Mikel Arteta has come out to say that Saturday’s FA Cup final will not be Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s final game for Arsenal.
The Gunners boss recently said that the striker will decide to extend his contract eventually as he would most likely stay at the club.
According to him, Arsenal must keep the Gabonese forward because him being at the club for more years will surely bring success.
He added that winning the FA Cup will make the club and fans believe in his management style.
His words, “No, I don’t have those thoughts,”
“Don’t forget he still has a contract here with us. We want to keep him and do it more long-term. But at the moment he is with us and I think he should be really proud of where he is as well.”
On AUbameyang’s title winning experience, “Absolutely. I think that has a strong link with everything that you want to experience as a player,”
“Winning a trophy helps to really believe and make you feel ‘wow, I want more of those moments as well’.
“If you are wearing the armband and you are able to lift that cup, it is such a moment and this is going to help for sure.”