Chelsea close in £400,000-a-week Auba deal after Arsenal ordered to get rid of star
Arsenal MUST sell Chelsea target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to former Gunner striker Jeremie Aliardiere.
Aubameyang may be one of the best strikers in the Premier League and scoring goals for fun on a weekly basis for the Arsenal, but it seems that this is his final season at the Emirates, with reports suggesting he is leaving the club.
There has been some shock reports that we are interested in handing him a nice big contract to leave the scum and make the move to Stamford Bridge, as we still need to add a world class striker to the attack in the summer.
And with the striker only having one-year left on his current deal, Aliadiere, who won the Premier League with Arsenal in 2004, believes the club should cash in
Speaking to Goal, the Frenchman said: “They’ve got to sell him, 100 per cent.
“Arsenal can’t keep losing players on a free. To be honest, I still can’t believe we’ve again got a top player, our captain, going into the summer only having one year left on his contract.
“For me, it has to be sorted when he gets to two years. Last summer he should have signed a deal or been sold. Because when you get down to one year left, in a player’s mind there is a difference.
“If I was Aubameyang and I knew I only had one year left, I would sacrifice one year of my career to go on a free and get paid a ridiculous amount of money and have all the clubs in the world chasing me. Who wouldn’t?”
Auba is a top-class striker playing at a rubbish club and if we wanted him, we would get him! But he is coming towards the back-end of his career, and may not be the right move to make.
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