Chelsea board sends clear message to Aubameyang as Graham Potter replace Thomas Tuchel

The Gabonese striker, who joined Chelsea with the sole intention of working with Thomas Tuchel, was extremely disappointed to have played less than 60 minutes during Tuchel’s tenure as Chelsea Manager.

Nonetheless, all of that is in the past, and the striker is looking forward to working with the new manager, who has been revealed to be Brighton’s current manager Graham Potter.

Chelsea Management also informed Aubameyang that the club saw him as a class striker before agreeing to sign him and assured him that he is still a priority for this Chelsea team even without Tuchel Tuchel.

Given the Board’s assurance, Matt Law, a journalist for the Daily Telegraph, stated on Twitter that Aubameyang is eager and excited to work with Graham Potter.


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