Arsenal reportedly “open to offers” for star man Aubameyang as window enters last week

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Arsenal reportedly “open to offers” for star man Aubameyang as window enters last week

Arsenal suffer horror start

The current Premier League table makes for grim reading for Arsenal fans, with their side sitting on zero points after their opening two fixtures and zero goals scored. Thoroughly beaten by Chelsea on Sunday, there are already calls across social media for a change at managerial level, even as the chequebook is brought out to fund more additions.

The Gunners are expected to be active in the last week of the transfer market, both regarding outgoings and potential incomings, as they look to address fundamental squad imbalances.

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Arsenal “open to offers” for Aubameyang

As per a surprising report in the Telegraph, however, the Gunners are also open to offers for club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as the player is “no longer considered indispensable” to the club.

In a further blow to Arsenal fans, the club are reportedly “highly unlikely” to sign any more players without shifting players out of north London first. This may not necessarily be a finances issue, with the squad registration rules also worth bearing in mind.

However, the news that Arteta may be willing to cash in on his captain, who has endured a difficult 18 months but nonetheless remains Arsenal’s biggest goal threat, will not go down well with the Emirates faithful.

Arsenal reportedly “open to offers” for star man as window enters last week

LONDON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 01: Mikel Arteta manager of Arsenal and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal pose with the trophy after the FA Cup Final match between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on August 1, 2020 in London, England. Football Stadiums around Europe remain empty due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in all fixtures being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

With wages around 250,000 pounds per week, however, they may struggle to find any suitors.

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