Arsenal star Alexander Lacazette may not be remaining with the club by the time the Premier League campaign is over.
Italian outlet Calciomercato reports that Juventus is closely monitoring the French attacker’s situation with Arsenal, hoping they could sign him at a much lesser price during the winter transfer market.
The 30-year-old Gunners man only has one year left on his existing deal with Arsenal, and it is believed that both parties are coming to terms that Alexandre will leave the club by next year.
The former Lyon forward is yet to win any major trophies since signing for the Emirates Stadium outfit.
Moving to I Bianconeri would put him in a much better position to lift trophies as Arsenal is going through a very difficult period of questionable transfer acquisitions and a youth movement.
As for Juventus, deciding to sell the Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United during the summer transfer market gives the club all the capital they need and wage room to snap up Lacazette.
The Old Lady received €15m to be paid over a period of five seasons, from the Premier League giants and are in a great position to prise Alexandre away from Arsenal this winter.
Other than Massimiliano Allegri’s side, AC Milan, Sevilla and Atletico Madrid are also rumoured to be in the running for him.