Barcelona striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang faces a surprise move to Premier League side Manchester United.
According to The Independent, Barcelona have offered Manchester United the chance to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer.
The report added that Manchester United are “cool about the possibility of signing Aubameyang”.
Aubameyang joined Barcelona from Arsenal in January this year.
Barcelona coach Xavi could bid farewell to the Gabon star with the arrival of Robert Lewandowski.
However, Manchester United are set to face Chelsea, who are interested in signing the former Arsenal captain. Aubameyang scored 11 goals in 17 league games for Barça last season.
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Gabriel Martinelli on how Manchester United treated him
Arsenal winger Gabriel Martinelli has revealed how he was treated at Manchester United a few years ago.
The Brazilian admitted he felt lost after being rejected by the Red Devils, the club he dreamed of growing up in Brazil.
Martinelli completed several tries with Manchester United between 2015 and his 2017, and Red He attended his sessions in training with the Devils.
However, the Red Devils did not pursue his initial interest and Martinelli returned to Brazil and soon signed his first professional contract with Ituano. Arsenal then signed him for £6m in 2019 and brought him to the Emirates.
”I had a project with Manchester United.
“Manchester United had some scouts in Brazil and they saw me play, met my father and it worked out.
“And then this time I met [Paul] Pogba and Ibra [Zlatan Ibrahimovic] another time when I was a little older. I think it was the third time I was there. And that was the project when I turned 18. If they really wanted to, I would move.
“We saw it … but when I arrived at 17, the last time I was in Manchester, I moved back to Brazil. , to work out.
“I’ve been doing this project in Manchester since I was 13. I always thought, ‘Hey, when I’m 18, I’m going to Manchester or something.’ And when you get to that age, which is 17, the boys say, “I don’t want this anymore.”