Piers Morgan believes Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the perfect participant Arsenal have had for the final 10 years.
The Gunners captain has scored a formidable 61 targets in 97 video games since arriving in a £56million deal from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018.
However with only one 12 months left on his contract, Aubameyang is but to signal contemporary phrases amid reported curiosity from Barcelona and Chelsea.
And lifelong Arsenal fan Morgan insists he can be ‘distraught’ if the ‘world class’ striker left the membership.
Talking to talkSPORT at Paddy Energy’s Golf Shootout, the Good Morning Britain host stated: “Aubameyang is our greatest participant that we’ve had for 10 years with none doubt.
“He’s a superb goalscorer, his observe document has been improbable since he joined us. He’s an important man, he’s an important spirit to have in that dressing room. He’s a correct skilled world class footballer. He’s the one one we’ve obtained.
“So I’d be distraught if we misplaced Aubameyang. However then I’ve spent a lot of the final 15 years being distraught as an Arsenal fan, so it might be totally in line with the emotional stress my membership has put me by way of.”
Morgan believes Aubameyang may soar ship if he feels Arsenal aren’t aggressive to win trophies.
Robin van Persie infamously swapped Arsenal for Manchester United in 2012 and went on to win the Premier League title in his debut season at Outdated Trafford.
Morgan added: “We’ve obtained to make him the precedence, I feel [Arsenal boss Mikel] Arteta is.
“Aubameyang likes taking part in at Arsenal, however the clock is ticking on his profession, notably with coronavirus taking out months of his profession when he’s in his 30s.
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“He must suppose he could be someplace that’s going to be aggressive and win. I completely get that.
“I look again at Van Persie, I hated him for leaving and hated him much more for going to Man United.
‘Whenever you look again, was it a foul resolution by Robin van Persie to do this? It’s very exhausting to say that it was. We weren’t a aggressive membership and hadn’t been for the reason that 2005/06 season.”