Chelsea are eager to sign a striker before the summer transfer window closes. Thomus Tuchel has made Barcelona forward Pierre Aubamayeng a top priority. The German tactician is keen to work with Aubamayeng again, whom he previously worked with at Borussia Dortmund.
Although talks are ongoing, Xavi has stated that he is confident that the Gabonese sensation will remain in Barcelona despite the arrival of Lewandowski. "I count 100% on Auba," Xavi told Spanish news outlet AS.
Aubameyang has been a key figure for Xavi Hernandez at Camp Nou and has been instrumental in the squad's rebuilding. Xavi values Auba's versatility, experience, and professionalism, which is why he is doing everything he can to keep Chelsea at bay.
Despite Xavi's recent comments, Chelsea are confident in signing the ex-Asernal player. The Blues have lost both Lukaku and Werner, and they are attempting to land Aubameyang. Tuchel requires this clinical striker to achieve great things. It's unknown, though, how much Barcelona would ask for the striker.Sources: https://www.football.london/chelsea-fc/transfer-news/aubameyang-transfer-verdict-chelsea-barcelona-24729111
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