- Alexander Lacazette is staring at an uncertain future at Arsenal despite having an active deal with the club
- Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid are both looking to sign the France international
- The 29-year-old has scored 45 goals since joining the Gunners from Lyon in 2017
France international Alexander Lacazette is reportedly not ready to leave Arsenal for Inter Milan any time soon.
The French striker has been heavily linked with a sensational switch to join the Serie A side as a replacement for Lautaro Martinez who is wanted in Barcelona.
However, UK Mirror citing L'Equipe reveals the striker has no desire to link up with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte in Italy.
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Despite playing an integral role under both Arsene Wenger and Unai Emery, the former Lyon star has significantly fallen out-of-favour at the Emirates, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang preferred in attack.
His situation is now said to be monitored by Inter who face the prospect of losing Lautaro to Barcelona.
But the Italian giants will have to contend with competition from Atletico Madrid who are also looking to snap up the Frenchman from north London.
Atletico were poised to sign Lacazette during his time at Lyon before he resolved to link up with Wenger at Emirates.
Since joining the Gunners in 2017, the France international has found the back of the net 45 times.
And despite facing an uncertain future with Arsenal, it is unlikely Mikel Arteta will let Lacazette leave given he could lose Aubameyang this summer. The 29-year-old is contracted at Arsenal until 2022 when his deal will expire.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is prepared to sell up to three centre-halves when the summer window opens.
Arteta rejoined the Gunners as manager back in December 2019, succeeding Unai Emery who was sacked after registering a string of poor results.
And nearly half-a-year into the job, Arteta is looking to assemble his own squad that fits his philosophy.
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