Arsenal have finally announce the extension of Aubamenyang's contract. The Gunners announced this officially via their twitter account. The team captain will be staying still 2023 after his contract was set to expire this year.
Arsenal fans have been on edge and have been waiting for this day. Without doubts and mincing of words, Aubamenyang has been a key player since his arrival at the club. His six goals against Chelsea, Liverpool, and Manchester City won the club the FA Cup and the community shield. Indeed, Arsenal fans are happy to keep Aubamenyang in the squad.
Arsenal transfer window strength hasn't been the best but can't be regarded has the worst. The club has been able to bring Willian and Gabriel on the team to further improve its quality.
Aouar and Partey still remain on their radar with the hope that the club will bring both to the Premier League before the transfer window closes.
Indeed this is a big news for Aubamenyang, Arsenal, and fans all over the world. Congratulations to all parties involved.
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