Aubameyang desperate to return to Barcelona even for low salary

Auba keen on returning to Barca

The time Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang spent with Barcelona was brief but enjoyable. During which he scored 13 goals in 24 competitive matches over a period of six months.

Due to financial difficulties, Aubameyang departed Barcelona in the summer and made a move to Chelsea for a fee exceeding €10 million. However, his tenure at Stamford Bridge has been a huge disappointment. As he played less than 500 minutes in the league and has now been relegated to a lower position in the team hierarchy.

Aubameyang expressed his willingness to return to Barcelona despite his poor form at Chelsea. He is reportedly willing to accept a reduced salary given the club’s financial constraints. He offered himself to the Catalan outfit, hoping to make a return to Camp Nou.

According to reports by Diario SPORT, Aubameyang is eager to return to Barcelona, even at a lower salary. He is willing to reject other offers. He wants to recreate the success he had during his previous stint at Camp Nou. Despite his contract with Chelsea running until 2024, the club may consider terminating his contract after he celebrated Barcelona’s win over Real Madrid. Thus, indicating his desire to return to the Catalan club.

Will Barcelona really sign Aubameyang again?

Barcelona are uncertain about re-signing Aubameyang as they are considering other options. Including the pursuit of Vitor Roque. While the club holds the forward in high regard, their decision will likely be influenced with their pursuit of other potential signings.

Barcelona is weighing their options regarding the potential re-signing of Aubameyang. While the club has high respect for the player, they are also pursuing Vitor Roque as a long-term replacement for Robert Lewandowski. Roque is a strategic target for the club, but they are aware of their economic situation. They may consider sending Roque back to Brazil on loan to lower his price tag. If this is the case, Aubameyang could be targeted as a potential short-term solution to cover for Lewandowski.

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