We and our partners utilize technologies, like cookies, and gather information that is browsing to personalise the information and advertisements and to supply you with the very best online experience.
Please let us know whether you agree.
Arsenals Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has taken to Twitter to strike back at claims that the Gabon striker just left Borussia Dortmund for money.
Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke within a meeting for a German newspaper made the claim.
The 30-year-old transferred in the German club for a fee of 56m at January 2018 to Arsenal.
Better for you I never speak about why I actually left Dortmund Mr Watzke. Youre such a clown, Aubameyang tweeted.
I recall that you stated we never gonna sell Ousmane [Dembele], then you saw over #100m, you were the first to take that cash.
Dont speak about money . Leave me alone please, he added.
Watzke had been talking about the future when he left this pointed mention of England participant Jadon Sancho, whos in his third year at Dortmund.
He told Suddeutsche Zeitung:Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, that plays good at Arsenal, will probably be warm-hearted when he appears at his bank accounts, but on Wednesdays he is going to be saddened when hes to watch the Champions League on tv.
In his reply, Aubameyang called the death of France ahead Ousmane Dembele in the summer of 2017, that had been marketed in the German team to Barcelona for #135.5m.
He hasnt played in the Champions League, even finishing the 2018/19 Premier League season as top scorer with 22 goals alongside Liverpool duo Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah since Aubameyang moved to the Emirates.
The Gunners have failed to make up for the Champions League for the previous three seasons.
Dortmund top Group F in the contest following a triumph at Slavia Prague on Wednesday.
Arsenal host Belgian side Standard Liege from the Europa League on Thursday.
The boys have a walk on the wild side
Get headlines and scores sent to your phone, sign-up to our newsletter and find out where to see us on internet.

Read more here: https://kuechenpsychologie-film.de/?p=910