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Arsenal News Report: Wenger’s £50m dream target set to sign deal & West Ham wants Arsenal ace

Ligue 1 giants Lyon are reportedly set to give Alexandre Lacazette a new contract after stories Arsenal could make a new appraoch to sign him.

The North Lodnoners head coach Arsene Wenger was strongly linked with a move for the forward during the summer transfer window and is believed to have failed with at least one bid.

The highly-rated forward has also been linked with a move to Premier League side West Ham United and there is a possibility that Lyon’s resolve could again be examined in January.

But, Lyon want to keep Lacazette as he has scored nine goals in nine games this campaign and their chief Jean Michel Aulas has claimed they want him to remain.

“I would like for us to be able to extend Alexandre’s contract.” The Gunners are right in the thick of the Premier League title race and Wenger could decide to pull out all the stops to land Lacazette when the window re-opens.” – He said.

Meanwhile, The east Londoners West Ham are keeping close tabs on Carl Jenkinson after his return from injury with a possibility to re-signing the Arsenal talent.

His loan spell with West Ham was cut short last season when he sustained a knee ligament injury in January.

However the right-back made his recovery for Arsenal in their EFL Cup victory over Reading last month.

And Slaven Bilic will remain to watch his development with a view to re-signing him at east London.

“Carl’s injury was a real shame. He was doing well at the club and we liked him. Would we have tried to sign him? Probably.” – A West Ham source said.

The Defender admitted lately his time with the Hammers had helped him grow as a player and he still has close mates at the team.

Jenkinson is eager to force his way back into Arsene Wenger’s tactics however has Hector Bellerin ahead of him at the Emirates and may have to think about his future in January.

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