Arsenal to offer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang new bumper deal


Arsenal are preparing a significant new contract offer to keep Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the club and ward off interest from China, report the Daily Mirror. The Gabon captain signed from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018 and has scored 41 goals in just 65 appearances for the Gunners so far. It is rumoured both Guangzhou Evergrande and Shanghai SIPG have offered big money to try to entice the 29-year-old away from the Emirates. But Unai Emery is keen to keep his talisman and ensure Arsenal are not in a similar situation regarding contracts expiring as they have been in recent years with the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Alexis Sanchez. The Spaniard will also hope to tie Alexandre Lacazette down to a new deal amid interest from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid. NOW THIS LIST: 9 bold transfer predictions that will DEFINITELY happen this summer 10 of football’s worst summers EVER: fire sales, sulking Frenchmen and a hero’s last act Topics Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Chinese Super League, Premier League, Transfer news Chinese clubs make big-money moves for Arsenal’s star striker – report Allardyce reveals that Everton wanted Arsenal star Aubameyang – but he was too expensive Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brace helps Arsenal continue dominance over Burnley Alexandre Lacazette is the big loser of Unai Emery’s Arsenal plan – but it doesn’t have to be this way Derby keen to tie down Frank Lampard to new contract Shelley Kerr: Scotland will go for it in pursuit of qualification Liverpool defender on verge of AC Milan move ‘She’s a massive player’ – Neville lauds match-winner Taylor as England progress Neville proud after England reach Women’s World Cup last 16 on ’emotional day’ Quiz! Can you name every Chelsea manager of the Premier League era? 6 club greats who returned as manager… then failed spectacularly The 7 highest-capped England Under-21 players – and what happened to them 5 areas where Liverpool can improve this summer – and get to the next level Manchester United star agrees personal terms with Serie A side

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