Arsenal Football Club seems to be having a good transfer window with manager, Arteta, making moves to bring in quality players to the Emirates to make sure his team performs excellently ahead of next season.
However, the club is still suffering a setback as deals involving Aouar, Partey, and Draxler are yet to be completed. Reports by renowned sports journalist Fabrizio Romano however indicates the Gunners have made breakthrough on team captain, Aubamenyang.
While reporting the interest of Barcelona in Aubamenyang and Memphis Depay, Fabrizio announced that Arsenal and Aubamenyang has reached a deal for the Gabon international to remain in the club till 2023. He tweeted:
"Barcelona are working to get Memphis Depay - personal terms agreed but no official bid to OL yet. Barça also started contacts to sign Aubameyang weeks ago, but Koeman wants Depay and Auba decided to extend his contract with Arsenal [agreed until 2023 and official soon]."
Fans will expect that the club makes this official soon as they have for long called for the club to give him a new contract.
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