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Arsenal Board ready to offer €56m valued star £250,000 a-week contract

Arsenal are likely to loose their two experienced strikers, in names of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang ahead of the upcoming transfer.

The two strikers have been surrounded with some speculations clinching them with an exit out of the Emirates Stadium, once the summer transfer window is reopened.

The French striker Alexandre Lacazette has been rumoured to be use in a swap deal to sign Atletico Madrid star Thomas Partey, while the Gabonese striker Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang has also been rumoured with an exit, having turned down a contract extension put forward by the Gunners board.

However, the North London club are reportedly planning to offer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a new deal, which will see him earn £250,000 a-week ahead of the next campaign.

The Gabonese star has been incredible for the Gunners since he joined them from Borussia Dortmund in 2018, enjoying a regular first team start in all the Gunners matches.

Aubamenyang play a integral role in the North London club FA Cup final on Saturday, as they claimed the trophy making it their fourteenth times in the club history.

Arsenal are now ready to offer the Gabonese star who is valued in the region of €56m, a £250,000 per week contract.

The Gabon international who is still contracted to the club till 2021, has scored 70 goals from 109 outings for the Gunners, since arriving from Borussia Dortmund back in January 2018.

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