Barcelona want to reunite with Aubameyang → Impossible this season…why?

Barcelona want to reunite with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but due to league rules, this season is not possible.

He is a high-level striker representing Gabon, a ‘soccer periphery’. He played tremendously through Dortmund and Arsenal before joining Chelsea this season. It was a decision he made after half a season of challenging the Spanish stage. Arsenal fans were resentful of heading to ‘London rivals’ Chelsea, but also wished him success as he gave them many good memories.

As he got older, I couldn’t expect him to perform in his prime, but I expected him to be above average. With Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner out, Aubameyang was expected to receive many opportunities as Chelsea needed a ‘goalkeeper’. 안전놀이터

However, his recruitment so far has been a ‘failure’. He appeared in 15 matches, including the cup competition, but the proportion of substitute appearances was significant, and he scored only 3 goals. In the last league match against Manchester City, he was put in as a substitute for Raheem Sterling, who was injured in the 5th minute of the first half, but suffered humiliation as a substitute in the 23rd minute of the second half.

In the end, transfer rumors arose after half a season. His destination was Barcelona, ​​his ‘home team’. Reporter Gerard Romero, who is familiar with Barcelona news, said Aubameyang had talks with Barcelona. In a situation where Rafinha, Ferran Torres, and Ansu Fati are sluggish, Barcelona, ​​which wants a replacement for Robert Lewandowski, hopes to reunite with Aubameyang, who has good memories in Spain.

The possibility of transfer cannot be confirmed. There was no real offer and it is unlikely that Chelsea will send him without additional reinforcements due to the lack of strikers.

Even if negotiations are held, transfers within this season are not possible due to ‘regulations’. The British media ‘Metro’ said, “Spanish La Liga has a clause that prohibits a player from being registered twice in the same season and with the same club.” In fact, in Article 141.5 of Rule 141.5 of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), there is a clause that “It is impossible for a player whose license has been revoked to obtain a license for the same team in the same season.” It is for the same reason that Real Betis, who sold Dani Ceballos to Real Madrid in the past 2017-18 season, tried to sign him on loan six months later, but were banned.

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