Arsenal players may go when Arsene Wenger does - Alexandre Lacazette
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has said he and his teammates are playing for their futures as manager Arsene Wenger prepares to leave his job after 21 years.
Lacazette, signed from Lyon by Wenger for what was briefly a club record £46.5m, said the players needed to stay focused as they prepare to take on Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
"We want to keep going and be good because we know that a new manager is coming," he said.
"Maybe everything will change. We don't know if everyone can stay in the club."
France international Lacazette has scored seven goals in seven games since returning from injury and said he hoped to follow in some famous Arsenal footsteps against United.
"Since I was young I was dreaming about this kind of game, when Thierry Henry and everybody scored some goals," he said.
"Of course I knew about the rivalry. I remember Sylvain Wiltord's goal in the gold shirt [that won the Premier League title in 2002]. I was a real fan. But now it is for me to play and have a good performance as well.
"It will be hard because I have never been to Old Trafford, but I know every time you go there it is hard."
Meanwhile, Wenger will take at least a month off after the season to reflect on his future before making a decision about his next job.
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