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The Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of arsenal has attracted to hit back at claims that the Gabon striker just left Borussia Dortmund for money.
The claim has been made with Dortmund primary executive Hans-Joachim Watzke in a meeting for a newspaper.
The 30-year-old moved to Arsenal from the German bar for a fee of #56m in January 2018.
“Better for you I never talk about why I actually left Dortmund Mr Watzke. You are such a clown,” Aubameyang tweeted.
“I recall that time you stated we gonna sell Ousmane [Dembele], then you saw over 100m, you had been the first to take that cash.
“Don’t talk about cash please. Leave me alone please,” he further added.
Watzke was speaking about the near future of England player Jadon Sancho, who’s in his third season at Dortmund, when he made this pointed reference about the prior participant of his club.
He advised Suddeutsche Zeitung:”Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who plays good at Arsenal, will probably be warm-hearted if he appears at his bank account, but on Wednesdays he is going to be saddened when he’s to watch the Champions League on television.”
In his response, Aubameyang referred to the death of France ahead Ousmane Dembele at the summer of 2017, who had been sold from the German club Barcelona for #135.5m.
Since Aubameyang moved into the Emirates he hasn’t played in the Champions League, even though finishing the 2018/19 Premier League year as top scorer with 22 goals alongside Liverpool duo Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
The Gunners have failed to make up for the Champions League for the previous three successive seasons.
Dortmund currently top Group F in the competition following a 2-0 win at Slavia Prague on Wednesday.
Arsenal host side Standard Liege in the Europa League on Thursday.
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