Should Lacazette start ahead of Aubameyang after the break?
Is Mikel Arteta Taking A Huge Chance By Benching Alexandre Lacazette?
The absence of French striker Alexandre from Mikel Arteta’s starting lineup has been most noticeable throughout the season, and he is rarely called upon from the bench.
Alex appears to have stated that he will not be extending his contract with Arsenal, and it appears that the Arsenal board of directors is hesitant to provide a large contract to a thirty-year-old player.
Is this, however, sufficient grounds for Mikel Arteta to exclude the Frenchman from his plans? Is it why, despite the need for a player with Lacazette’s qualities, he was only handed 18 minutes against Brighton & Hove Albion? Despite the fact that he only had 72 minutes, the striker had a greater influence than Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal requires Alexandre because Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has repeatedly demonstrated that he cannot spearhead the assault with Mikel Arteta’s tactics due to a lack of technical ability and aerial presence.
Mikel Arteta is courting a lot of criticism from the fans if he continues to stick with Pierre Emerick Aubameyang while neglecting Alexandre Lacazette owing to his contractual status.
Is Mikel Arteta willing to take a chance?
Is the Spanish strategist justified in putting Lacazette out in the cold, or does he need to handle the issue better?
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