Not for the first time in recent months, it’s claimed Alexandre Lacazette is being offered to other clubs.

The striker’s contract with Arsenal expires at the end of June, and Inter Live report, in an exclusive, that he’s recently been offered to Inter Milan.

Any deal would be for the summer, with the Frenchman then able to move as a free agent.

There’s no clarity on whether the Serie A club are keen, just that he ‘has been proposed’ to them. The report suggests there would be concern about the player’s age, given he turns 31-years-of-age before the end of his Arsenal deal.

On top of that, even if Inter were keen, it’s made clear Lacazette would have to take a pay cut on what he’s now earning at the Gunners. However, Italy’s advantageous tax laws could mean that he’d end up taking more money home anyway.

Lacazette has made 16 appearances for Mikel Arteta’s side so far this season, scoring four goals and adding three assists.

Repeat claims of the player being offered to clubs make it clear that agents are at work trying to secure a future contract beyond the end of his stay in London.