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Report: CL club are ready to sign Arsenal star Aubameyang, but on one condition

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According to CalcioMercato, Italian giants Juventus will not say no if Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is offered to them in the January transfer window. However, there’s a catch.

Aubameyang has been one of Arsenal’s most important players since he joined them. His last 18 months have been awful, but Mikel Arteta kept his faith in him and gave him opportunities to regain his form.

However, a disciplinary breach earlier this month really angered the Arsenal boss. Aubameyang was dropped from the side and was subsequently stripped of his captaincy.

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His future is now up in the air and Juventus are said to be keen.

Juventus are ready to sign Aubameyang, but on one condition

The report claims that Juventus, who lost Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United in the summer, would be interested in signing a new striker in next month’s transfer window.

Aubameyang, despite everything that has happened over the last 18 months, is still regarded as a top-quality forward in Europe. The player he was when he first joined Arsenal is still in him and at a club like Juventus, he could really thrive.

Juve are open to signing him, but their only condition is that the deal has to be a loan until the end of the season.

The Old Lady are not prepared to sign Aubameyang on a permanent deal next month, but if a loan deal can be agreed, they are more than willing to take him.

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Arteta looks like he’s done with Aubameyang at the moment. It won’t be a surprise at all to see the Arsenal boss force him out next month, and Juventus would be a great club for him.

The Gabon star looks like he needs a change of scenery to get back to his best. At a club like Juventus and alongside the likes of Paulo Dybala and Federico Chiesa, he could rediscover his form, which would make him a really dangerous player.

A move to Turin will also get Aubameyang back into the Champions League, a competition he hasn’t played in since he joined Arsenal in January 2018.

It will be interesting to see what happens with Aubameyang. Keeping him around if he changes his attitude would not be the worst idea for Arsenal, but if an opportunity to move him on does come up, Arteta, Edu and co should do it!

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