‘It Will Be Horrible For Arteta If Arsenal Sell Aubameyang’ – Stewart Robson

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The Gabonese Republic international has been coupled with a move faraway from the Gunners, though he has laid-off the speculations.

Arsenal legend Stewart Robson says selling Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang throughout the Jan transfer window will be an enormous mistake.

The 30-year-old has been heavily coupled with a move faraway from the Emirates sports stadium outfit with La Liga giants Barcelona believed to be high of the clubs coveting the striker.

Robson admitted it’ll be an enormous loss to the Gunners should they allow Aubameyang leave however sure the switch will be an honest deal for both the forward and Barca.

“It doesn’t create any sense for Arsenal to sell him at the instant as a result of he’s their main goalscorer, he’s the sole player that has lived up to his name,” Robson told ESPN.

“Barcelona, they have a player, i’d say, down that left-hand side that may take part with the opposite front players.

“So i’d say for Barcelona it might be successful, for Arsenal it might be a miss.”

Aubameyang has, however, laid-off transfer speculations surrounding him recently and therefore the Gunners manager Mikel Arteta has also expressed his desire to keep the forward on the far side this winter.

The forward has scored fifteen goals this season across all competition, together with thirteen within the Premier League, underlining his impact for Arsenal.

Aubameyang will hope to increase his goal tally once the Gunners wrestle Leeds United within the fa cup tie on January 6.

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