Reveals the latest Aubameyang upset Bohli and Chelsea

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Chelsea striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang once again upset the board and owner Todd Bohly over the weekend. After being left unnamed for a game at the Blues. Draw with Everton

  Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made Chelsea ‘unhappy’ again after he traveled to Barcelona for last weekend’s El Clasico. The Blues forward was seen celebrating with his former team-mates in the Catalan club’s changing room. After beating Real Madrid through an injury-time goal. Aubameyang’s move to Stamford Bridge was almost a ‘disaster’.

Reveals the latest Aubameyang upset Bohli and Chelsea

        The Gabon international was brought back to the Premier League by former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel. Before the German boss was sacked days later by Todd Bohli O. Bameyang has been linked with a move to Major League Soccer or even a possible return to Barcelona this UFABET summer. with his future at Chelsea in doubt after a dismal season with the Blues.

        Since moving from Barcelona in the summer Aubameyang has made 19 appearances and scored three goals, but it is absolutely clear that How much of an option is he in Potter’s squad? The 33-year-old was linked with a move away from west London in January. But Potter was quick to deny those claims. “No, nothing to report,” he said. “He trained with us this week. He supports his teammates. and while he was here He is doing what he has to do.”

 Now, Aubameyang reportedly made Chelsea unhappy again after returning to Barcelona to watch El Clasico at the weekend. After not being named for the Blues’ 2-2 draw with Everton, as the Gabon forward celebrated with his former team-mates following their victory over Madrid, Aubameyang is said to have revealed that He wants to return to the Nou Camp again, believing the Blues are open to a move. ‘Tear up his contract’

        Goal reports his actions have angered Stamford Bridge chief executives and are ready to terminate his contract at the end of the season. With Aubameyang seemingly keen on a long-term return to Camp Nou and ready to accept a wage cut to make the transfer happen.