- Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang starts on the bench vs Everton
- Eddie Neketia, 22, who is ready to go, came as a substitute before the captain
- The Gabonese striker then had his last chance to equalize, but shot well
- And Pundit Gary Neville Claims Gunners Boss Mikel Arteta Wants To Sell Him
Gary Neville has insisted that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta will sell captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if given a chance.
The Gunners’ captain was left on the bench for Tuesday’s 2-1 loss against Everton, with 22-year-old Eddie Neketia – set to leave the club – coming up as a substitute before the captain, who was eventually dismissed. I got five minutes.
And when the Gabonese striker missed a brilliant late chance to equalize at Goodison Park, pundit Neville claimed the situation between Aubameyang and Arteta was ‘strange’ and could have turned ‘sour’ further.
Gary Neville has claimed Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta want to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The Gunners captain was dropped on the substitute bench against Everton at Goodison Park on Tuesday night, and then missed a brilliant late chance to score after being replaced.
He said: ‘I think there will be a problem with Aubameyang after this. I don’t think he would like the idea of Niketia coming or going full stop.
‘There’s always a little bug between Arteta and Aubameyang, I know he’s the captain but he drops her and it feels a bit strange.
‘It’s going to be a problem and I bet if he can get a little bit of money for that and get someone else, and I bet if Aubameyang can go ahead he can too Might increase as it can be slightly sour.’
And Neville insists the relationship between Arteta (right) and Aubameyang could ‘sour’ further
Arsenal advanced through Martin Odegaard’s neat volley in stoppage time in the first half, but fell once again, conceding two late goals in a loss against the struggling Toffees.
32-year-old Aubameyang, one of the club’s highest-paid players, has scored only four league goals this season and the club is reportedly looking to buy another forward on their wanted list along with Lille’s Jonathan David and Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewis. wants.
Although the Gunners have impressed with points this season, they are currently ranked seventh behind Manchester United and rivals Tottenham, who went through such a bad phase, sacked their respective managers.