Lucas Perez wants to leave Arsenal this summer
Perez has made it clear to Arsenal he wishes to leave this summer after becoming frustrated over a lack of first-team opportunities.
The 28-year-old striker joined the Gunners from Deportivo La Coruna for £17million last summer.
But the forward found his chances severely limited, making just nine starts in total and coming off the bench 12 times throughout the course of the season.
And bookmakers Betfair believe the Spaniard could remain in the Premier League this summer, with West Ham and Everton priced at 12/1 and 20/1 respectively.
West Ham have been linked with Chelsea's Michy Batshuayi and Manchester City's Kelechi Iheanacho as Slaven Bilic looks to add more firepower to his front line.
Lucas Perez has struggled for game time at Arsenal
West Ham and Everton in running to sign Arsenal striker Lucas Perez
While Everton boss Ronald Koeman is also in the market for a new striker with question marks surrounding top goalscorer Romelu Lukaku.
But a return to Spain appears to be more likely for Perez, with Sevilla (7/1) and former club Deportivo (8/1) also in the running for his signature.
Perez became Arsenal's fifth-most expensive signing when he joined last summer but his agent, Rodrigo Fernandez Lovelle, has revealed he already wishes to leave.
"The idea is to be able to play for another club," Lovelle said.
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"We want to leave and Arsenal already know. Do you know anyone who is happy but has no opportunities?"
Arsene Wenger's own future at Arsenal was clarified earlier today when it was announced he had signed a new two-year deal.
The Gunners boss said last month, before committing himself to the club, that if he did stay he was keen to keep Perez on board.
"If I am the manager I would love to keep him but we have to sit down and see if he has a realistic chance to play," Wenger said.
"He's a top quality striker but I couldn't give him the games he wants and deserves, I confess that. I feel a bit sorry for him."