Aubameyang Send “Unfinished Business” Warning In Interview [VIDEO]

0 comment

Pierre Emrick Aubameyang has sent a strong warning to Premier League which is also aiming at Arsenal, MySportDab reports.

Chelsea completed a move for Pierre Emrick Aubameyang from Barcelona on the transfer deadline day.

The Gabonese striker is making a return back to the English Premier League this summer having left last season.

His time with Arsenal started off perfectly after turning down a number of offers to make a move to the Emirates Stadium.

He started so well in the first few years which saw him helping them with a huge number of goals.

His performance helped the Gunners rebuild and things were going well until some issues under Mikel Arteta came up.

Aubameyang end with Arsenal didn’t go well after just signing a deal as one of the highest paid players with the club.

He had problems with the manager who decided to send him out of the team as he didn’t get to play any games.

The decision to drop him carried on until the winter window which his deal was terminated after interest from Barcelona.

He completed a move to Spain where he established himself once again by making an instant impact with the club.

Unfortunately this summer Barcelona had to go bring in Robert Lewandowski making it difficult for the striker to remain with them.

Chelsea and Barcelona opened talks for Aubameyang return to Premier League which didn’t go so easy as first offer was tuned down.

An agreement of reported €12 million was reached on deadline day and the move completed before the end of the window.

He has now send a warning to the Premier League that he is here for unfinished business.

Here Is What He Said:

“Am really excited, have got some unfinished business in the Premier League.

Aubameyang will wear the number nine shirt for Chelsea and he will be hoping to make something happen.

Watch Video Below:

Receive live sports updates!

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

Receive live sports updates!

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

Share Now:

You may also like

About Us

MySportDab logo

MySportDab Sports

Feature Posts


Adblock Detected

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker extension and you can access our website.