Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang warns Arsenal in four words.


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang warns Arsenal in four words. In advance of their awkward reunion, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang warns Arsenal in four words. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Chelsea has said, “Arsenal, it’s nothing personal,” in an effort to inflame feelings between the two teams ahead of this weekend’s match.

On Sunday afternoon, the two London rivals square off at Stamford Bridge as the Gunners try to maintain their incredible campaign start. Although the match itself is significant from the standpoint of the title chase, Aubameyang himself stands to benefit even more from it.

The Gabonese forward is poised to play against his previous team for the first time since his spectacular departure from Spanish powerhouse Barcelona as a result of a falling out with manager Mikel Arteta.

Due to a conduct issue, he lost his captaincy at the Emirates Stadium, and on deadline day, he completed his transfer to Camp Nou. Shortly after, a popular video of Aubameyang criticizing Arteta reappeared.

Large players and big characters are too much for Arteta to handle, he claimed. Young players without a voice are what he needs. They give ear.

The striker then made a second statement in which he clarified his earlier remarks and set up an intriguing matchup between his former and current teams.

“I’m aware there’s a video out there that was shot right after I got to Barca. I still harbored a lot of resentment at the moment. “Arsenal is having a terrific season, and I wish all my former guys well, but not on November 6,” Aubameyang remarked.

After appearing in the most recent teaser for this weekend’s game on BT Sport, the striker has now tried to hype up spectators. Their most recent television commercial features recognizable shots of Didier Drogba, Joe Cole, Thierry Henry, and the historic touchline brawl between former managers Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger.

Aubameyang, who also starts, had a straightforward message for his former team before the match. He said, “Arsenal, nothing personal,” looking directly at the camera.

“I am back. I’m in blue. The 33-year-old continued, “I’m ready.

Aubameyang, who assisted his team in winning the FA Cup, naturally scored 92 goals in 163 games for the Gunners. With three goals in his first 11 appearances for the Blues in all competitions, he has had a sporadic start to life at Chelsea. His lone goal since returning to the Premier League was scored last month when Chelsea defeated Crystal Palace 2-1.

If he leads his new team to victory, the Blues might pass Manchester United and move up to the fifth place. In the meantime, should Manchester City lose to Fulham, Arsenal would have the chance to increase their lead over the league’s second-place team to five points.