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Sport Arteta declares his love for Aubameyang

10:40  02 august  2020
10:40  02 august  2020 Source:   sports.fr

Premier League: Aubameyang extension? Arteta "confident"

 Premier League: Aubameyang extension? Arteta Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta has been optimistic about the possible whereabouts of striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (31). © Provided by SPOX Interview with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and his trainer Mikel Arteta. "I am confident that he will extend his contract," the Spaniard told Sky Sports: "I am pleased with the way the discussions are going. I like what I hear. I am sure that both parties agree. The faster the better.

Mikel Arteta said: ‘I want him to stay, it’s about getting the deal done’ after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ’s FA Cup final-winning performance Despite negotiations proving inconclusive, Arteta remains confident Arsenal have shown their star striker sufficient love to ensure he sticks around.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should stay at Arsenal to learn how to lift trophies, head coach Mikel Arteta said following Saturday’s FA Cup final win over Christian Pulisic had given the Blues an early lead at an empty Wembley but Arsenal rallied, Aubameyang tucking home a penalty to level before

Arteta Aubameyang © Supplied by Sports.fr Arteta Aubameyang Arsenal won the 14th Cup in its history this Saturday. The two-time goalscorer and hero of the Gunners, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, received a true declaration of love from his coach, Mikel Arteta, eager more than anything to keep him. Courted by major European teams, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would undoubtedly leave Arsenal this summer. The only condition that can retain the captain of the Gunners would be to play a European Cup. It's been done since this Saturday. The Gabonese international took it upon himself to score a double in the FA Cup final against Chelsea (2-1) in order to turn things around and give the London club its 14th national cup. More than a trophy, he sent Arsenal to Europa League next season because without this title, the Gunners would not have crossed the borders of the kingdom in the 2020/21 season. “In great matches, there are great moments for great players. He did it in the semi-final and he did it again in the final. His words are made by Mikel Arteta, the coach of the Gunners. “That's what you expect from great players. Some wondered if he was able to do it in big matches, it's done. We are so proud to have a player like him ”even outbid the Spanish technician. Well aware that his striker illuminated the end of his first season as head coach. And that he especially issued him a passport for the Europa League next season. "what I expect from him, the team that I want to build around him, (...) we must promote him" From now on another, relatively perilous match will be played behind the scenes because the player must be convinced to stay. This seduction operation therefore began with the aforementioned compliments from the coach. And to be sure that the message gets through, the ex-deputy of Pep Guardiola has declared his love for him. By confirming that he was the center of his attention and that he wanted to build his future team around him. “Everything is based on my conversations with him, how he sees the future, what I expect from him, the team I want to build around him. At the club everyone respects him, we admire him, the players are behind him, we must value him. Will the romance on the Thames continue?

Arsenal to cut 55 jobs due to financial damage from pandemic .
LONDON (AP) — Arsenal is cutting 55 jobs due to the financial damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen fans shut out of stadiums. In a statement issued Wednesday, head of football Raul Sanllehi and managing director Vinai Venkatesham pointed to severe drops in broadcast revenue. They also moved to assure supporters that investment into the team will continue, despite the loss of jobs, which will come across some soccer departments as well as commercial and administrative roles.

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