Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang (Out)

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Gooner416

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Barca has Adama Traore and believe that they will sign Aubameyang as Morata is very difficult and get rid of Ousmane Dembele. They can exit the winter window worse than how they entered.

Can't believe we're resorting to posting some ****ty journo's opinion as a source here.
 

OSBK

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Fingers crossed for this. Auba to barca would add to the overrated and has beens of todays football. Barca instagram would be off the charts.
 

Riou

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This feels like madness, tbh.

Would much rather try and find a way to get Auba firing again, than try replace him with any of the strikers we are linked with, man is the main reason we wo our record 14th FA cup...the board and Arteta are being overly harsh here, miss when we looked after our players, instead of killing them publicly like this.

Also, seen people mention that Lukaku did an interview and apologized and that's what Pierre should do, ffs.

Chelsea told Rom, that they wanted to still use him, so that public apology made sense...even if Auba does that, the club would still be hanging him out to dry, as they are trying to force him out at all costs...so he would just come across as a ***** if he did that, as he still wouldn't play after being on his knees begging the club, man has to have some dignity.

Don't like any of this, feel it's really damaging us as a club.
 

Garrincha

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This feels like madness, tbh.

Would much rather try and find a way to get Auba firing again, than try replace him with any of the strikers we are linked with, man is the main reason we wo our record 14th FA cup...the board and Arteta are being overly harsh here, miss when we looked after our players, instead of killing them publicly like this.

Also, seen people mention that Lukaku did an interview and apologized and that's what Pierre should do, ffs.

Chelsea told Rom, that they wanted to still use him, so that public apology made sense...even if Auba does that, the club would still be hanging him out to dry, as they are trying to force him out at all costs...so he would just come across as a ***** if he did that, as he still wouldn't play after being on his knees begging the club, man has to have some dignity.

Don't like any of this, feel it's really damaging us as a club.
let him go be happy & play for a manager that wants him :lol:

its pathetic the club has stripped the captaincy & outcast a player who this year has had two bouts of Covid, Malaria & mums been sick ffs :facepalm: its the least 'Arsenal' thing you can imagine

anyone that sides with Arteta has to remember next time it could be one of the players they like
 

Rasmi

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This feels like madness, tbh.

Would much rather try and find a way to get Auba firing again, than try replace him with any of the strikers we are linked with, man is the main reason we wo our record 14th FA cup...the board and Arteta are being overly harsh here, miss when we looked after our players, instead of killing them publicly like this.

Also, seen people mention that Lukaku did an interview and apologized and that's what Pierre should do, ffs.

Chelsea told Rom, that they wanted to still use him, so that public apology made sense...even if Auba does that, the club would still be hanging him out to dry, as they are trying to force him out at all costs...so he would just come across as a ***** if he did that, as he still wouldn't play after being on his knees begging the club, man has to have some dignity.

Don't like any of this, feel it's really damaging us as a club.
There has to be two ways about it. Lukaku apologised because Tuchel and chelsea open the door for him. We seen arteta is not the forgiving type, so I doubt any apology would make any difference. if anything Arteta will use it against him and his friends in the media and paint him as a huge problem. So Im glad Auba is not giving this weirdo anything
 

yorch44

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There has to be two ways about it. Lukaku apologised because Tuchel and chelsea open the door for him. We seen arteta is not the forgiving type, so I doubt any apology would make any difference. if anything Arteta will use it against him and his friends in the media and paint him as a huge problem. So Im glad Auba is not giving this weirdo anything
I would like one day, him, Özil and all the other players speak about how ****ty person Arteta is. Holy weirdo!
 

DUFFMAN

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Auba has been absolutely ****e this season after numerous starts and backing.

Missing sitters my 3 year old cat would score.

Literally open goals.

He took his pay day and I don’t blame him for that.
 

MikelHadADream

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It was only a year and a bit ago Arteta begged him to stay and the club did that cringe contract renewal announcement vid for him. Arteta's 180 on him his embarrassing for himself and the club, especially after Özil.

As a few on here have been saying for a while, no top player is ever going to want to play for this guy.
 

Sebastes

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Hagn would probably sacrifice his grandma for a transfer to happen.
Wouldn’t want Demebele here but as Hagn says, if it’s the only way to find somewhere for Auba then make it happen. We won’t use him and it’s better to have a player that can at least contribute in some way given the wages we’re paying
 

field442

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Wouldn’t want Demebele here but as Hagn says, if it’s the only way to find somewhere for Auba then make it happen. We won’t use him and it’s better to have a player that can at least contribute in some way given the wages we’re paying

It might well end up happening that way. The club have put themselves in a position where there’s no other alternative than to get Auba out of the club. If loaning Dembele facilitates that then they’ll probably do it (if Dembele doesn’t find another club).
 
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