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Chelsea About To Sign Aubameyang From Barcelona For £10m Plus Marcos Alonso
Aubameyang, a former Arsenal striker who has joined Chelsea and is returning to London
In exchange, Barca get a new defender.
According to GOAL, an agreement has been reached that will allow the former Arsenal striker to move back to London, which means Chelsea is getting closer to signing a seasoned Premier League performer. As part of that transfer arrangement, a defender who represents Spain internationally will return to his country of origin.
Aubameyang is expected to sign a two-year deal at Stamford Bridge with a one-year extension option. The footballer is presently residing in a hotel after being the victim of a house invasion and robbery last week and is hoping that his future will be decided quickly.
The player is hoping to have his future decided as soon as possible, as he is currently chilling in a hotel after he was the victim of a home invasion and robbery last week. Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has a close relationship with Aubameyang from their time together at Borussia Dortmund, and after a wobbly start to 2022-23, the head coach hopes the Gabon international can bring a spark to the club.
Barcelona are hoping that Aubameyang’s departure – and the potential exit of Miralem Pjanic – will free up funds and allow them to strengthen before the transfer window closes.
The Blues desperately need to find inspiration from somewhere as a 2-1 defeat at Southampton on Tuesday has left them with just seven points to their name from five games this season.
Here we go: Marcos Alonso to Barça and Pierre Aubameyang to Chelsea! Complete agreement is achieved. Barcelona will be charged €14 million. #DeadlineDay
Aubameyang will depart for London at roughly 5:00 p.m. two years plus an additional option.
Alonso is in Spain for a medical exam and to sign a three-year
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