Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has refused to clarify his future following the FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium.
The Gunners defeated their London rivals 2-1, with Aubameyang scoring a brace to fire Mikel Arteta’s side to glory after Christian Pulisic opened the scoring for the Blues.
Aubameyang, who finished as the second top-scorer in the Premier League in the recent campaign, has seen his future shrouded by speculation in recent months.
The former Borussia Dortmund man has entered the final 12 months of his deal at the Emirates Stadium and, if no new deal is secured, would be free to leave on a free transfer next year – potentially following in the footsteps of Aaron Ramsey two years ago.
Speaking after the FA Cup final, Aubameyang failed to quell speculation on his future after refusing to clarify whether he will remain at the Emirates Stadium.
“I’m really not thinking about this. I just want to enjoy this with the guys and take the trophy,” he told BT Sport when asked about his future.
Speaking about the victory, he said: “I think we deserved the win. Everyone gave their best today for the team and yeah, we deserve it. The journey has been long but today we’re enjoying this great game.”