Date: 11th June 2019 at 3:35am
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Arsenal could lose Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer.

The Premier League’s joint top-scorer this season has been eyed by a number of Chinese clubs in recent weeks after an outstanding first full term in an Arsenal shirt.

Unfortunately for Unai Emery, Arsenal’s failure to qualify for next season’s Champions League has led to rumours surrounding the future of Aubameyang.

And after news broke last week that Chinese Super League Guangzhou Evergrande were interested in securing his signature, Gooners have been sweating over the future of their talisman.

According to Le10 Sport two Chinese sides are once again looking to sign the Gabon forward, with Evergrande certainly one of those who plan to revive their interest this summer.

But the French publication is unsure over the second club, with Shanghai and Tianjin Quanjian both mentioned.

Aubameyang arrived at Arsenal in Janaury 2018 for a club-record £53million deal. The 30 year-old sent fans into meltdown last week when he removed the club from his Instagram ‘bio’. It was later returned to the profile, but it has done nothing to ease Arsenal hearts.