By Harvey Byrne
Former midfielder Don Hutchison has told that he believes Lyon’s goal machine Alexandre Lacazette would be great for either of Liverpool, Everton, or Arsenal.
The 26-year-old striker has been linked with a move away from the club he has been a part of since 2003 after he announced his intentions to leave the club in May.
This saw La Liga side Atletico Madrid make a move, but Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has since confirmed that a deal with the Spanish capital club has fallen through.
Now, Hutchison, who played for both the Toffees and the Reds during his playing days has told on his personal Twitter account on Friday that he believes Lacazette would be a great purchase for either Merseyside club.
Lacazette has bagged a very impressive 129 goals in 275 appearances in total for Lyon after making his debut in 2010 against Auxerre aged 19.
Last season alone he scored a stunning 37 goals in 45 matches in all competitions and was key to helping the French club achieve a fourth placed finish.
Liverpool, meanwhile finished with attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho as their top scorer last season with 14 strikes, while Everton boasted the impressive Romelu Lukaku, who scored 26 goals, but behind him was Ross Barkley with just six.
In other Liverpool transfer news, the Reds have been installed second favourites to sign this Bayern Munich first teamer.