Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will leave Chelsea as the player is out of the club’s project.
Aubameyang joined Chelsea last summer from rivals Arsenal. The Striker started a decent life under Tuchel and scored goals at Champions League Group stage matches. But with a change in manager and ownership of the club, Aubameyang fell out of the team.
With new signings in the January transfer window, the Striker has left the Champions League Squad for the knockout stages.
According to Romano, the 33-year-old player has been out from Chelsea’s project and he would be allowed to leave the club next season. Moreover, new owner Todd Boehly doesn’t seem interested in the striker. The reporter added via YouTube Video that MLS Giants LAFC are interested in Aubameyang.
Romano further stated:-
“Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is one name who will leave Chelsea in the summer. There was an offer from LAFC but he was unconvinced, let’s see if he changes his mind, but what’s clear for now is that he’s out of the Chelsea project.”
WITH NEW OWNERSHIP, CHELSEA ARE LOOKING TO REBUILD THEIR SQUAD WITHOUT AUBAMEYANG
Todd Boehly, Chelsea’s new owner have been quite busy in the transfer market. Despite their average performance, the Blues have bought the likes of João Felix, Mykhailo Mudryk, Enzo Fernandez, and a few others in January. Chelsea will go through a proper rebuild next season.
But with new Signings, the future of Conor Gallagher, Hakim Ziyech, and Christian Pulisic remains uncertain at Stanford Bridge for next season.
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