News on sports pages has it that Barcelona has concluded plans to buy Aubameyang from Arsenal Football Club. Recall that Barcelona just let their talented footballer, Lionel Messi to leave the Club because they could no longer afford his wages even when the Argentine International accepted half of his wages.
Aubamayang to Barcelona FC.
Earlier on Monday, the president of the La Liga Club revealed that the Club's indebtedness has risen to £1.15b.
Sky Sports authoritatively reports that Barcelona is willing to sacrifice former Liverpool player, Philip Coutinho as part of the deal. Pierre Emerick Aubamayang joined Arsenal from Dortmund in 2018 at a fee of £60m. Last year he sign a three-year contract that will keep him at Arsenal till 2024. He managed to score 15 premiership goals for Arsenal last season.
The North London club did not feature the Captain at their Premiership league loss at Brentford due to illness. They lost the opener with 2 goals.
The question is, at 32 what can the Gabonese offer the La Liga Giants? Is Aubamayang the only player they can afford? Poverty is indeed very bad.
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