Alexandre Lacazette has no plans to confront Arsene Wenger over his omission from the Arsenal starting XI against Manchester City at the weekend. And according to the Frenchman's agent, the £52million striker is happy with his start to life at the Emirates. Wenger’s decision to start with Lacazette on the bench at the Etihad - as he did during the 4-0 thrashing by Liverpool in August - has been widely criticised. BBC pundit Alan Shearer suggested after the 3-1 defeat that Lacazette should confront Gunners’ boss Wenger, having come off the bench and scored. Ex-Arsenal striker Ian Wright added that he had sympathy with the player, who has not played a full 90 minutes since the opening day win over Leicester.
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has no plans to confront Arsene Wenger over Manchester City omission
Daily Mirror | Nov 8