Frank McCavenny has told Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to be careful after Thomas Tuchel was sacked by Chelsea.
specifically for Football InsiderThe former West Ham striker said Aubameyang, 33, would be in ‘trouble’ if he repeated the ‘nonsense’ he had seen at Arsenal.
September 7, Blues confirmed They separated from Tuchel.
London Club One Day Later confirmed Graham Potter has been named their new head coach.
Aubameyang, who spent two years with Tuchel at Dortmund, would be delighted to reunite with the German.
According to reports telegraph (September 8) After Tuchel’s departure from Stamford Bridge, co-owners Todd Boghly and Beheda Egbaly called the striker personally to reassure him.
Aubameyang had a falling out with Mikel Arteta at Arsenal which resulted in him being stripped of his captaincy.
The Gabon international eventually terminated his contract to join Barcelona on a free transfer in January.
McCavenny urged Aubameyang not to make the same mistake at Chelsea.
“If he says anything like he did at Arsenal, he’s in trouble,” He says Football Insider.
“Aubameyang going to Chelsea because of Tuchel will not be good for the next manager who comes in.
“Obviously, something happened in Barcelona too.
“You can’t choose your manager, that’s what bosses do, a lot of times players don’t get along with managers, but once you’re in the park you have to put those differences aside and do it for yourself, your family and your fans.“
In other news, Kieran Maguire has released a ‘traumatic’ claim from Chelsea after the ‘unstable’ £263million leak.