What Alexandre Lacazette did to Pablo Mari and Reiss Nelson after Arsenal training session

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is a man on a mission.

Not like last weekend when he played a key role in helping the Gunners mount a stunning comeback from 3-0 down to earn a point in the London derby against West Ham United.

The Frenchman got Arsenal back into the game towards the end of the first-half with a deflected effort – now being credited as a Tomas Soucek own goal – and made it 3-3 with a header after 82 minutes.

However, his next mission appears to collect what is his from several of his teammates at the Emirates Stadium.

And it is proving to be a difficult task to complete.

With many first-team players away on international duty, those not selected by their respective nations are still reporting for training at the club’s London Colney training base.

Following Wednesday’s session, Lacazette took to social media and revealed that he is owed money by no less than four Arsenal stars.

Now, there’s no indication as to what this is reference to, but it made for hilarious viewing on the Gunners no.9’s Instagram stories.

First up was central defender Pablo Mari as Lacazette asks him where his money is. Although, the Spaniard can be heard debating whether he should pay up.

Alexandre Lacazette was his money from Pablo Mari. (Image: Alexandre Lacazette/ Instagram)

Moments later, the striker turns his attention to Reiss Nelson.

Alexandre Lacazette was his money from Reiss Nelson. (Image: Alexandre Lacazette/ Instagram)

Alexandre Lacazette was his money from Eddie Nketiah too. (Image: Alexandre Lacazette/ Instagram)

The academy graduate is also debating whether he should pay up and that is when Lacazette drags Eddie Nketiah into the conversation.

As the latter is currently away on England U21 duty, Lacazette may have to wait a few more days to receive his payment.

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Lastly, Bukayo Saka was in Lacazette’s sights.

However, the 19-year-old brushed off the question with a smile as he has more important things to focus on – like joining up with the England squad for their World Cup qualifiers.

An ongoing injury is serious enough to keep him out of the Three Lions’ opening World Cup qualifier against San Marino, but it is still hoped that he will be available for the games against Albania and Poland.

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