Arsenal & Newcastle transfer target "undecided" on future
Arsenal & Newcastle transfer news: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's agent claims the striker may leave for a bigger club
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s agent has spoken out and said his client is unsure on what steps to take but it looks ominous that he will leave his current club.
Aubameyang has been in terrific form this season for Ligue One outfit Saint-Etienne. His performances have attracted interest from Europe's elite clubs and he is set for big things.
He is contracted until 2016 but his transfer clause is sure to be triggered by the big name clubs.
The 23-year-old striker has scored 17 goals in 29 games this season and he averages just over a goal a game since he arrived on a permanent transfer in 2011.
Clubs such as Paris Saint Germain, Arsenal and Newcastle have been linked with the Gabon ace of late but he is in search of first team football, not just a big money move.
His agent, Oscar Damiani said in France Football: "Paris are following him, but we don't know who will be the coach there next season.
"There are also a lot of forwards in their squad. If it is important for him to leave, it is more important for him to play.
"We have not yet decided if it would be better for him to join an intermediate club or join a big club immediately."
Also his father Pierre will have some say in the matter which certainly opens the door to a wider range of teams in the chase for his signature.
Pierre Aubameyang said: "Considering the quality of his season and the improvement he could make, he will be a candidate to join a very big club. We want to go high, but respecting all parties.
"It is out of the question to block his improvement just to earn a lot of money. No-one will influence me with big money."
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