Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has admitted he "misses" the Champions League with his future still uncertain.
The 30-year-old Frenchman is out of contract in the summer so as it stands, he will be a free agent. He could yet re-sign with the Gunners but reports have linked him with former club Lyon, who he left in a £46.5million move in 2017.
Since moving to north London Lacazette has not played Champions League football. He and his team-mates are currently trying to qualify for the competition for next season. But he might not be there to reap the rewards if they do.
"I am in discussions with a lot of clubs," Lacazette told Canal Plus. "I am open. I have never cut contact with Lyon since I left.
"I try to return to the club once or twice a year to see the medical staff because we are really close. Lyon know that I am free, they have to come with a proposal."
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However, Lyon currently only have an outside chance of qualifying for Europe's elite competition as they are six points off the Ligue 1 Champions League play-off spot with six games to go.
That places more question marks over Lacazette's next move. He continued: "It’s a bit more complicated.
"I want to play in Europe, it’s been a long time since I played in the Champions League, I’m missing it. It’s a little more complicated. Nothing is impossible in life, but it’s a little more complicated."
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