Arsenal are tempting to unleash the goal scoring beast in Aubameyang as Gunners promise higher wages than that of Mesut Ozil.
Aubameyang has never failed to prove his worth, ever since he joined Arsenal for a then record deal of £56m from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018.
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The 30-year-old striker has netted 43 goals in 43 goals in 67 appearances for Gunners, of which 2 are from his 2 appearances this new season.
Despite having been linked to some top flight teams during the Premier League window, Aubameyang never pushed for a deal to leave Emirates Stadium, even though he still have to fight for a Champions League spot at Arsenal.
These professional traits have just instigated the Head of Football at Emirates Stadium to wanting to reward the French man, if only he can shoot the team into the top four.
According to Daily Telegraph, Raul Sanllehi is currently working on devising means to have Aubameyang earn higher than the club’s highest earner, Mesut Ozil.
It’s believed that the former Barcelona man plans to make this possible by bonus incentives as the Northerners can’t hand out any wage higher than that of Mesut’s.
Aubameyang is currently earning £200,000 per week spent as a Gunner but if only he can be consistent in his scoring spree, he would be handed bonuses that could see him pocket higher than Mesut Ozil’s £350,000 per week contract.
Raul Sanllehi has also been hailed for his abilities to have successfully sealed all the deals he was linked to, during the transfer window. From Nicolas Pepe to Ceballos and lastly the late arriving defenders, David Luiz and Kieran Tierney.
Raul was able to secure these signings despite having tight budget issues to deal with and has been greatly hailed for convincing Lille to accepting installmental payments for Pepe.
Aubameyang, last season shared the Golden Boot awards with Liverpool Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah as Arsenal looks to convince the former BVB man into penning an extension to his 2021 deadline contract.
Arsenal prepares to battle defending European Champions, Liverpool on their next Premier League fixture before their derby match with Spurs.