‘Frustrated’ Aubameyang tipped to quit Arsenal

Paul Ince has claimed that he ‘can’t see’ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang staying with Arsenal going into next season.

The Gunners have been very much off the boil in recent weeks, creating few chances for their forwards, and with just four points (and two goals) from their last six Premier League matches, all eyes are on them.

While you could argue that the supply has been the made issue previously, star-striker PEA was especially out of sorts during the weekend’s loss to Wolves, and Ince claims that he looks ‘frustrated’ and tips him to leave the club.

“Aubameyang for me is a worry,” Ince said on DAZN after the the live coverage of the Wolves encounter (via the Express).

“He looks frustrated. He looks like he’s not getting enough service.

“If he doesn’t get service – even though he signed a three-year contract – I can’t see him being there next year.

“I really, really can’t. I don’t care [if he’s signed a new deal]. It looks like he’s got that sort of body language that he’s just not happy. It doesn’t look right.”

The team is clearly lacking in some confidence, and that is likely the issue currently, as that will have an affect on all those around you, but unless things improve in the near future, I wouldn’t be shocked to see him quit the club.

Would you blame Aubz for leaving when he has limited time in his career left? Is he just lacking confidence or is there more too it?

Patrick

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18 Comments

  1. IMO Pierre needs to be giving a little more for the cause. Even when he gets the right service he just doesn’t look interested. Better off giving Nketieh a chance, at least he is hungry.

    1. Better off giving Balogun a chance. What has Eddie done to show he should start? We’ve already tried Eddie there and we need to be brutally honest and admit the guy isn’t cut out for what Arsenal is trying to achieve.

      1. Thank you for that statement about Nketiah.I said this in a midst of arsenal fans that Nketiah is going to be another Francis Jeffers and i was almost lynched!

    2. i think m.ozil should be back to the squad because her creativity to play well as attacking mid. Would bring aubameyang back to form…..besides that the injury crisis thats ongoing to the team its frustrating

  2. If we received an offer of 40/50m for Auba, I would take it.As it is , I only hope he regains his confidence soon. It may only take a goal or two to reignite his flame.

    1. With his gigantic salary plus age no one will be paying more than 20 M for him, that I can guarantee.
      I mean Suarez, for example, is on 160K/week – another excellent but ageing forward.

  3. He can’t just “quit Arsenal”, unless someone wants to offer what we would accept, he’s on a contract! Who writes these headlines?

  4. Arsenal are making me to lose interest in football gradually. Is anybody aware that someone was killed in Kenya on Sunday just because arsenal lost to wolves even without their top scorer Jimenez? The pain is becoming too much for people to bear these days.

  5. He wont quit Arsenal after he got the contract he was after. Can’t believe we’ve fallen into this trap AGAIN of offering a player a contract and then they drop off. Sad to see. Willian sighing was predictably a disaster and I knew it from the beginning too but still tried to be positive. All the warning signs about Willian were there and the club ignored them!

    1. RSH, some fans were saying it will never happen before he sign that contract. He was almost 32 before that contract. If you are not Messi or Ronaldo you don’t get increase in wages at that age you get deductions. Wait for fans blaming the club for giving him that contract and absolve themselves of the blame. I’m one of the few that kept saying that was a wrong move.

  6. The price of losing is steep. Players lose their value. Fans lose interest and the club value gets cut in half. For those wanting to give MA more time with no string attached should realize what they are asking for. For those calling for Kronkei to yet spend more money in January are just day dreaming. Losing is serious business.

  7. Sell him if we get a good price. Our biggest weakness is holding onto our star players far too long…

    Other clubs often sell their ‘best’ players and are the better for it! Suarez and Coutinho for Liverpool, Hazard for Chelsea are examples

    We are far too desperate and it gives players the power over the club,like they doing us a favour by staying.

  8. Even if he wants to leave, who is going to cover his salary of, reportedly, £300-£350k a week? And I doubt any club would be willing to pay pay a large fee on top for a 31 year old striker. Fingers crossed he gets over the drought soon because I don’t think he is going anywhere for a while. Mind you if he scores against the Spuds on Sunday it could kickstart his season!!

  9. Auba will not leave. There is something happening behind the scenes that is the cause of this malfunctioning club. The players have lost focus for some reason. Could it be a player salary issue? (ozil, auba and willian) Could it be a player revolt in some respect? (Ozil exclusion) Could it be that MA has lost the dressing room? (inexperience showing in a time of need)

    1. I don’t understand what Auba wants and his fake fan pundits he wanted to play central he got it he can’t score it’s creativity every game saka have to create chances for him he can’t score he can’t even run anymore in wolves he got more than four chances he couldn’t even take one

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