With three days remaining for the European transfer window, Premier League clubs who have seen their window of bringing in new players closed early have to stop other European sides from signing their top stars.
One club who may have to deal with players leaving, is Arsenal. The Gunners made a couple of new signings this summer, and with a new manager at the helm some star names have failed to make the starting eleven, and are understandably considering their future.
According to Sun Sport, the Gunners’ striker Alexandre Lacazette is considering his future at the Emirates after falling down the pecking order under Unai Emery.
With the Spaniard dismissing the possibility of playing with two strikers earlier in the season, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has been getting the nod to start as the sole striker ahead of the former Olympique Lyonaise man.
The Gabonese attacker has not impressed and he is still looking for his first goals for the Gunners, yet Emery believes he is a better option to Lacazette. Reports from France claims that at least three top European sides are looking to sign him, and he is giving serious considerations to their offers.
Lacazette scored 17 goals for the Gunners last season, and he came on to inspire a 3-1 win over West Ham at the weekend.