Discontent first-team star supposedly pushing for Arsenal exit

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is claimed to be unhappy at Arsenal, and issues playing under Mikel Arteta mean that he is looking to quit the club.

The Gabon international is supposedly a target for Barcelona at present, with the Spanish giants believed to be in need of reinforcements in attack due to Sergio Aguero’s continual problems.

The former Man City star has only recently made his first-team debut after a number of issues since joining, but has since succumbed to heart problems, and is now tipped to be missing for at least the next three months.

Barca are now claimed to be eyeing a new striker in the coming window, and Auba is said to be on their shortlist of options.

El Nacional goes as far as state that our club captain is discontent at the Emirates, and in want of an exit route away from the club, but I struggle to believe that on what we’ve seen this season.

Auba has been close to his best in work rate and in focus in recent weeks, which shrouds the news outlet’s comments about his unhappiness, with his smile to be seen by all on the pitch.

Having helped us to turn our form around this term, I struggle to believe he would even want to leave to join a drowning club like Barcelona, who appear a huge rebuilding job away from challenging for any top trophies again.

Could Auba really push to leave for Barca?


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  1. This idiot story was around last month, zzz, the club and player both rubbished it. Why regurgitate it.

  2. Blessing for us if he’s pushing for an exit….huge wages and not getting any better at his age. Love Auba but if we keep playing him we are just delaying the inevitable replacement that’s needed soon.

  3. This clearly isn’t Pat’s, Martin or Dan’s article.
    I sometimes wonder why some of you constantly submit nonsense articles just for the sake of it.
    Would it kill you to chill out until you come up with a great article with good message?

  4. I’ve felt sorry for Auba as hardly any mention of him catching malaria is cited as reason for his dip in goals and workrate. He was visibly affected by it in both physical appearance and stats. In my opinion he seems to have recovered now and the workrate and smile are back…..although a couple more goals wouldn’t go amiss!
    I’ve loved watching his infectious (pardon the pun) positivity, and believe he could have a future at the club teaching our young CF’s the tricks of the trade.

  5. Patrick All CURRENT evidence, esp over the last month in particular, goes against your theory.

    Had you written this say 6 weeks ago it would have perhaps been more believable.

    But Auba definitely seems to be remotivated since then.

    So don’t you think you are rather out of time with this article, as I do and I reckon most other Gooners do too!!

    For context, you are something of an expert for putting your own views out there while claiming a distant and little known source as the original suggestion, while in truth it is YOUR personal opinion.

    Even though you are careful to cunningly try suggesting the opposite, I for just one am not fooled, as this is a well worn – even much worn out- tactic, that you do so constantly and it is easily seen through by perceptive Gooners.

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