Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expressed his belief the future of Arsenal looks bright, according to Sky Sports.
The team bid their final farewell to the 22-year-long period of Arsene Wenger in the manager’s seat with a minimal away win against Huddersfield Town on Sunday, and Aubameyang scored the winning goal in the 38th minute. Now, the players and the fans alike face an anxious wait to discover the name of the future boss.
Plenty of names have been bandied about in that respect recently. Massimiliano Allegri, who has once again won the Serie A with Juventus, is set to discuss the future with the Turin club before making any decisions of his own. Julian Nagelsmann has expressed his wish to remain in the Bundesliga a while longer. Mikel Arteta has been mentioned, Patrick Vieira has declared himself ready for the job, while the club’s interest in Liverpool assistant manager Željko Buvač has reportedly cooled down. As for Newcastle’s Rafa Benitez and Celtic’s Brendan Rodgers, it now seems there wasn’t any interest in the wo former Liverpool bosses to begin with.
Aubameyang believes that whoever succeeds Wenger will have a group of talented players to work with, which should provide a good foundation for more good work to be done.
After spending less than four months under Wenger, the Gabon international is happy to be man to score the last goal of his reign. It’s a special feeling for him. He had expected Wenger to remain at his post a while longer, but he accepts that in football things like this happen. He is grateful to the Frenchman for bringing him to the club and claims he has learned a lot since his £54million move from Borussia Dortmund in January.
The striker who has scored 10 goals in only 12 Premier League appearances for the Gunners believes that next season will be a good one for Arsenal.