Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette, has said he could leave the club in January, as his agents are actively seeking potential moves away.
Lacazette is into the last few months of his current deal at the Emirates.
The 30-year-old will be free to negotiate with foreign teams from the start of the New Year.
Arsenal were open to selling Lacazette in the summer, while the winter window will be the last chance they have to receive a transfer fee for the player.
“Of course, my agents are starting to look to the right and to the left.
“But not until January, I really want to focus on something.
“And then we will see what is on offer, if the challenges are interesting, if there are beautiful projects, how they are counting on me… so there are still many questions, I prefer to wait until January to position myself,” Lacazette said in an interview with Telefoot.
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