Lucas Perez joined Arsenal this summer and the player scored his first goal for the Gunners in the 4-0 EFL Cup win against Nottingham Forest last night.
Although the player made a good start at the club, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not happy with his displays. The Gunners manager has always been encouraging to his players and a healthy criticism once in a while is one way to go about it as he stated:
“Of course, a striker is always growing when he scores goals. He did well. He’s quick, he’s determined. He uses well his left foot – a bit too much in my taste. He doesn’t use his right enough. Overall he’s like all the left-footed players, you know.”-Arsene Wenger
The Spanish striker joined the Gunners this summer in a deal worth £17.1m, after a successful season in La Liga (2015-2016). He scored 19 goals in all competitions last season with Deportivo La Coruna.
The player began his career with Atletico Madrid in Spain and then Rayo Vallecano, which was followed by spells in Karpaty lviv and PAOK in Greece before he moved back to his homeland and joined Deportivo la Coruna.