Aubameyang refuses to commit future to Arsenal despite his double firing Gunners to FA Cup final glory over Chelsea
Shehu Dauda Gar
Aug. 01, 2020
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG refused to commit his future to Arsenal after his double fired them to FA Cup glory.
The star striker scored either side of half-time to help the Gunners come from behind to win 2-1 at Wembley.
But while Arsenal fans will be delighted with their first trophy since Arsene Wenger retired Aubameyang's post-match comments may leave them concerned.
Asked if he could tell fans anything about his future, the Gabonese - who has been linked with Barcelona - said: "Nothing. Just today and the trophy. That's it.
"I am not thinking about this. I just want to enjoy it with the guys and take the trophy now.
"I think everyone gave their best today and we deserved it. The journey has been long but today we enjoyed it.
"It was a great evening, I will enjoy it tonight for sure.
"It was a poor start but everyone reacted with the right attitude and we did it.
"I am so happy for the team and the boys."
Ahead of the game Arsenal refused to let Aubameyang talk to the BBC .
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