Chelsea signed Aubameyang from Barcelona at the start of the season. Although he started well but at the moment, he has not been in a good form to the Point that he rarely plays.
In Chelsea's last game which was against Arsenal Aubameyang's former Club, Aubameyang started the game which was his first start in a very long time. He was not at his best during the game to the point that Arsenal fans mocked and booed him. He had only 8 Touches throughout the game. After the match Aubameyang was trolled and someone responded by saying things didn't go out well for Aubameyang as the fans who loved him (Arsenal fans) are now mocking him. Aubameyang reacted and responded to the message where he commented under the post on Instagram and said, “You know sometimes people forget what’s the real life and forget about how you can’t control what’s happened.”
Aubameyang's Transfer to Chelsea was influenced by Tuchel, Chelsea's former Manager. But Aubameyang didn't get enough time to re unite with Tuchel as he was sacked earlier in the Season.
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