Chelsea flop Aubameyang receives ban from FIFA as he tries to leave Chelsea
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has said he wants to leave Chelsea, but there’s a problem that would prevent him.
It has been discovered that the Gabonese striker, who has been linked to Atletico Madrid, can only play for Chelsea and Barcelona because of his contract.
Aubameyang moved from Barcelona to Chelsea in the summer, when Thomas Tuchel was still the manager at Stamford bridge. But since Graham Potter became head coach after Tuchel was fired, it’s been hard for him to play.
The issue began when Potter put Aubameyang in for one of his players in the fourth minute of the game against Manchester City the week before and then took him off the field in the 67th.
So, Arsenal’s former captain has started making plans for his departure from the London club.
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On the other hand, a player transfer expert named Fabrizio Romano says that FIFA rules say Aubameyang can only play for Barcelona and Chelsea. Without question.
“I’ve heard that Barça would be happy to get Aubameyang back, but there are some conditions: the transfer must be completely free, the salary terms must change, and Memphis Depay must leave the club (Atlético wants him)”.