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Lucas Perez unhappy with lack of playing time at Arsenal

08 May 2017

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According to reports in the Daily Mail, Arsenal striker Lucas Perez looks set to leave the club during the summer.

But he says: "I know I can go to the World Cup - that's what I have to play for". Despite a lack of minutes, Perez has done relatively well with 7 goals to his name, but it would seem much more is expected from him.

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"This season has been hard because I think I've deserved to play more", he is quoted as saying by The Daily Mail. "I'd like more opportunities because I think I deserve them, but I'll have to accept what comes my way".

'This season has been hard because I think I've deserved to play more, ' said the 28-year-old.

It took a while for the Spaniard to get a start in the first team, but he announced himself on the Champions League stage as he scored a hat-trick in Arsenal's 4-1 victory away at Basel in December.

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'People talk about you without knowing you, and that hurts sometimes. I've only kissed the badge at one club and that was Depor's. I never lied or did anything behind their back.I came [to Arsenal] to try and progress.

The 28-year-old, a £17million signing, has started just three games for Arsenal this season in the Premier League and Champions League.

"They could have sold me to other clubs where I would have earned more, but for a smaller transfer fee, and I didn't accept the moves because it was my home. But, if the time comes, and I cannot, and there is an opportunity to leave, the possibility of returning to Deportivo is always there".

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It remains to be seen whether or not Wenger is willing to offer him more assurances next season or if he will welcome the possibility of offloading Perez and looking elsewhere this summer as it promises to be a crucial summer for the north London giants.

Lucas Perez unhappy with lack of playing time at Arsenal