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Three replacements Arsenal could sign if Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang goes to Barcelona

Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang’s future has been under much scrutiny this season. Revelations in the summer came to light that the Gabonese international had refused to sign an extension on his current deal that expires in 2021. We’ve also heard rumours that the new regime at Arsenal will no longer accept players running down their contracts and leaving on frees, so they will be intent on selling the 31-year-old if things haven’t changed in the near future.  

So, where do the Catalonians fit into all of this? Well, the La Liga champions are in desperate need of a striker as Luiz Suarez has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. They’re now frantically scouring the market for a striker and situation of Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has perked their attention. If Aubameyang were to go, which is far from unlikely, the Gunners can rest assured knowing there are several options around to fill his shoes.

Here are 3 replacements Arsenal could sign if Aubameyang goes to Barcelona.

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#3 Rodrigo Moreno

At 28 years of age, Rodrigo Moreno is finally getting the plaudits his ability deserves. Since moving to Valencia back in 2014, Spaniard has scored 55 goals. This season alone, the forward has directly contributed to 12 goals in 23 appearances. More important than his strike rate, it’s Rodrigo’s versatility that marks him as a standout candidate.

Since last August, the forward has played in three different positions. The Spanish international is a pacey, difficult to mark, tricky and versatile forward that would present problems to many a Premier League defence. Barcelona was monitoring the services of Rodrigo but have seemingly turned their attention to Pierre instead, this would, therefore, leave the door open for Rodrigo to come to the Emirates.

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Mathaeus Abuwa
Mathaeus Abuwa
Born closer to White Hart Lane than Highbury but still found a way to become an Arsenal fan. Unfortunately. Freelance writer that covers all of Europe's Top 5 leagues. Had work featured across the Internet and I won't stop till I'm being slated by online fans online for my work on Talksport.

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