Currently most leagues are on a break as players are taking part in international games representing their countries. It is the wish of all clubs to see their players come back without injuries or psychological torture.
Well , Arsenal captain Aubameyang encountered a bizarre incident while on an international duty with his team mates. They were forced to sleep on the floor at the airport while waiting to be cleared due to covid-19 prevention protocols. Pictures were shared online which led to mixed reactions among Arsenal funs and football lovers around the world. Many wonders how highly paid and recognized players spent their night on the airport floor instead of a good hotel.
Well, Arsenal football club has issued a strong statement on the incident and has threatened to restrict their captain from representing his country. This will be a blow to Auba and his national team Gabon since he is the best striker they have in Gabon.
"Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be restricted from honouring future international calls by Arsenal after the airport incident in the Gambia, according to Panther boss Patrice Neveu. #tukonews #aubameyang" reported Tuko.
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