Depor offer €10m for Lucas Perez

Rufina Vignone
Luglio 25, 2017

Lucas Perez has reportedly told Arsenal he wants to leave after feeling "cheated" by the handing over of his No 9 shirt.

Now, Spanish news outlet La Voz de Galicia has revealed a conversation Perez had last week with Arsenal's transfer negotiator Dick Law, in which he failed to hold back his true thoughts about the club.

"They [Arsenal] are not behaving well with me. The act of taking away my [shirt] number without telling me anything to give to a teammate, that was the last straw for me", Perez was quoted as saying.

The winger started just nine games in all competitions last term and has been tipped to leave the Gunners this summer.

Perez earned just 21 appearances across all competitions for Arsenal last season, and despite majority coming off the bench, he still managed an impressive goal record by finding the net on seven occasions.

"Last year he [Wenger] told me that he understood that I was upset".

"Last year I barely had any opportunities and when I had them I took advantage of them and this season is clearly going to be more of the same".

Depor offer €10m for Lucas Perez

Perez has confirmed rumours that he wants to leave after slamming Arsene Wenger in the Spanish press yesterday.

"I want to leave to play and be happy".

Lacazette's arrival only makes things worse for him, as Alexis Sanchez, Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck are all seemingly ahead of him in the pecking order already too and so his opportunities will certainly be limited again next season if he was to stay.

"I feel like I was tricked". I was not allowed to leave for China but it was promised that I would be playing more and then I had even fewer opportunities.

'But the shirt number is an ugly gesture. It is something the club was not involved in. On the [pre-season tour], Lacazette asked the manager and he agreed to it. "Afterward, they communicated it to us".

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