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Football Expert and ex Arsenal player Paul Merson  on sky sport pundits explains why Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang should stay at Arsenal, and how the suspension of football should reignite hunger in players, and offers his advice on managing mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.

Merson responds to the president of the Gabon Football Association advising Aubameyang to leave Arsenal for a club with greater ambition…

Marson said - It's easy saying move to another, more ambitious club and win stuff but there are not a lot of trophies to win, especially with the two phenomenal football clubs Liverpool and Manchester City.


According to Merson "The grass is not always green on the other side, you have got to be carefull", auba is at the age where he will play every week for arsenal rather than going to another club where after five bad games, you are out of the game.
Merson's words;- I was very fortunate to play for Arsenal for a long time and make no mistake about it, it's a great club. The grass is not always green on the other side, you have got to be careful.
Aubameyang is at an age now where he will play every week for Arsenal. If he goes to, say, Manchester United or somewhere else, four or five bad games and you are out of the team.
He's going to play every week at Arsenal and when you are coming towards the end of your career, two or three years to go, you have got to enjoy your football and play.
If I were Aubameyang's agent I would be stressing that he is at one of the best clubs in the world, a phenomenal football club that has as much chance as anybody, bar Manchester City and Liverpool, winning something. For me, I would stay.

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