Arsenal has to do it for a while without Alexandre Lacazette. Tuesday, the top club in England will use the official channels to tell you that the French attacker, who was picked up at Olympique Lyon last summer for the record sum of 53 million euros, has been eliminated for about four to six weeks with a knee injury.
Lacazette has successfully operated on his left knee in London on Tuesday morning and is now entering a rehabilitation process. The rush hour is not yet able to impress under Arsène Wenger, with a total of nine goals for his English employer so far. After the arrival of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on 31 January, which cost 63.5 million euros, Lacazette seems to be satisfied with a reservation roll.
There was a good chance that Lacazette would be in the base against Östersunds FK in the Europa League on Thursday, as Aubameyang is not entitled to play, because he was in the Champions League for Borussia Dortmund earlier this season. Wenger, who insisted on having confidence in Lacazette, can therefore draw a line by the name of the Frenchman for the time being.
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