The crisis brought on by the coronavirus pandemic will change everything. Arsenal are aware that there will be no large signings this season. Therefore, according to ‘The Sun’, the ‘Gunners’ have considerably lowered economic expectations with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: they would let him leave for 35 million.
The transfer window has not even begun, and in fact, we do not know when it will start. Yet another consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before the coronavirus entered the picture, Arsenal were hoping to cash in on Aubameyang.
But with the health crisis, no club in the world will be able to afford large transfer. Transfers of more than 100 million euros are a thing of the past.
So, according to ‘The Sun’, Arsenal have changed their position. The newspaper states that the English club would be satisfied with 35 million euros in this new situation.
Because, in addition to the health crisis, we must remember that Aubameyang’s contract with Arsenal ends in 2021. That means that, if they don’t let him out in the summer and the player doesn’t want to extend his contract, then he could go to any team for free in the summer of next year.
Meanwhile, Aubameyang’s father has reportedly recommended his son to extend with the Gunners. It remains to be seen whether the Gabonese player will follow his advice…