If Arsenal were to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for as little as £35.8 million (Le 10 Sport), then it would be a very costly error of judgement from the north London club.
As per the French outlet, ‘Auba’ is likely to cost between 40 and 50 million euros (£35.8 to 44.8 million). Paris Saint Germain remain on the trail of Aubameyang, who has only one year left remaining on his contract at the Emirates. Indeed, this makes the club particularly vulnerable to getting a potentially lower transfer value in the upcoming summer window, but given just how important he is to the Gunners, selling him for the price quoted would be a costly error.
The 30-year old clearly still has plenty left in the tank as he has scored a very impressive 20 goals and chipped in with an assist in 32 appearances in all competitions so far this season, according to Transfermarkt.
As per Le 10 Sport, no negotiations have been launched yet between PSG and AFC, as FC Barcelona and Inter Milan also remain seriously interested in Aubameyang.
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No wonder so many of Europe’s top clubs are interested in signing the Gabonese international, as he has proved himself on numerous occasions to be a prolific talisman, no less sharing the golden boot in the Premier League last campaign with Liverpool stars Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane after netting 22 times (via The Guardian).
Aubameyang was also appointed the club’s captain earlier on in the term (per Arsenal.com), highlighting his influence off the pitch as well as on it at the Emirates.
If Arsenal were to let him go for as little as £35.8 million this summer, it will prove to be a costly error and it is unlikely that they will be able to replace him with someone as good for that amount of money.
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