But after Aubameyang immediately landed in Gabon the Arsenal ace tested positive for Covid-19. His been in isolation for sometime now. And missed his nation game opener of the competition against Comoros.
He later wasn't involved when his country took on the Ghana side in which the game ended in 1-1 scoreline. These was due to as per the Mirror, via The Athletic the former BVB striker had a 'cardiac lesions'.
The same publication goes on to clarify that 32 years old Aubameyang will have to undergo more tests and is a big doubt. For their last group stage fixture as the Gabon team takes on Morocco on Tuesday.
A possibility of an early return to UK is very high if the doctors from both Gabon and Arsenal reach out to a same conclusion. The former Arsenal captain joined red side of London back in 2018 in deal worth £56m.
And he has scored 92 goals in all communication in 163 appearances for the Gunners. Arsenal have high number of injuries and Covid-19 cases at Emirates in a move. Which has seen there last weekend premier league encounter postponed against Tottenham.
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