'Everyone happy now' – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tells Arsenal fan Piers Morgan 'separation' to Barcelona best for all

'Everyone happy now' – Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tells Arsenal fan Piers Morgan 'separation' to Barcelona best for all

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG has told Piers Morgan that ‘everyone is happy now’ after his ‘separation’ from Arsenal.

That’s after The SunSport columnist declared he ‘missed’ watching Aubameyang in action at the Emirates.

Gunners fans were left stunned with Mikel Arteta sanctioned a deadline day free transfer for Aubameyang to Barcelona.

The former skipper had been frozen out after a ‘bust-up’ with staff – at least according to ex-teammate Gabriel.

And Auba has not looked back since after scoring five goals in six LaLiga matches.

Morgan took to Twitter on Sunday lamenting Aubameyang’s exit after seeing Arsenal cruise to a 2-0 win against Leicester.


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He wrote: “Arsenal fans have spent the past 2 hours gloating about why we’re so much better without Aubameyang and they’re so glad he’s gone.

“Meanwhile, he just scored his 6th goal in 9 games for Barcelona, which includes 5 goals in 6 LaLiga games. I miss you @Auba.”

This prompted a response from the Gabon star, who thanked Morgan for his kind words but insisted a split with Arsenal was the best solution for everyone.

Aubameyang replied: “Thanks Piers but sometimes everyone benefits from a separation.

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“Most important is that everyone is happy now and we had good times that I don’t forget.”

Aubamyang revealed this month he was delighted with his new surroundings, even calling the Nou Camp ‘home’.

He beamed: “Things are going very well with Xavi. He is a legend and will contribute many things to the club.

“Barca deserves to be in front and I am very happy there because I am at home. I'm Spanish for my mother's sake.

“My grandfather was from Atletico and I just hope that wherever he is, he will be proud of me for playing in the league.

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“The league is a good competition for me because it allows me to utilise my qualities.

“When you enter Camp Nou it's something! Another dimension. I really enjoy it.”

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