Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has responded to former striker Aubameyang’s “unfinished business” remark, following his move to Chelsea.
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The former Arsenal captain joined Chelsea from Barcelona in a player-plus-cash deal on deadline day. Chelsea offered Alonso plus £10.3 million to Barca for Aubameyang’s services.
Until his spat with Mikel Arteta, Aubameyang was a fan favorite at Arsenal. The former captain had a great relationship with Arteta until he was abruptly dropped from the squad for disciplinary reasons.
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He was deposed as captain, his contract was terminated, and he was sent to Barcelona on a free transfer.
Aubameyang scored 13 goals to help Barcelona reach the Champions League. But the arrival of Lewandowski made him surplus to requirements.
And, after joining Chelsea, he claims to have ‘unfinished business.’ In response to his move to Chelsea, Arteta stated:
I’m sure he’s made that decision because he wants to change again and find the best possible for his future, and we here wish him the best of luck.