Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette will be offered improved terms to stay on at Arsenal, according to a report.
Arsenal are reportedly prepared to hand new and improved deals to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette to persuade the strike pair to stay at the club.
Both players’ futures at the Emirates Stadium have been called into question in recent weeks on the back of a season that saw them score a combined 50 goals in all competitions.
Amid the growing rumoured interest in two of their star men, The Sun reports that Arsenal are primed to offer them both £200,000 a week
Gabonese striker Aubameyang is already close to the £200k barrier in North London, it is claimed, whereas France international Lacazette earns around £180k.
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