The Frenchman has been linked with a move to the Camp Nou this summer.
Although there was no picture on the tab, it does have a number of details about the striker.
It states his date of birth, weight, height and club debut.
Of course, Lacazette hasn’t actually signed or played for Barcelona, but it says he first featured for them on November 2, 2010 which is inaccurate.
One Twitter user, @ben_magrill stated on the social media platform that every player that plays against Barca gets their own page.
Speaking to Telefoot earlier this week, Lacazette was asked about the stories linking him with Barcelona. He responded: “It is flattering.”
Express Sport understand that Barca are eyeing a £70million move for the Arsenal forward.
Those plans could potentially be effected by the situation with Antoine Griezmann.
Last night the forward addressed Atletico Madrid fans in an emotional video, telling them that he intends to leave the Wanda Metropolitano this summer.
Arsenals fans still feared the worse when seeing Lacazette on the website, seeing as they do not want their striker to leave the Emirates Stadium this summer.
“LEAVE LACAZETTE ALONE @FCBarcelona,” one fan tweeted.
Another threatened: “I’ll make sure Mustafi injures Messi if they touch lacazette.”
A third said: “Lacazette not for sale at any price.”
Lacazette recently hailed manager Unai Emery and the impact he has had on the side in his first season in north London.
“That’s what the club saw, him as the coach to help the team go to the next step and he did because we go to the final in his first season,” he said.
“I hope it is going to be a great final for us and we will prepare for it. It is really important. The Champions League is a big competition.
“Last season, we failed at the semi-finals (Europa League) and this season we wanted to be better.”