Aubameyang Offered £300,000-a-week To Quit Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been offered a tempting offer of £300,000-a-week and Arsenal will are battling to keep the Gabonese at Arsenal with clubs from the Chinese Super League hovering.

Aubameyang enjoyed an excellent campaign last term sharing the Golden boot with Liverpool pair, Mane and Salah after notching 21 goals in the Premier League.

The former Dortmund has only two years left on his contract at the Emirates and the Gunners board has warned that players will be sold if they do not commit their future to the North London club.

This declaration has alerted clubs from the Chinese Super league who are looking to offer the 29 year old ump sums of money this summer.

Both Guangzhou Evergrande and Shanghai SIPG have made moves for Aubameyang according to the Times.

It is claimed Aubameyang has been offered a whopping £300,000-a-week by the Super league outfits.

The Gabonese currently pockets about £190,000-a-week which is clearly some miles below what I’d being offered.

Guangzhou Evergrande are not relenting on their oars even after failing to sign Emerick before his move to Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018.

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Arsenal are likely to sell some players to free up funds to sign new players this summer with Unai Emery reportedly given only £40 million to sign players in the transfer window.

But Emery doesn’t look likely to consider a sale of Aubameyang with the 29-year-old pairing with Lacazette proving a formidable attacking force.

Lacazette is also reportedly wanted by Barcelona but seems unlikely to leave the Emirates anytime soon.

Arsenal would instead consider sales of Mesut Ozil and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. An offload of Ozil would free up a lot of funds for the Gunners considering that the German is the highest paid player in the club.

Arsenal have relaxed in their pursuit of Crystal Palace winger, Wilfred Zaha after failing to secure a place in next season’s Champions League.

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