Speaking to Le Progrès, Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette discussed his future at the Ligue 1 club.
“Will I go to the end of my contract? For the moment, honestly, I am thinking about the season. We will see next June what presents itself and what will offer us the best. I prefer to be in deep for the team, to play, to score, and to try to break the records of the legends of the club. I know that I am behind Serge Chiesa. Aside from that, next summer, we will see. Loads of names of great clubs have circulated and that makes me happy. I will have to think. This summer, there were some very interesting offers. But the president, for the good of the club, said no. And I understand that…”
“It might be the opposite in the future. He will understand that an offer could be important for the club. I am happy at Lyon. We will see this summer. For me, to stay next year would not be a bad thing. Aside from that, I am open to everything that could happen outside. I am arriving at an age where you need to take decisions. I see myself coming back to Lyon and being part of the staff. A club like Lyon, that would be great, because it is here where I have done almost all of my career. Where I have grown up, it is my town, I feel good here…”