Is this why big clubs avoid to sign him?

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has responded to criticism about his relationship with YouTube channel AFTV* with a defiant message on social media.

The Arsenal striker was recently made club captain by Unai Emery after the decision was taken to strip Granit Xhaka of the armband following his outburst towards supporters who jeered him off in the draw with Crystal Palace.

However, that decision is said to have irritated a number of the Gunners squad (we all know or suspect who they can be) due to his affiliation with AFTV, previously known as Arsenal Fan TV, with many at the club & fans feeling the content has increased negativity and targeted certain players.

This is why big clubs avoid to sign him and he will retire without league medal and CL medal

Aubameyang is also said to have invited Troopz, who is one of AFTV’s biggest contributors, to watch games from his executive box, which is usually reserved for family and friends.

In response to the claims, Aubameyang who is on international duty with Gabon for Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Congo DR and Angola, dismissed the rumours.

I just arrived in Gabon and heard a lot of b*t” he wrote on Instagram.

I talk with who I want, whenever I want and if somebody’s not happy with… you already know.

The short message ended with a middle-finger emoji.

Social media has got mad with comments in favour the striker but many against like this two fans called Don_Giovanni2021 & mr awill

Yes I’m sure the players who get abused all the time will love this post by their captain

mr awil
This is why big clubs avoid to sign him and he will retire without league medal and CL medal

Arsenal are sixth in the Premier League having lost their most recent match 2-0 to Leicester on Saturday.

*AFTV is an succesful youtube channel which is the voice of a number of Arsenal fans (usually the same fans every week) who give the reaccions outside the stadiums (home/away) after their match.

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