Mikel Arteta insists Saturday’s FA Cup final will NOT be Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s last game for Arsenal… with European football on the line for the Gunners in clash against Chelsea
- Arsenal skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been linked with a move away
- Mikel Arteta’s side face the prospect of no European football next season
- The Gunners must win the FA Cup on Saturday to qualify for the Europa League
- However, Arteta remained defiant and does not believe the Gabonese will leave
Mikel Arteta believes the FA Cup final will not be be Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s last game for Arsenal.
But Arteta admits beating Chelsea in the Wembley showpiece will be vital towards keeping their 27-goal star.
Aubameyang, 31, goes into the showdown with his future in doubt given he has less than one year left on his current deal.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta insists captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will stay at the club
Aubameyang, 31, goes into Saturday’s FA Cup final against Chelsea with his future in doubt
Arsenal must win the FA Cup to qualify for the Europa League, which would provide a huge financial boost to Arteta’s hopes of rebuilding the squad and improve their chances of keeping Aubameyang.
But when asked whether he felt it could be Aubameyang’s last game for the Gunners, Arteta said: ‘No, I don’t have that feeling.
‘It’s a package at the end, you need to have a lot of ingredients on the table to persuade a player of his level to be at this football club.
Arteta remains defiant, insisting Saturday’s game won’t be Aubameyang’s last for Arsenal
‘It is a massive day. I wouldn’t like to talk or link too much these two factors but it’s a reality obviously that financially it would be really helpful and obviously from the sporting side as well to play in Europe for this club is a must.
‘Don’t forget that he still has a contract here with us and we want to keep him and do it in a more long term.
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