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Arsenal transfer news: PSG are favourites to sign Alexandre Lacazette as striker’s future is in doubt

ALEXANDRE LACAZETTE'S Arsenal future is in doubt with his current deal expiring in 2022.

And if the Frenchman is to leave Arsenal, PSG are the bookies' favourites to snap up the forward.

PSG are standout frontrunners at 2/1 to sign the striker, with the Ligue 1 giants currently at risk of losing Kylian Mbappe this summer.

His former side Lyon are second favourites to be his next club at 7/2.

Lacazette progressed through Lyon's academy before making over 200 appearances for his hometown club.

The two Ligue 1 clubs lead the likes of Atletico Madrid, Monaco and Roma in Betfair's market.

Lacazette's next club odds - Betfair

Betfair Spokesperson, Sam Rosbottom said: “With Lacazette's contract expiring next year, the possibility of him leaving Arsenal is becoming more likely.

"We make PSG the favourites at 2/1 to be the Frenchman’s next club, while Lyon are 7/2 and Atletico Madrid are 5/1.”

Lacazette has shone for the Gunners this season, scoring vital goals against Slavia Prague, Sheffield United, West Ham and Spurs in recent weeks.

But the 29-year-old has said there are many factors regarding his future at Arsenal as he is yet to

He said: "My plan is to win a trophy with the club this season and it would be easy for me to pretend to have a contract extension.

"Everything is not only on my side, there is also the club, the manager. There are different things we have to think about."


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