Arsenal ready big-money contract offer for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Arsenal are ready to offer striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a £250,000-a-week deal to extend his stay at the Emirates Stadium.

Manager Mikel Arteta has previously admitted he is eager to sign Aubameyang to a new deal and is hopeful the Gunners can convince him that staying at the club would not be a waste of his career. .

Contract talks are understood to be progressing well/Pool/Getty Images

According to The Telegraph, talks have gone so well that Arsenal are now finalizing their first official offer to Aubameyang, who is expected to earn a base salary of £250,000-a-week plus the chance to earn more through bonuses. .

Aubameyang has made it clear he would consider signing new terms at the Emirates, but personal terms are believed to be the least of his concerns. Instead, he wants to see a plan for the future.

A few months ago, the 31-year-old was expected to leave in search of a club that will play in the Champions League next season, but Arsenal’s surge in performances helped convince Aubameyang. That they can take back the Gunners. For Europe’s top competition in the near future.

Aubameyang wants Arsenal to prove his faith in Arteta / Sebastian Frege / MB Media / Getty Images

He is happy at Arsenal but wants to see proof from the club’s hierarchy that they are willing to back Arteta in the transfer market to help the Gunners close the gap on the top four.

The boss has already made Aubameyang aware of his vision for Arsenal, and that kind of passion and commitment has helped convince him it will be worth sticking around, but he More than Arteta’s word is needed before putting pen to paper.

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? @Aubameyang7

— Arsenal (@Arsenal) July 19, 2020

Arteta previously admitted that a lack of financial support was a ‘big concern’ for him moving forward, although he later backtracked on comments that Arsenal would be able to achieve their targets this summer.

Winning the FA Cup, and therefore qualifying for the Europa League, would give Arteta some more transfer funds to play with, which could prove crucial in Arsenal’s efforts to keep hold of their star.

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