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Arsenal 'could be forced to cash in on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang'

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Arsenal may have to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the summer with contract talks having allegedly stalled between the two parties.

Arsenal may allegedly have to cash in on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during the summer transfer window.

After the Gabon international took his Gunners tally to 60 goals from 95 appearances at the weekend, Mikel Arteta admitted that he was desperate to keep the attacker at the Emirates Stadium.

As it stands, that remains in doubt as a result of the 30-year-old having less than 18 months remaining on his contract.

According to Italian journalist Nicola Schira, there has been little progression in talks between the Premier League outfit and Aubameyang over fresh terms.

With Arsenal unable to risk losing their star man on a free transfer, failing to agree a new deal will almost certainly lead to the club cashing in on the frontman in the summer.

Inter Milan are said to be monitoring the situation as they consider potential replacements for Lautaro Martinez. body check tags ::

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