- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future at Arsenal is still very much in doubt
- The Gabonese scored two goals in the Premier League final day against Watford with Gunners winning 3-2
- Father of the player has hinted that his son needs to make the right decision
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's father has posted a terrifying tribute which suggests his son could be leaving the Emirates team as his contract at Arsenal ends next summer.
Aubameyang will be out of contract at the end of next season and there are reports that Spanish La Liga club Barcelona are eyeing a move for the star.
The Gabonese striker who scored two goals in Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Watford on the Premier League final day narrowly missed out of the golden boot with 22 goals as Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy won it having scored 23 times.
It is still unclear what the player wants to do, however his father’s latest message hints there could be a possible exit from the Gunners.
"You really are a scorer,” the dad wrote after Gunner’s victory over Watford.
“Every season you respond with your efficiency, last season 22 goals, this season 22 goals. I can only congratulate you and tell you once again my pride.
"We must make the right decision for the rest of your career. We will be set very soon, sleep peacefully my son, your father watches the grain. I love you."
Earlier reports have it that Premier League giants Arsenal appears to have named their price for want-away striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who has been linked with a move to join Barcelona this summer.
Although the Gabonese forward has one more year on his current contract with the Gunners, he will however not rule out a chance to join the Catalans.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Jamie Vardy has won the 2019/2020 Premier League golden boot after finishing the season with 23 goals as he now becomes the oldest player to win the prestigious award.
The 33-year-old got one goal more than Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Southampton striker Danny Ings, both on 22, during the campaign.
The Leicester City striker also becomes the ninth English player to either win or share the coveted award, despite failing to score on the final day as the Foxes lost to Manchester United.