Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang responds to Man Utd approach after Chelsea offer
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is determined to joining Chelsea after a late methodology from Manchester United, as indicated by reports.
Barcelona are hoping to offload one of their top workers to advance their monetary circumstance and Aubameyang is among the players who could leave Camp Nou before the finish of the window.
Chelsea have held broad discussions to sign Aubameyang as Thomas Tuchel is quick to enroll another striker following the flight of Romelu Lukaku recently.
Joined have likewise taken action to sign Aubameyang and reports have guaranteed that the former Arsenal chief could be offered a more drawn out agreement than the one Chelsea have introduced.
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In any case, Fabrizio Romano reports that Aubameyang has proactively concurred individual terms with Chelsea and the 33-year-old needs to play in the Champions League, which United can’t offer.
Chelsea have not yet agreed with Barcelona over a charge for Aubameyang, and it’s perceived that the Spanish club are waiting for an expense near €30 million (£25.3m).
Chelsea have presented a €20m (£16.9m) bid for the current week and furthermore have the choice to incorporate Marcos Alonso as a component of the arrangement.
Alonso is quick to join Barcelona this summer, while the Spanish club have recognized the Chelsea defender as their top objective to reinforce their left flank.
Joined together, in the mean time, are hoping to enlist another striker before the transfer window closes.
Cristiano Ronaldo is as yet pushing to leave Old Trafford, while Ten Hag would not preclude the chance of marking another striker before the month’s end.
‘We plan with him [Ronaldo] and we stay on track and assuming that there are great players accessible we will strike since we need to fortify the crew generally,’ Ten Hag said after United’s 1-0 win over Southampton on Saturday.
‘So we will be ready as late as possible into the window.’