Chelsea and Barcelona has reached full agreement for the signing of Aubameyang with Marcos Alonso included in the deal.
Chelsea and Barcelona forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang agree on a contract.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, his team, and Chelsea have reportedly reached a “complete agreement,” according to Fabrizio Romano on Twitter, regarding the player’s contract.
The transfer expert continues by saying that Barcelona and the Blues are still attempting to finalize a deal before today’s transfer window deadline. The 33-year-old striker has been offered a two-year contract.
There is a possibility that it could be extended by an additional year under an option. A player’s assent to terms is usually advantageous because it will prevent the club from having to deal with them again should they and the club ultimately agree on a transfer.
The only obstacle standing between Chelsea and the Gabon international now appears to be Barca. After joining Barcelona from Bayern Munich, manager Xavi Hernandez is aware that Robert Lewandowski will be the one to spearhead the team’s offensive efforts this year.
Aubameyang might be a wise short-term investment.
The 33-year-old is now left hanging and dry. He joined the Camp Nou team in January after leaving Arsenal, but the club could potentially move him after bringing in a striker like Lewandowski.
Given the goal-scoring record of the Poland international with Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich in Germany, no one can blame them either. That makes it the perfect opportunity for us to sign Auba.
During a Premier League match versus Chelsea, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang keeps control of the ball.
We have space in our attack for Aubameyang since Timo Werner, who returned to RB Leipzig permanently earlier this summer, and Romelu Lukaku have left for Inter Milan on loan deals, respectively.
After the likely arrival of the African striker, Kai Havertz’s position as a center-forward may be the one that is most in danger. It is time for manager Thomas Tuchel to make a call because he appears to be having trouble playing the number nine position.
In Chelsea’s five league games so far this season, the Germany international has yet to score a goal and hasn’t sent up a single assist.