Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seems to confirm Arsenal’s new contract with the social media movement

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appeared to confirm that he will sign a new contract at Arsenal with his latest gesture on social networks.The attacker’s future has been pending for months, his agreement having already entered its last year.

Speculation suggests that Aubameyang is preparing to turn his back on Arsenal in favor of a move elsewhere, as discussions between him and the club are at a standstill.

At 31, the Gunners captain was concerned about Arsenal’s ability to meet his ambitions, but he seems to have been reassured enough to consider new conditions to judge by his actions on Instagram.

Aubameyang was featured on an Instagram Live video with his brother Willy, which has since been uploaded to Twitter.



Aubameyang appeared to respond to a fan request regarding his contract

In this document, fans were able to send questions and comments to the attacker, with a supporter who took the opportunity to put Aubameyang on the spot.

“Blink if you’re a gunna sign,” said the fan.

Aubameyang then winked at the camera shortly after, before starting over again with a big smile on his face.



Attacker blinked again and smiled, hinting he would stay at the club

The fans listening to the Instagram video were excited by themselves, with one fan simply writing, “Finished. ”

According to reports, Aubameyang has been claiming an exceptional contract of £ 250,000 per week for at least three years.

Arsenal have shown signs of improvement under boss Mikel Arteta, who has always wanted Aubameyang to stay, provided its captain is committed to the cause.

Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell says the club must now show Aubayemang that he is headed in the right direction in order to gain his “confidence”.

“He has to settle down and have a conversation with the manager and he has to have a clear understanding of what they’re looking to spend, who they’re trying to get involved with,” said Campbell. Stadium Astro .

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“It will come down to trust, can he trust the club to say,” right, we’re looking for x, y and z, we’re going to bring in two or three players “and I think they’ll push us over to really challenge the first four, or really you never know [with] la Premiership.

“He has to sit down with his people and have a serious conversation about the direction the club will take in the next two or three years, because he is not five years old, six years old to say, let’s see how it goes, he needs almost instant success now. ”

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