The lethal striker is a popular figure in football and is still high on demand. As per the Times, Guangzhou Evergrande and Shanghai SIPG are keen on importing Aubameyang to the Chinese Super League.
The former Dortmund forward recorded 30 goals across all competitions last season whilst also bagging 7 assists, despite the Gunners suffering yet another disappointing campaign. The Gabonese international has played and performed across 3 positions as well.
Which is exactly why the Chinese giants are ready to offer whatever it takes to secure his signature. According to reports, they’re willing to offer a sum around €90 million for the Arsenal ma
in man. Moreover, they’re also willing to double his wages and have reportedly offered a £300,000-per-week deal.
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Now the concern is if the Gabonese international would be willing to take the offer. Which seems very unlikely as he’s enjoying playing in the Premier League and is loved by the Gunners faithful.
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Meanwhile, fans were sent into a huge disarray when certain users pointed out the forward had “taken off” his affiliation with the Londoners on his social media biographies. Everyone was panicking for a good period of time, until the player himself added “Arsenal” to his social media bio.
And turns out, he never had the club affiliation in his bio in the first place. Seeing the issues online, he decided to add it. Clearly, it’s a big hint from the 29-year-old that he has no intention of leaving North London as of now.
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Fans make massive speculations, spreading panic when there’s no need for it. Besides, according to more reliable reports, Unai Emery has absolutely no intention of letting his best attacker go and instead is about to offer him a £200,000-per-week deal.
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