ARSENAL fans far and wide are rejoicing at the news this afternoon that captain and talisman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has finally put pen to paper on a new three-year deal.
And some excited supporters are even calling on their team to now go and win the Premier League title with Aubameyang in attack.
Aubameyang delighted fans by putting pen to paper on a new three-year dealCredit: Twitter @Arsenal
The extension was announced in a joyful live videoCredit: Twitter @Arsenal
The 31-year-old has scored in both the Community Shield triumph over Liverpool and the 3-0 league opener against Fulham on Saturday.
And he has been handsomely rewarded with his new £350,000-a-week three-year deal, sparking incredible joy and optimism.
One excited Gooner wrote: “Congratulation well deserved contract for you brother now we want to win the league we re counting on you captain!”
While a second asserted: “We’re gonna win the league”.
And a third excitedly added: “WE WILL WIN THE LEAGUE BEFORE HE LEAVES I DON’T CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS @Aubameyang7 YOU ARE A LEGEND ALREADY”.
Another called for a couple more reinforcements: “Tell Arsenal to get Partey and Aouar and I swear we gonna win the league with Arteta as manager. I’m not even joking”.
Arsenal announced the deal with a livestream of Aubameyang on the Emirates pitch.
“I signed da ting,” smiled the striker before he was joined by Ian Wright and Alexandre Lacazette on the call.
Aubameyang chattled live with Gunners legend Ian WrightCredit: Twitter @Arsenal
He added: “I wanted to share this with you guys, I’m so happy.
“This is my home, it’s a great day. I want to become an Arsenal legend and maybe leave a legacy.”
Gunners legend Wright proclaimed “oh my God I love you man!” when he entered the chat.
The thrilled former striker told the Gabonese star: “For you to sign for us in a time when we need you most, when we’ve seen legends leave us when we need them – you have legendary status.”
Aubameyang had teased fans by tweeting an “hourglass” emoji this morning.
And he didn’t disappoint, delighting everyone with his commitment to the cause.
Source: Soccer - thesun.co.uk