Arsenal To Keep Aubameyang Until End Of Contract Next Summer

Tanya Simon
June 5, 2020

Aubameyang has been linked with a potential move to FC Barcelona over the past few months amid reports Arsenal could cash in on their star striker rather than lose him for nothing in 2021.

But despite his popularity at the club - Aubameyang is the club's captain - the 30-year-old has refused to sign an extension and with just a year remaining on his contract, Arsenal face the difficulty of making a decision by the end of this season. At this stage, there's no doubt that Aubameyang is too good for Arsenal.

"That's the problem you have trying to get back into the top four and establishing yourselves again as Arsenal are trying to do". We had that at Liverpool with Luis Suarez and certain other players.

"That's the decision they have to make".

"You're desperate to keep hold of them because you want to build around those players". However, if Arteta really wants to bring him in, he will be hoping that his relationship with Arshavin helps sway the deal towards North London.

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The former Liverpool star believes that Aubameyang staying at Arsenal next season will enhance the Gunners' chances of finishing in the top four of the Premier League table.

The Gabon global was named the new Arsenal captain earlier this season after Granit Xhaka was stripped of the responsibility under Mikel Arteta's predecessor Unai Emery.

Dani Ceballos joined Arsenal on a season long loan from Real Madrid and he had a wonderful start to life as a gunner as he was very instrumental in the win over Burnley and later played in the next matches but he however then got injured in a UEFA Europa League game hence missing a lot of matches that eventually saw Unai Emery get sacked.

A host of Premier League clubs are planning to have friendlies in a bid to test the fitness levels of their teams and according to the Evening Standard, Arsenal and West Ham might offer the Premier League fans a chance to watch their teams back in action.

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