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Selling Aubameyang debate shows something has gone very wrong at Arsenal

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There is an argument that now is the right time to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and use the money raised to bring in new players.

Arsenal, it is being argued, can replace Aubameyang within its ranks with the likes of Gabriel Martinelli and Eddie Nketiah primed to play in his role in the event he is sold.

What utter nonsense.

Not the proposal, that on the face of it does make sense but the idea that it has to be Aubameyang sold to raise funds that is absolutely ridiculous in my opinion.

When a club is unable to sell its deadwood and instead have to offload its top scorer then you know something has gone badly wrong somewhere.


Selling players to raise funds is normal transfer business, Liverpool sold Coutinho, Tottenham sold Bale, Man Utd sold Ronaldo and so on but each time they were forced to do that in the face of massive offers and the respective players desire to leave.

That is not the case with Aubameyang.

Arsenal has a ton of players that are simply not up to scratch, their names are so common I do not even have to name them but it is the Golden Boot winner that is being mooted to be sold.

Our top-six rivals have no issues selling their fringe players and for the most part, getting a decent transfer fee in return and yet, for some reason, Arsenal struggle to do the same.

If we sell Auba and keep the likes of Mustafi I would be utterly speechless and the sad thing is, I would not be surprised if that actually happens.


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Premier League top scorers: Vardy extends lead over Abraham, Rashford, Aubameyang

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1. Jamie Vardy: 16 goals

2. Tammy Abraham: 11 goals

3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 10 goals

4. Marcus Rashford: 10 goals

5. Sergio Aguero: 9 goals

6. Sadio Mane: 9 goals

7. Harry Kane: 9 goals

8. Danny Ings: 9 goals

9. Raheem Sterling: 8 goals

10. Teemu Pukki: 8 goals

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'It's strange for a big team': Pellegrini taking Arsenal lightly as Gunners look to turn form around

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‘It’s strange for a big team’: West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini expects to face Arsenal side hungry to win as Freddie Ljungberg aims to end winless streak

  • West Ham will host Arsenal on Monday night in a Premier League clash 
  • Arsenal are on a miserable run, having gone nine games without a win 
  • West Ham’s form is no better, with Pellegrini’s job at risk in East London 
  • The former Man City boss called Arsenal’s situation ‘strange for a big team’ 

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini will not be taking Arsenal lightly despite their woeful form.

The Gunners head to east London on Monday night on the back of a nine-match winless streak, their worst run in 42 years.

Arsenal would appear to be there for the taking as the Hammers go in search of only their second win in 10 in the league.

Manuel Pellegrini is expecting a tough challenge against Arsenal despite their 'strange' form

Manuel Pellegrini is expecting a tough challenge against Arsenal despite their ‘strange’ form

Freddie Ljungberg is yet to win as boss in two games since taking over from Unai Emery

Freddie Ljungberg is yet to win as boss in two games since taking over from Unai Emery

Freddie Ljungberg is yet to win as boss in two games since taking over from Unai Emery

The Irons fell to another loss to Wolves in midweek, as they continue to struggle for form

The Irons fell to another loss to Wolves in midweek, as they continue to struggle for form

The Irons fell to another loss to Wolves in midweek, as they continue to struggle for form 

But Pellegrini is anticipating a backlash and warned: ‘I expect to see a team that will try to reverse their results.

‘They have a lot of top players so we cannot be confident that, just because they are not in a good moment, we are going to win the game. We must try to win the game by having a good performance.

‘The advantage we will take is if we play a good game, if we are solid in defence and creative in attack. That’s what the result depends on.

‘It’s strange for a big team (that in) the last 20 years normally play in the Champions League, but football is like that. From one game to another the results change.

‘Is it a good time to play them? The time for our team depends more on our performance than what is happening with the other team.’

West Ham sit just a point off the bottom three, but Pellegrini says he is not fighting for his job

West Ham sit just a point off the bottom three, but Pellegrini says he is not fighting for his job

West Ham sit just a point off the bottom three, but Pellegrini says he is not fighting for his job

Freddie Ljungberg will be in the opposition dugout as Arsenal’s search for a permanent new manager goes on.

Pellegrini admits the Swede, a former Gunners and Hammers midfielder, has a tough task on his hands.

‘Of course for him it is a big challenge in a bad moment for Arsenal,’ added Pellegrini.

‘He is a young manager just starting his career and he will do it the best he can do it. It is not easy but he knows that club well.’

Pellegrini has problems of his own, with West Ham edging perilously close to the drop zone, but as usual he rejected any suggestions that he is battling to save his job.

‘As I always say, the pressure doesn’t link with the results,’ he said. ‘The pressure for me is in every game, to do it better, play well and win the game.

‘You do not need to be in a bad position, without a win in so many games, to start to feel the pressure. Pressure is there always.’



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Arsenal stance on Massimiliano Allegri could change due to former Juventus boss' comments

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Arsenal may no longer consider Massimiliano Allegri to be their next manager because the former Juventus boss is not keen on returning to work before the summer. According to Goal, Allegri is high on the Gunners’ shortlist but his insistence of extending his sabbatical may not work for the north Londoners.

The Italian was interviewed for the job in 2018 before Unai Emery’s appointment and remains interested in the position.

But the successful manager has taken some time off ever since leaving Juve last summer and is very happy with the way things are.

When asked when he will come back to action, Allegri said: “In June. I don’t know if you can call it a sabbatical or not.

“Giovanni [Branchini] and I immediately came to that decision.

“As soon as the relationship with Juventus came to an end, the decision was to take a year out.

“I had 18 years as a player and I’ve been in coaching for 16. I stopped this year after 34.

“I’m happy. I have a chance to reflect, go and talk to people, do things in my private life that I’m passionate about, like going to the theatre, some art exhibitions, reading books.”

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