Arsenal top target Alexandre Lacazette says he would be happy to leave the Ligue 1 side Lyon if the right offer comes along.
The Gunners previously had a bid in the region of £30-million for Lacazette rejected by the French Ligue 1 club, although they remain interested in signing the striker, according to SkySports.
However, after the French striker scored a hat-trick during his side’s 3-0 victory over Nancy, Lacazette revealed that he would only leave the club if the right offer comes along.
‘If there are offers that can’t be refused, I’d like to not refuse them,’ Lacazette said.
The 25-year-old says he is more than happy to remain at the club if the right offer does not come his way.
‘But I’m very comfortable at Lyon. The proof was there today that I was in the right state of mind,’ he added.
‘I scored three goals – I’m pleased. With my teammates, everything is going well. So for me, all is well.’
Arsene Wenger splashed out £30-million for Granit Xhaka but has failed to add any other big name signings to his squad.
Meanwhile, West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic confirmed that he would not try and sign Lacazette, who has been on the mentor’s top transfer target of the summer.