French club Lyon have announced that senior striker Alexandre Lacazette will return to the squad after a five-year contract with Arsenal.
According to the club, Lacazette joined the London club, whose contract expired on June 30, 2025.
According to Lyon, who finished eighth in the French Football League last season, Lacazette’s return is “a priority for many months … to breathe new life into the club.”
The 31-year-old former international striker went to the North London club in 2017 for 60 60 million, including a bonus.
He played in 206 games for the “Gunners” team, including 36 games last season, including 71 goals last season, including 6 goals and 8 assists.
With Arsenal, Lacazette won the FA Cup in 2020 and the Community Shield in 2017, finishing second in the European League “Europa League” in 2019 without winning the Champions League, and was named the Club’s Player of the Year. 2018-2019 season.
He defended the “Rooster” national team in 16 matches, during which time he scored 3 goals between 2013 and 2017.
Born in Lyon, Lacazette joined Al-Madinah, which he joined in 2003, and started as an expert with them during the tenure of coach Claude Poole in 2010, scoring a total of 129 goals in 275 appearances.
On January 9, 2016, Lacazette replaced the old State de Kerline in his new home at Lyon’s first match at Crobama Stadium (Lyon beat Troy 4-1).
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