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Wright wants Aubameyang to stay

Aubameyang will reach the final year of his contract this summer and another deal has yet to be negotiated, meaning the Gunners should sell or face losing him a year down the line to no end.

Since joining the club in January 2018 the Gabon star has been productive, scoring 61 times in 97 appearances at all rivalries.

Wright wants Aubameyang to stay

Ian Wright, an arsenal legend, says he’s ‘praying’ Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains at the club this summer yet admits he’s ‘has the right to play at a level where he can win stuff.’

He came close last season to winning silverware, as Arsenal was beaten by London rivals Chelsea in the Europa League final, yet with a transitional period expected under Mikel Arteta, Wright says the 30-year-old ought not to be blamed for proceeding onward.

“In case I will stay here and consider Aubameyang at his career level, maybe attempting to win something, maybe the last chance and individuals say Real Madrid is sniffing around him,” Wright said to Sport.

Wright said that with the way Aubameyang scores goals in his career, he would do anything for it. Aubameyang has also won stuff in Germany.

He added saying that, “It relies upon whether Aubameyang has the patience to wait for this to kick in however on the off chance that he didn’t have the foggiest idea what individuals may say at his age, he’s somebody who has the right to play at a level where he can win things. Based on his passion, the individuals around him and what they mean to him, the amount he adores the club – and I realize he cherishes the club enormously – you have to trust it would be sufficient for him to live. In any case, I’m not going to stay here and say anything aside from wanting him to enjoy all that life has to offer for what he does so I’m planning to God that he’s staying at Arsenal.”

Aubameyang’s new contract at Arsenal will last until the summer of 2021 and it is accounted for that Paris Saint-Germain joined Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Madrid in the search of the attacker.