Top European Giants Eye Massive Move for Arsenal Striker Aubameyang in Stunning Transfer
- AC Milan are interested in the signing of Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and are ready to spend big to have him
- There have been uncertainty surrounding the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Arsenal and may not return this month to the Emirates
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been with Arsenal since 2018 and the Gabonese has won the FA Cup with the Gunners
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be making a return to Italian giants AC Milan before the close of the January transfer window but the Serie A side will have to spend big to have the Gabonese.
Things have turned sour for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at Arsenal as current gaffer Mikel Arteta has frozen him out of his squad with the Spaniard citing indiscipline as the rationale.
The former Dortmund striker missed some games for Arsenal before leaving the Emirates stadium to join his Gabonese teammates for the 2021 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Recently, Aubameyang was said to have turned down Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia and the Gabonese is interested in remaining in Europe's top five Leagues.
According to the report on UK Sun and Football Italia, AC Milan chiefs want to rescue Aubameyang by signing him from Arsenal.
When did AC Milan first sign Aubameyang?
The Gabon ace was on the Italian giants' books between 2007 and 2011 but never made a senior appearance.
With Olivier Giroud and Zlatan Ibrahimovic having both struggled with injuries this term, the Rossoneri are interested in bolstering their forward line.
What is Arsenal's current position on the Premier League table?
After 21 games played so far this season in the Premier League, Mikel Arteta and his wards at Arsenal are currently occupying sixth position on the table with 36 points.
Arsenal winless in 2022 and will end January without a win after failing to beat Burnley
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Arsenal were held to a goalless draw by Burnley at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, January 23, as they lost ground in the race for the top four.
The Gunners dominated the game but found it difficult to break a Burnley side who had not played a Premier League fixture in three weeks due to COVID postponements.
Despite having several chances to win the game Arsenal will only have themselves to blame as they struggled to convert their chances.
Alexandre Lacazette had the Gunners best chance of the game but he could only flash his effort high from an Emile Smith Rowe cut-back.
With the result, Arsenal made it five games without a win in all competitions since the start of the new year. They will also end the month of January without a win.
Source: Sports Brief News