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Aubameyang Contract Update, Willian Signing, Martinez Speaks: Todays Transfer Latests

Good morning and welcome to today’s morning headlines and transfer news latest. The rumours continue to swirl and here and some of them making the most rounds.
Aubameyang Considering Other Options
Fabrizio Romano says Aubameyang is considering his options before committing his future to Arsenal.
“Aubameyang is waiting to see if other top clubs offer him a contract, like Barcelona. At the moment, no one has made a bid”
“Yes they are talking and it’s up to Aubameyang because the contract has been offered to Auba many months ago, they did what they can, they offered him an important contract and he’s going to decide soon”
He is also considering the possibility of staying at Arsenal, because they’re doing everything to let him stay at the club, Arteta, all the board, Edu, they are calling him every day. There is a good possibility he will stay.



Emi Martinez issues Arsenal Ultimatum

Emi Martinez: “I showed that I can play, I need to play more games next season. I want to establish myself at Arsenal and become the first choice. If I don’t play, I’m going to move, I’m going to go where I play more.”


Lille’s Gabriel Chooses Arsenal

‘La Voix du Nord’, one of the most reliable outlets for Lille, have stated that Gabriel Magalhães has chosen to join Arsenal
According to sources, the center-back spoke with Arsenal representatives earlier this week, and he was particularly sensitive to their speech. He would, therefore, like to join the Gunners, and as quickly as possible. We will know more in the coming days
Arsenal to Announce Willian Next Week
According to the Guardian, Willian will be officially announced as an Arsenal player next week on a 3 year deal. The Wideman is a free agent and reportedly wants to remain in London, hence choosing Arsenal over other clubs abroad
Ian Wright Speaks On Arsenal sacking a number of staffs over COVID-19
Ian Wright has expressed his unhappiness over Arsenal’s decision to relieve some staffs of their duty even after the players took a pay cut to ensure that didn’t happen.

“Our aim has been to protect the jobs and base salaries of our people for as long as we possibly can. Unfortunately, we have now come to the point where we are proposing 55 redundancies.

“We do not make these proposals lightly and have looked at every aspect of the club and our expenditure before reaching this point. We are now entering the required 30-day consultation period on these proposals.”

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