Pierre-Emerick Since joining Barcelona, Aubameyang has put his old club Arsenal to shame with his incredible scoring record.
Since Arsenal’s former star striker left the Emirates Stadium for the Nou Camp, the Gabon international has scored 10 goals for Barca, while Arsenal has only managed 12 goals as a club.
This is a mouthwatering potential for Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, who for some reason believed it was the right decision to let Aubameyang leave in January after having him ruled out of his first-team plans.
Even if Aubameyang was struggling for the Gunners near the end of his contract, it was unethical to let him go without having a replacement in place.
If Arteta’s team fails to make the top four, it will undoubtedly come back to bite him.