Aubameyang Has A Massive Desire To Finish Unfinished Business in The PL

Aubameyang Has A Massive Desire To Finish Unfinished Business in The PL

Rumours have ben coming going all summer about the need for Barca to unload some high-paying stars after gambling their future revenue streams to be able the sign the likes or Raphinha, Robert Lewandovski, Jules Kounde, Dan Christensen but name a few.

Fortunately for Barca it emerged that Aubameyang had a massive desire to finish what he started in the Premier League and obviously feels reuniting with his former boss Thomas Tuchel and the squad he has assembled that he feels the best chance of a title with Chelsea with Tuchel adding plenty more quality as new owner Todd Boehly splashed the cash only 2nd behind the consistently extravagant but often disappointing United transfer buys.

Pierre-Emerick Abameyang enjoyed a fruitful time at Arsenal which sadly acrimoniously ended but the Gabonese hitman was able to secure a move to Barca for the 2nd half of last season and delivered a good goal return ratio to time played. However, Auba had a massive desire to leave La Liga when Lewandovski made it crystal clear the only club he was moving to from Bayern Munich was Barca the deal was wrapped up in days leaving Auba on the outside as there was no budget for both.

Fortuitously former Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel, now at Chelsea had a fruitful spell with Auba in Germany and was quick to work to add the striker to solve the misfiring false 9 system which was not working for Chelsea.

So this move seems to suit everyone and Auba and Tuchel have a excellent record with the Gabonese striker scoring on average a goal every 135 minutes at Dortmund while adding a goal very other game for Arsenal and has added a goal every 60 minutes in the 20 games he has played for Barca.

This move seems to me is a slam dunk for Chelsea they get a motivated striker still at the peak of his powers who is coming back to a city he knows with something to prove after he left under a cloud after words with Gunners boss Arteta. Returning to a league he knows and he is to join a squad of genuine depth and true quality. I am sure he feels like anything is possible this year but surely Arteta and company will be very focused and intent on gaining a much needed return to winning ways after the United loss on Sunday Vs Everton at the Emirates but more importantly laying down a marker to the League that this ain’t the same old Arsenal.

I have no ideas what went on at Arsenal with Auba but I thought he was always committed to the Gunners and I expect he will have something to say about where the title ends up and he also will relish playing in the Champions League where he belongs. Can’t knock the new owner he has backed Tuchel and now we can only hope the team gels quickly but it is so deep in players keeping a harmonious squad means the former PSG manager needs to be on his game.

It’s gonna be a cracking season with City looking strong early and plus an improved if a slightly more circumspect, solid United side under ETH while Spurs look like a formidable side under Conte who love or hate him is an excellent manager and makes the PL a much better league while Newcastle, Brighton, Brentford and Leeds are showing signs of stepping up to be able to be aiming at top 7-10 in the PL realistically. The PL is so competitive – if you’re not up for each game any team can take you down.

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