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Bizarre report claims Arsenal will sell 'superb' star for just £17m

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According to a bizarre report from TuttoMercatoWeb, Arsenal are willing to negotiate a deal with Juventus to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer.

The Old Lady are set to lose Cristiano Ronaldo very soon. It does look like the Portuguese superstar will come back to Manchester – not to re-join United, but to don fierce rivals City’s blue colours instead. (Athletic)

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Juventus are happy to let Ronaldo leave, but they will need to replace him. They have a number of players on their wish list at the moment, but the most notable one for Arsenal fans is our skipper Aubameyang.

Aubameyang to Juventus?

The report claims that Aubameyang, labelled as ‘superb‘ by Mikel Arteta, is an ‘object of Juventus’ desire’. He is a clear target for them to replace Ronaldo, but the price quoted by the Italian outlet is laughable, to say the least.

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It is claimed that Arsenal are willing to negotiate a deal with Juve to sell Auba for just £17 million. That’s less than a third of what we paid for him back in 2018 to sign him from German giants Borussia Dortmund. (BBC)

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The Insider’s View:

This move is not going to happen, especially not for the laughable £17 million price mentioned in the report.

Yes, Aubameyang has had a tough year, but he’s still one of our most important players. He showed against West Brom this week that he can still deliver, and it makes no sense for Arsenal to get rid of him just when he’s starting to find his feet again.

To make things even more clear, Arteta rubbished all claims about selling Aubameyang. He firmly claimed that the striker is our player and it will remain that way beyond Tuesday’s transfer deadline. (Arsenal.com)

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