Former Arsenal player Alexandre Lacazette, responds to allegations that he had a falling out with Lyon’s management following Arsenal’s departure.
Alexandre Lacazette has denied reports that he had a falling out with Lyon manager Peter Bosz after returning to the Ligue 1 club.
After five years in the Premier League, the striker left Arsenal at the end of last season. signing a free transfer to Lyon, where he played before joining Arsenal in the 2017 summer transfer window.
It’s been an odd start to his second stint at Groupama Stadium, with a wasp attack almost keeping him out of a pre-season game. But on Sunday, hr recovered to score a screamer in a victory over Feyenoord.
According to Foot Mercato, a disagreement occurred in the Lyon dressing room just after Lacazette’s amazing first goal.
It is claimed that the disagreement was over tactics, with Lacazette ignoring Bosz’s instructions to take up a specific position on the pitch. While it wasn’t a “exaggerated” argument, it wasn’t minor either.
However, it appears that the claim is incorrect, as Lacazette responded to it on social media with astonishment. In response to a post announcing the news, the Frenchman replied “Waaaaaw”
Bosz’s team has already made him angry during the preseason after losing to Dutch underdogs Willem II. The Lyon coach consequently criticised his club for their substandard performance and said that there were divisions inside the team.