Aubameyang had a disappointing 2020-2021 Premier League season, scoring only 10 goals in 26 appearances. When it comes to the current season, many believed that he would recapture his form because he is undeniably a player with so much class as shown over the years, but he has yet to terrorize the Premier League owing to contracting COVID-19. In a recent interview with Eurosport, Arteta lauded Aubameyang's preparations for the new season, predicting that he would have a more successful season than in previous seasons.
"It depends on his personal life, how it is going to be professionally, how he takes himself, and his level of motivation. I am getting the sense from him that he is ready to kick on, but he got Covid and has been away for a while, so now we have to work him back physically to his best condition because that’s also something which is very important in his game. "
Aubameyang returned to training at the end of the week, so Arteta is unlikely to use him today against Chelsea, but West Brom should be wary because Arteta may use a re-energized Aubameyang against them.
How important will Aubameyang's form be for Arteta's success this season? Please leave your opinions in the section below.(source: Eurosports)
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