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Arsenal news: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hints at ‘separation’ as Gunners revolution continues

Former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was allowed a free transfer to Barcelona in January as manager Mikel Arteta put his faith in young players

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has hinted at ‘parting’ from Arsenal after his January transfer deadline day moved Barcelona.

The former Gunners captain has been allowed to leave on a free transfer by manager Mikel Arteta after a disciplinary breach in December saw him ostracized from the rest of the Arsenal team.

And the forward has now responded to popular Arsenal fan and TV personality Piers Morgan claiming that he misses the Gabonese player playing for the team.

It comes as Mikel Arteta continues to put his faith in youth with another academy graduate set to be handed a long-term contract.

And Alan Shearer stood firm against Alexandre Lacazette’s defence.

This is Mirror Football’s latest Arsenal titles.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has impressed since moving from Arsenal to Barcelona (Image by Eric Alonso / Getty Images)

Shearer protects Lacazette

Premier League Legendary Alan Shearer stood in defense of Arsenal captain Alexandre Lacazette after the Gunners’ 2-0 win Leicester City.

Lacazette has been targeted to help his team boost their hopes Champions League qualification as he expertly hit a penalty into the top left corner of Kasper Schmeichel’s goal after stuttering as he ran up.

But the Leicester keeper appeared displeased about the spot-kick situation as he rushed forward and rushed to referee Anthony Taylor to complain shortly after conceding a goal.

But Match of the Day expert Shearer doesn’t think Lacazette did anything wrong.

Read the full story here.

Arteta believes in youth

Mikel Arteta seems to continue to put his faith in youth as part of his Arsenal revolution, with one of the club’s Hale End academy graduates set to be handed a new long-term contract.

Arsenal’s squad has become significantly younger under Arteta’s leadership, with the likes of Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka having become regulars at a team with the youngest average age in the Premier League. is 24.3.

And now, academy star Brooke Norton-Cuffy is said to have been offered a new contract to keep him at the club after a string of impressive performances that seem to have caught Arteta’s attention. .

The new deal could signal Arteta’s plans for the youngster next season.

Read the full story here.

Aubameyang hinted about ‘separation’

Former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has hinted that he will ‘break up’ with the club.

Aubameyang left the Emirates Stadium on the January transfer deadline day when Mikel Arteta allowed him to leave Barcelona on a free basis following a disciplinary breach in December.

The incident caused the Gabon player to be stripped of the captaincy as he was dropped from the teams of the following match and had to practice alone.

And the decision to let him go has been hugely controversial, with prominent Arsenal fan and TV personality Piers Morgan, supporters going to criticize the move.

But Aubameyang has now responded to Morgan’s criticism by saying: “Everybody benefits from a breakup sometimes.”

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