Arsenal identify Alexandre Lacazette solution as Gunners handed major Renato Sanches incentive


Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Tuesday, November 23.

Arsenal identify Lacazette replacement

According to the Mirror, via the Hard Tackle, there’s now increased competition for Karim Adeyemi’s signature, with Arsenal emerging as the latest club to be interested in a move for the Red Bull Salzburg forward.

However, the north London outfit may need to be patient with their approach, as Salzburg’s president has hinted that the 19-year-old is not expected to move on until the end of the season.

Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are expected to leave the Emirates at the end of the season and Adeyemi is an ideal forward replacement.



Germany striker Karim Adeyemi has been linked with a transfer to Arsenal. (Photo by Mario Hommes/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)
Germany striker Karim Adeyemi has been linked with a transfer to Arsenal. (Photo by Mario Hommes/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Gunners handed major Sanches incentive

Renato Sanches has admitted that he is ready to leave Lille and start a fresh challenge.

The Portuguese star has been linked with a move to Arsenal and AC Milan lately, and it seems as though he’s willing to relocate as soon as possible.

“Who is interested in me? Maybe Milan and Arsenal are interested, but I don’t know. I talked to my agent, I know which clubs are calling and which are not, but now I can’t tell. But I know I’m ready. If it happens, I’ll see what’s best for me,” he told L’Equipe, via MilanNews.

“Milan? It’s a great club, a historic club. The class. I like it. I was supposed to go to Barcelona in the summer, then my injury blew everything up. Leave in January? I know I’m ready. If an offer comes in.”

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What Henry said about Lyon vs Marseille incident

Thierry Henry believes that the worrying incident that took place in the first few minutes of Lyon’s game with Marseille on Sunday evening will have damaging ‘repercussions’ for French football.

On-loan Arsenal duo William Saliba and Matteo Guendouzi were among the group of players withdrawn as a Ligue 1 clash between the two sides was halted and later suspended.

The referee elected to take both sets of players off the pitch only five minutes into the clash at the Groupama Stadium as a missile, which appeared to be a bottle full of water, hit former West Ham man Dimitri Payet as he attempted to take a corner.

It’s something that will damage the reputation of football in France, at least according to Gunners legend, Henry.

“What is damaging is that it will have repercussions,” he said on Amazon Prime Video, via 90min. “In England, for example, it will be seen. A match interrupted by imbeciles. It’s a shame because it puts a strain on our beautiful league.”

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