Many Arsenal fans will be pleased with their club's transfer business thus far, which has included the signings of Ben White, Sambi Lokonga, Martin Odergaard, and Nuno Tavares, as well as the departures of Guendozi, Willock, and Torreira. With these transactions completed, one would question if Arsenal will have any further incoming or outgoing transfers. According to ESPN, Arsenal have made a daring move by agreeing to listen to bids for their captain and current top scorer, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. This move may go against Arsenal fans' expectations, given how important Aubameyang is to the club's success, but Aubameyang may be released if a fair bid comes through. If Aubameyang leaves as expected, he might join 2020-2021 Premier League champions Manchester City, according to Shoot, a UK-based newspaper. Manchester City's move for Aubameyang, on the other hand, may happen if they fail to get their top striker target, Harry Kane.
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