Arsenal forward Pierre Emerick- Aubameyang joined the Emirates Stadium in the January transfer window and has spent almost a year at the club but it is just being revealed what he did to push the deal through.
Although, it was reported that the Gabon international had pushed the deal through after the Gunners showed big interest in him to replace Alexis Sanchez who moved away to Manchester City.
It was being reported that a deal for Aubameyang was only made possible after he rebelled against the club by consciously refusing to attend the team’s meetings and also refusing to train with the squad.
Peter Stoger, the manager in charge of Borussia Dortmund at that time made this revelation to explain how the Gunners were able to capture the star player with a fee of £56 million against the wish of the German side.
Stoger stated that he was left with no choice than to sanction the move because of all efforts to have him stay failed by his desperate moves against the club.
However, the former Dortmund manager says he has no bad feelings towards the player as he noted that Aubameyang had apologised to him before he finally left to the North London club.