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Aubameyang takes decision on leaving Barcelona after Lewandowski’s arrival as Rodriquez joins Real Madrid

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Barcelona striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, has decided to stay at Camp Nou following the arrival of another striker, Robert Lewandowski.

According to Spanish football expert Gra Robert ham Hunter, Aubamayang doesn’t want to leave Barca this summer despite Lewandowski’s signing.

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Recall that Barcelona confirmed the signing of Lewandowski from Bayern Munich over the weekend.

“Almost everyone at Barcelona would be for sale if the right bid came in,” Hunter said on Sky Sports News.

“Aubameyang doesn’t want to leave, he’s got a continuity of contract. You can see that Aubameyang is the type of player who could fit with Lewandowski. Aubameyang is not massively keen on playing wide, but he can do.

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“At the moment, that is not where Barcelona are looking to clear out, but in junior candidates like Martin Braithwaite, they would like him to move, Riqui Puig and above all they would like Frenkie de Jong to move but he’s digging his heels in.”

Meanwhile, Real Madrid on Monday confirmed the signing of Sergio Rodríguez from EA7 Emporio Armani Milan.

The Los Blancos disclosed this in a statement via its website.

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The statement read in part, “Real Madrid C.F. has agreed a deal to sign Sergio Rodríguez from EA7 Emporio Armani Milan. He will be signed to the club for the next season, until 30 June 2023.

“It’s the second spell at Real Madrid for Sergio Rodriguez. Between 2010 and 2016, he played 6 seasons at Real Madrid, where he won 1 European Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup, 3 Spanish Leagues, 4 Spanish Cups and 3 Spanish Super Cups.”

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