pierre-Emerick Obameyang is getting attention from Saudi Arabia.
Recently, Saudi Arabia’s interest in European league players is hot. After signing Cristiano Ronaldo last winter, he continues to gain access to world class players. Lionel Messi, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Luka Modric and Toni Kroos have been linked to transfer rumors, and recently Karim Benzema’s move to Saudi Arabia has been almost confirmed.먹튀검증
Aubameyang also received attention. European football transfer expert Fabricio Romano said Al-Ahli and Al-Shabab had approached Barcelona target Aubameyang.
Aubameyang is also a player with thick bones in the European leagues. He is a player who has experienced all five European leagues, including France, Germany, England, and Spain, after passing through the Italian league, and was even the top scorer in Germany and England.
That’s how glamorous the career is. He won trophies in a total of four leagues and was named African Footballer of the Year in 2015. He scored more than 300 goals in his career, and he also enjoyed an era by boasting fast speed and formidable scoring power.
But this season, it’s the ‘worst’ itself. He left Barcelona to join Chelsea, but it didn’t help at all. He participated in 21 matches, including the cup competition, scored only 3 goals and 1 assist, and played less than 1000 minutes. Among Chelsea fans, he showed only a disappointing appearance to the extent that there was a sound called ‘a spy’ sent by Arsenal.
Eventually, the coming summer is likely to leave. Chelsea are already planning a rebuild under Mauricio Pochettino and are preparing to sell many players, including Aubameyang. A clear No. 9 hasn’t been built yet, but with Christopher Nkunku joining and Romelu Lukaku returning, there’s no room for Aubameyang.
Currently, Aubameyang is aiming to return to Barcelona. However, as he is also old and Barcelona is prioritizing Messi’s return, it is unclear whether his dream will come true. In this situation, Saudi Arabia has approached, and it cannot be ruled out that Obama will head to Saudi Arabia to spend the last years of his career.