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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has taken responsibility for Arsenal’s miserable season and admits he has fallen short of expectations.
Aubameyang said: “This has been my most difficult season for a few years because I’ve had some issues on and off the pitch and it’s been really tough.
“I know that everyone was expecting me to score more goals so maybe I feel a bit responsible for the situation that we are in right now.
“The criticism hurts but you have to accept it because people were waiting for me when you have done what I have done in the last few years.
“But now we have this opportunity to change our season so maybe this is the biggest game of my Arsenal career so far.”
Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta will remain Arsenal boss next season, according to reports.
Eurosport claims Stan Kroenke has no plans to part ways with the Spaniards despite a below-par campaign.
But there is hope Arteta can salvage things by winning the Europa League.
And Kroenke is also said to be ready to back Arteta in the transfer window following backlash from supporters over the Super League.
Finally, Genk’s goal machine Paul Onuachu reportedly hopes to end up an Arsenal player by the end of the summer.
The 6ft 7in forward has been a revelation at the Belgian club, smashing home an incredible 32 goals in 37 games in all competitions this season.
Voetbal Belgie reports the 26-year-old is eyeing up a move to the Emirates and is optimistic he could land a dream Prem move by the end of the upcoming transfer window.
The report states he is willing and able to progress his career to the next step after lighting up the Belgian league.
Genk are believed to be willing to sell their prized asset for £25million.