Arsenal had apparently turned down a sale for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang when he was an Arsenal player. The player’s career could have taken a total different turn back in 2020. An Italian news outlet have now revealed this news. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could have moved to PSG back in 2020. According to the journalist the player got really close to signing for PSG. However it was apparently Arsenal who turned down the sale. The player had been an Arsenal player since leaving Borussia Dortmund in 2018. He then left the Gunners on a free transfer for Barcelona. He left the Gunners after four years of being their star player. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had scored 92 goals and 21 assists registered to his name in his 163 appearance. The player played for Barcelona till last summer before he came back to the Premier League and joined the Gunners’ rival Chelsea.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could have joined PSG back in 2020
Apparently Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could have joined PSG. But the deal couldn’t go through because of a rejection by Arsenal. The Gunners had turned the sale down for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. George Gardi have revealed that he wanted the player to join PSG back in 2020. Gardi revealed, “At international level, I would have liked to bring Hazard from Chelsea to Juventus in 2019 and Aubameyang from Arsenal to PSG in 2020,” He further went on, “Despite some hesitation, he decided for Real, while for Aubameyang I was already on the plane to London when Arsenal blocked the deal.” The striker is currently playing for the Blues. The Arsenal fans were unhappy that he decided to join their London rivals Chelsea. However they were happy when he had left the club for Barcelona. The striker ended the relation with the Gunners on a sour note.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is currently not flaring much at Stamford Bridge. Furthermore there have been new news about him being linked to a Spanish club. He seems keen to return back to Spain even if it means that would have to cut down his wages.
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