the Premier League giants, maybe already this winter and that the Emirates side have given the Rossoneri an opportunity to sign the former Olympique Lyonnais striker.
The France international joined Arsenal in July 2017 and has entered the last year of the five-year contract he signed at the time.
The Frenchman has only played once in the Premier League this campaign and has scored 72 times in 192 competitive games since joining the Londonders.
Lacazette scored 129 goals in 275 appearances with Lyon in his homeland and is capped 16 times by the national team.
The report reveals his salary is currently at €9m a season and Arsenal don’t seem ready to renew with the striker.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic signed a new deal until June 2022 in April, while Olivier Giroud arrived at Milan ahead of 2021-22.
Ante Rebic has stepped up to play as a lone striker for the Rossoneri, when the two veterans have been out recently.
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