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Boost for Arsenal as £60m target’s future in fresh turmoil after being boo’d by fans who unveiled angry banner amid superstar’s return to action

  • A key Arsenal target was boo’d off of the pitch yesterday and hit back at fans afterwards with a social media post.
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returned to the Borussia Dortmund team yesterday but was greeted by boos and an angry banner from Dortmund fans following his links to Arsenal.
  • Aubameyang’s relationship with Dortmund looks to be in fresh jeopardy with Arsenal still heavily linked to the striker.
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Arsenal target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was boo’d by Borussia Dortmund fans who revealed a banner targeted at the star upon his return to the Dortmund starting line-up.

Aubameyang’s future at Dortmund looks to be in fresh turmoil this weekend amid his return to action in the Bundesliga.

The respected Italian outlet CalcioMercato have reported that Arsenal target Aubameyang was boo’d off of the pitch yesterday during Dortmund’s disappointing draw at home to Freiburg.

Further, the Gambian international was the target of an angry banner unveiled by Dortmund fans which read “No player is bigger than the club.”

Aubameyang however took the opportunity after the game to controversially tease angry Dortmund fans with a social media post.

The striker uploaded a picture in Dortmund shirt with the caption ‘Hate me or love me.’

 

Hate me or love me ?????????????#aubameyang

A post shared by Aubameyang (@aubameyang97) on

It looks as though Dortmund fans have made their mind up over where they foresee Aubameyang’s future. The Mirror however have reported that Arsenal will need to stump up a colossal £60m to complete a deal for the striker.

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