Arsenal are currently in crisis as they have failed to break any odds of getting consistent positive results from the games they have played in the Premier League. After ten games, they are currently in the 14th position with few points, a worst record they have ever had. Player discipline has been another major problem for Mikel Arteta as we have witnessed training bust ups from players and red cards too. After match day 10, their star player, Aubameyang who was recently awarded a bumper deal has failed to score goals as he boasts of one goal(the penalty he scored against Manchester United).
According to Paul Ince on DAZN football channel, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's negative body language has all suggestions that he could be thinking twice about his future at Arsenal. Paul Ince has doubts that his morale of staying put at the Emirates might be low with the other reason of his poor form is being played out of position.
Ince was quoted saying, "If he doesn't get service even though he signed a three-year contract. I can't see him being there next year. I really, really can't. I don't care [if he's signed a new deal]. It looks like he's got that sort of body language that he's just not happy. It doesn't look right." Is it likely for Aubameyang to leave Arsenal after he signed the new deal if though he is underperforming? Like, Comment and Share.
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