The president of French football club Lyon has announced he does not think Arsenal will make another bid for his striker Alexandre Lacazette.
Lyon have already rejected a bid from the London club for the 25 year old French international, but speculation that Arsenal are set to come back with an improved £33.7m offer has been rife this week.
Speaking to L'Equipe however, president Jean-Michel Aulas said: "Arsenal have not come back...and they will not come back" adding: "No one will leave OL, except for Rachid Ghezzal if he has an offer, which I doubt."
Lacazette bagged 21 goals in Ligue 1 last season and has been high on Arsene Wenger's shopping list after Jamie Vardy rejected a move to North London. The England striker decided, astonishingly, that he'd rather stay in Leicester.