It has been confirmed that Aubamemyang was injured by the attack by Burglars on Monday, MySportDab reports.
The injury report is coming when Barcelona has refuted claims that Aubamenyang, 33, was injured by the menacing burglars.
Recall that early on Monday 29th August; burglars have allegedly broken into Aubamenyang’s house at Castelldefels, just on the outskirts of Barcelona.
The attackers reportedly handcuffed the footballer, his wife, and his children and robbed them of their pieces of jewelry and other valuables.
In the attack, his jaws had been broken, and he might be ruled out for three weeks, sources close to ESPN confirm.
The Aubamenyang has not spoken or posted any information on his social media handle since the attack occurred.
According to reports, the injury sustained by the striker may likely affect the outcome of negotiations on his transfer, with only a loan deal visible.
Chelsea met with Barcelona on Tuesday to discuss a possible deal to sign the striker.
The Blues are keen on paying €20m for the out-of-favor striker, while Barcelona is holding out for €25m.
Aubamenyang fell out of Barcelona’s pecking order, including the likes of Memphis Depay, after the arrival of Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha from Bayern Munich and Leeds, respectively.
Xavi still holds the player in high esteem, but the financial debacle thet has sweet over the Catalan club is making the accept offers for Aubamenyang.
Aubamenyang has been reportedly ruled out for three weeks due to the injury sustained in the burglary attack.