Arsenal's STAR posted a photo accusing teammates of "cutting and slashing" causing injury

 In Arsenal's close 3-2 victory at Watford's Vicarage Road on March 6, helping the "Gunners" occupy the top 4 in the English Premier League from MU, Alexandre Lacazette contributed significantly with 2 passes. help Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli score

However, recently, the French striker has made Arsenal fans worried about the possibility that he will be absent from the match against Leicester City at the Emirates home at 23:30 on the night of March 13 in the 29th round of the English Premier League. Post a remarkable photo on social networks.
Specifically, on the Story section of Instagram's personal page, which attracts more than 3.1 million "followers", Lacazette posted a photo of her left leg being scratched and bleeding with the message "Player of the month. Killer of the Day" and put his teammate Thomas Partey's name next to it.
This led many Arsenal fans to speculate that the Ghanaian central midfielder Partey made an overly aggressive tackle on Lacazette during a recent Arsenal training session which resulted in the French striker picking up an ankle injury. legs and likens Partey to "the killer of the day".

Lacazette implicitly likened his teammate Partey to "the killer of the day" when he injured his ankle on the "Gunners" training ground.
According to Mirror speculation, if Lacazette does not recover from injury this weekend, coach Mikel Arteta will be forced to let young striker Eddie Nketiah replace him in the important match against Leicester City coming.
Lacazette has just three goals in 20 appearances in the Premier League this season and his contract with Arsenal expires at the end of this season. Nketiah is also looking to leave the "Gunners" and the young English striker is being very interested by Crystal Palace. In that context, Arsenal urgently need to find a high-class striker to replace Lacazette next season.
According to Le10Sport (France), Lille striker Jonathan David is the top priority of the North London team this summer. In the 2021/22 season, up to now, the 22-year-old Canadian player has scored 13 goals in Ligue 1, although this season's French tournament still has the presence of world-class strikers like Kylian. Mbappe, Neymar or rookie superstar Lionel Messi.


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