Chelsea become the latest club planning a summer raid on Arsenal

Chelsea has joined the list of clubs interested in signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

The attacker has been one of the most important players at Arsenal since he moved from Borussia Dortmund. He has already scored 21 goals this season and 61 goals in two years at Arsenal.

The 30-year-old has been attracting the attention of some of Europe’s best sides this season as his contract comes to an end, but the Gunners are determined to keep hold of him.

90mins claims that Chelsea has become the latest team to show an interest in his services, the report claims that the Blues are looking to add more quality to their side.

Frank Lampard has had to rely on the inexperienced Tammy Abraham to score the goals for his team this season.

But the former Blues midfielder knows that he will need to sign a more experienced attacker if his team are to compete well in the Champions League and for other trophies next season.

Aubameyang represents a cheaper and more experienced alternative to Timo Werner who is also attracting the attention of the Blues.

Arsenal is prepared to do their best to keep hold of the attacker, however, should he decide to leave the Emirates, the Gunners would rather sell him in the summer than allow him to leave for free after next season.

3 Comments

  1. Peter S. Sumo says:

    If that player want to leave Arsenal, let us open the door for him to take his exit

  2. Top Gunner says:

    If Arsenal cannot match his wage demands, let him find greener pastures somewhere else

  3. PatH says:

    With no sporting events taking place, journalist have to earn their money somehow. Over the next few months Arsenal will be linked to every player on the planet, every Arsenal player will be sold and Kroenke will be selling AFC to the highest bidder. Chelsea have as much chance of signing Aubameyang as I have of winning Euro millions. What is fairly clear to me is that in the aftermath of this pandemic the economic landscape will change dramatically, player values will fall and the days of the 100 million transfers are over. This may help Arsenal in some way. All clubs will have lost revenue so they will not enter the transfer market unless they really need to do so. So the possibility of keeping Aubameyang has increases considerably..

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