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Aubameyang signs long term contract with Arsenal

Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has signed a three year deal ending 2023 as confirmed by the club.

The good news was revealed on the official club’s website and the strikers social media account.

31-year-old striker revealed his dream for the club is to leave a legacy and lift more trophies under the leadership of Mikel Arteta.

Since joining the club in 2018 from German Borrusia Dortmund he has netted a total of 72 goals in 111 appearance for the Gunners.

In his first season, he netted a total of 22 goals in the Premier League winning the Golden Boot ahead of Liverpool duo of Sane and Salah.

Last season, the Gabon international netted crucial goals in the FA Cup final against Chelsea and this season against Liverpool in the Community Shield lifting both cups.

Speaking on Tuesday, Aubameyang revealed how he had no doubt of staying at the club given the amazing support from his family and players.

Mikel Arteta revealed how important the former Borrusia Dortmund man is important at the club given the goal tally at the club since his arrival.

He continued by saying that Aubameyang intends to leave a mark at the club and in Europe at large just like other players before him.

Aubameyang signs long term contract with Arsenal
Alex Kiprop
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