Lyon president Jean Michel-Aulas has claimed that Arsenal “will not come back” with a new offer for Alexandre Lacazette.
The French striker, who has plundered 48 Ligue 1 goals in the last two seasons, has emerged as a serious target for the Gunners in recent months.
However, Aulas has told L’Equipe that there has not been a renewed approach from the Premier League club, and that he’s sure that won’t change before the close of the transfer window:
“Arsenal have not come back [with another offer] and they will not come back,
“No one will leave OL, except for Rachid Ghezzal if he has an offer, which I doubt.”
Lacazette is considered to be one of the most dangerous strikers in his homeland, and has long been tipped for a move away to one of Europe’s other major leagues.
Despite his talents, the 25-year-old was not a part of Les Bleus’ EURO 2016 set-up.