Alexandre Lacazette: Arsenal striker set to be 'out for a while' with groin injury

Alexandre Lacazette
No player has scored more goals at home in the Premier League this season than Alexandre Lacazette (five)

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger fears striker Alexandre Lacazette could be "out for a while" after suffering a suspected groin injury in Wednesday's 5-0 win against Huddersfield.

Lacazette, 26, scored the opener but was replaced at half-time by Oliver Giroud.

The France international has scored seven goals for the Gunners since joining from Lyon in July for £46.5m.

"He's definitely out for [Manchester United] this weekend," said Wenger.

"It looked like a groin injury. He could be out for a while."

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