Arsenal captain, Pierre Aubameyang has left the fans thrilled amid his recent actions with the Community Shield trophy.
Aubameyang played a major role in today’s victory over Premier League champions, Liverpool as his early goal warranted for a penalty shootout when Minamino’s equalizer wasn’t enough to dash out Gunners’ hopes.
Unlike the previous trophy celebration when Aubameyang had let the FA Cup slip through his hands and fell to the floor, the Gabonese has taken more caution this time.
In a video the former Borussia Dortmund man recorded while going with the team, he was seen firmly tying the Community Shield trophy to the chair and binding it with a sit belt.
See the video below.
The 31-year-old is believed to be ready to extend his stay at Emirates Stadium despite exit rumors as sources revealed he has already turned down three offers from suitors.
“I keep saying the same thing [on Aubameyang’s future]. I try to do my job which is to convince him that he’s at the right place and the right environment here to produce moments like he’s done today and he did here just three weeks ago,” Arteta said when asked about Auba’s future.
“I am very positive that he’s going to sign. There are a lot of things that are involved in a contract deal and we’re trying to solve them.
“I’m not worried [about the situation with Aubameyang]. We can only try to do as much as possible to convince the player or tell them what we think about him. We can put all the cards on the table to try to keep him here but afterwards it’s down to the player and the agent to agree to that.Embed from Getty Images
“I think we’ve built a really good relationship between us and hopefully we can do it. Now, I am confident and I’m happy. I can see how he behaves every day and how much he works in training. It’s a really good sign.”
The club will be announcing new signing, Gabriel Magalhaes in a very short time as they get set to storm into the new season in style. Talks still ongoing to bring back Dani Ceballos.
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