Big news as Arsenal ‘are listening to offers’ for £350,000-a-week superstar in summer window

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Arsenal are willing to listen to offers for star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during the summer transfer window.

After another 20-goal season last year, Arsenal made sure that they kept Aubameyang from all the big clubs in world football and got him to commit to a massive £350,000-a-week contract.

Big things were expected of the man this season as he is one of the best strikers in the game, but he has not looked like himself and has struggled to find the back of the net as often as he would like.

There has been some rumours in the media that Mikel Arteta is looking to improve that front line in the transfer window, and it now seems that they are ready to let Auba leave the club over the next couple of months

According to the Daily Telegraph, the Gunners could be open to let Aubameyang go following a turbulent season.

Aubameyang is coming towards the back-end of his playing days and the Gunners are reportedly looking to get as much money as possible for the hitman in hope that they could use the funds on another signing.


If the reports are true and the Gunners are willing to let Aubameyang leave the club in the summer window, this will be big news for the club as he is their biggest player.

But he is paid to score goals, and he is not doing that. So if there is a better option out there, then they should get rid of the man. He does not look like he can net 20-plus goals a season anymore


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