Aubameyang may be handing potential escape route out of Arsenal

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With Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s career at Arsenal all-but-over at the moment as things would seem, the Gabon international might be hoping that he is able to get away from the club in the upcoming transfer window.

Indeed, it is a real shame with how things have turned out as the African forward had been a hugely influential figure at the club over the last few years since making the move from Borussia Dortmund, including being named the team’s captain which he has since lost.

However, it would seem that his lack of discipline has cost him dearly, as Mikel Arteta has decided enough is enough after breaching club rules for another time. He has since been left out of the Spaniard’s squad for the last three games, all of which Arsenal have been able to win and he has likely had to sit at home and check out the best USA online casinos possible to use.

Actually, it would seem that some fans would not be too disappointed with the situation that has presented itself, with many believing that he is a hindrance in their efforts to restore the club’s status in regard to achieving European football.

The 32-year-old does still have 18 months left on a contract that is understood to be worth £350,000-a-week, which means it could be difficult for a team to try and complete a deal for him in January.

Nonetheless, it would seem that Aubameyang may have a few options on the table if a deal is able to be secured between each of the parties involved.

A report from Italian publication Tuttosport, Juventus are understood to be interested in acquiring the out-of-favour striker, with FC Barcelona also said to be interested in the attacker.

Juventus are struggling upfront at the moment, with Massimiliano Allegri’s side having had an awful start to the Serie A campaign, and the team require a forward he could put the ball in the back of the net. Additionally, the futures of Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata appear to be uncertain at the moment too.

It does, though, appear that a permanent move for Aubameyang might not be on the cards as the Old Lady are not quite keen on splashing out on the player and might have to play at in order to raise additional funds, which is why a possible loan deal is being touted at the moment.

Nonetheless, the Gabon international will want to leave the club at the soonest possible moment if he is not to get in Arteta’s squad in the very near future, although it is worth remembering he will be representing Gabon at the Africa Cup of Nations in January, where they will compete in Group C against Comoros, Ghana and Morocco.