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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang told to ‘accept’ Man City transfer if they make Arsenal raid

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang should join Manchester City if he chooses to leave Arsenal in the summer transfer window, according to Gunners hero Charlie Nicholas.

Aubameyang’s future at the Emirates is in serious doubt heading into the final year of his contract, with reports suggesting Mikel Arteta and co are ready to cash in on their star striker after failing to convince him to sign an extension.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are reportedly interested in prising the 30-year-old away from England, while Manchester United are also believed to be eyeing up a potential deal.

But Nicholas has identified City as Aubameyang’s most attractive option, admitting he could replace veteran forward Sergio Aguero at the Etihad.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang looks likely to leave Arsenal in the summer transfer window
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“I do not think Aubameyang is seeking to leave,” he told Sporting Life. “He is a superstar at Arsenal.

“He was only a star at [Borussia] Dortmund. If he is thinking about leaving, are Manchester United going to give you more opportunities as it stands? I do not think so.

“Would he get into Liverpool’s side? No.

Manchester United are said to be interested in the striker, but Charlie Nicholas doesn’t think they will offer him any greater opportunities
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“Manchester City could be an option so that he could replace Sergio Aguero, but the only alternatives are two giants of Spain, but I do not think he is that type.

“If it was City or the two giants, I would accept it, but the rest I cannot be convinced that he would be guaranteed game time.

If Aubameyang leaves the Gunners, Nicholas insists Manchester City would be his most attractive option, where he could replace Sergio Aguero
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