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    Four clubs want Arsenal’s Lacazette

    According to a recent report from Calciomercato, there are at least four top European clubs hoping to sign Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette.

    While he has been an integral piece of the puzzle at the Emirates for many years now, it seems as if the Gunners are ready and willing to consider the possibility of selling him – perhaps as soon as the January transfer window.

    The four clubs in question are Atletico  Madrid, Barcelona, AC Milan and Newcastle United. The latter would be the only team ready and willing to keep him in the Premier League but based on his style of play, it wouldn’t be at all surprising to see Lacazette test himself outside of English football.

    Every club on the above list would have a place for him and we could see every move happening – outside of the Newcastle idea.

    It’s plausible, thanks to the money involved, but we don’t think he’d leave Arsenal if he did want to remain in England.

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