The Barcelona star insists leaving north London was greatest for everybody (Footage: Getty)
Minutes earlier than the January switch deadline, the Gunners agreed to tear up the contract of their then prime scorer to permit him to finish a free switch to Barcelona.
That call might simply have backfired, notably with Arsenal having simply two senior strikers left on the membership and Aubameyang making a blistering begin to life at Camp Nou.
Aubameyang has been in excellent type since becoming a member of Barca (Image: Getty)
However whereas the Gabon worldwide could also be again among the many targets at Barca, Arsenal have additionally thrived in his absence, profitable all 5 of their matches since he left to cement their top-four credentials.
Nonetheless, Arsenal fan Morgan continues to take care of that it was a mistake to let Aubameyang go away and hit out at his fellow supporters on Twitter after the 32-year-old striker netted in Barcelona’s 4-0 victory over Osasuna on Sunday night.
‘Arsenal followers have spent the previous two hours gloating about why we’re so a lot better with out Aubameyang and so they’re glad he’s gone,’ Morgan wrote after the Gunners beat Leicester.
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‘In the meantime, he simply scored his sixth aim in 9 targets for Barcelona, which incorporates 5 targets in six La Liga video games. I miss you Auba.’
However Aubameyang had little interest in being pitted towards Arsenal followers and performed down Morgan’s criticism, saying his departure has labored out effectively for everybody concerned.
‘Thanks Piers however typically everybody advantages from a separation,’ he responded.
‘Most necessary is that everybody is comfortable now. And we had good occasions that I’ll [not] overlook.’
On Monday morning, Morgan replied: ‘Stylish response, as I might count on from you, Pierre-Emerick, however for the file: I’m not comfortable.’
Within the absence of Aubameyang, Alexandre Lacazette – who’s out of contract on the finish of the season – has stepped up, offering a wonderful point of interest, and in Sunday’s 2-0 win over Leicester he additionally netted his first aim of 2022 from the penalty spot.
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