Alexandre Lacazette staying at Lyon, says club president Jean-Michel Aulas

Alexandre Lacazette will not leave Lyon this summer, the French club's president Jean-Michel Aulas says.

The 25-year-old striker has been linked to West Ham, Arsenal and Juventus, but Aulus says Lacazette is not for sale after scoring 23 goals last season.

"We have had a few calls, but Alexandre will stay," Aulas told Canal+. "I think it is his desire and the coach [Bruno Genesio] counts on him."

Lyon can afford to hang on to Lacazette after sealing a €25 million deal to send Samuel Umtiti to Barcelona.

Aulas also confirmed that Argentine centre-back Emanuel Mammana will have a medical on Monday following a proposed move from River Plate.

However, Aulas said midfielder Clement Grenier will not be returning to club.

"Grenier is not expected to be here for the coming season," Aulas said. "There has been an offer from Sunderland and an Italian club."