Alexandre Lacazette has revealed that his agents are assessing his options ahead of the January transfer window, with the Frenchman considering leaving Arsenal.
The 30-year-old only has little over six months left to run on his contract at the Emirates Stadium, meaning that, as it stands, he will be free to negotiate with foreign clubs at the start of 2022.
Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Newcastle United and AC Milan are among a number of teams to be credited with an interest in the experienced forward.
Lacazette has now admitted that he is considering leaving the Emirates Stadium, although he is not prepared to make any decision on his future until January.
“My agents are starting to look to the right and to the left. There are still many questions, I prefer to wait until January to position myself,” Lacazette told Telefoot.
Lacazette has scored 68 goals and registered 29 assists in 180 appearances for Arsenal since making the move to the club from Lyon in July 2017.
This season, the forward has featured on 10 occasions in all competitions, contributing three goals and one assist, although he has managed just one strike in seven Premier League outings.