Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has sent a heartfelt message to Barcelona forward Pierre Emerick Aubameyang. Arteta's message to the Gabonese comes after speculations of the former captain joining London rivals Chelsea went viral. Arteta believes that Aubameyang deserves a warm welcome on his return to Emirates as Chelsea player.
Aubameyang has been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge with Chelsea looking to sign him from Barcelona on a permanent deal. With talks ongoing, Chelsea are optimistic of sealing the deal before the summer transfer window closes.
Aubameyang left Arsenal in January 2022 following an outrageous scuffle with Arsenal management. The Barcelona forward managed to score 92 goals while at Emirates before joining Barcelona. Arteta has reiterated that the star needs warm reception when he returns to Emirates as Chelsea star. With the signing of Robert Lewandowski from Bayern Munich, the former Arsenal skipper might be forced to look for alternative club to get assured of enough play time.
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