Arsenal striker, Alexandre Lacazette admits he misses some aspects of life in Ligue 1, with the former Lyon striker claiming there are “more spectators than supporters” in the Premier League.
The France international is into his second season at Emirates Stadium, having completed a £52 million ($69m) move in the summer of 2017.
He has adjusted well to life in England, following a testing debut campaign, with five goals and three assists recorded this term.
The 27-year-old is enjoying his time with the Gunners, but does feel that the atmosphere back in his homeland is better than that he is currently experiencing in north London.
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Lacazette told Le Progres: “I miss Ligue 1’s atmosphere. In England, the fans are more spectators than supporters. There’s a better atmosphere in French stadiums.”
Lacazette made the breakthrough in France with his hometown club Lyon.
He recorded 129 goals in just 275 appearances for the Ligue 1 side before agreeing to take on a new challenge.