Mikel Arteta says he’s “proper after” Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang within the midst of Arsenal’s struggles which have led to claims that he “went over his best”.
The Gunners captain’s profitable contract that was modified in the summertime has elevated the stress on Aubameyang, who has been far much less prolific this season than at some other time in his career.
A Sky Sports activities pundit Jamie Redknapp said: “Aubameyang has gone his best. He’s going to have moments; he’ll get hat tips.
“However after I watch it typically, it is prefer it’s lost its energy.
“I noticed it operating past folks when it first got here to the Premier League. I noticed him operating past folks in Dortmund. Now I see a player who seems like he’ll be bullied. ”
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In response, Arteta advised reporters: “I did not see these feedback. I’ve heard of them.
“I am right here to help each single player and that is what I am at all times making an attempt to do.
“I try to offer them the best potential recommendation and after they have a troublesome moment, stay proper behind them and that is what we at all times try to do.
The Spaniard added on Aubameyang, who scored his first Premier League hat-trick in a 4-2 win over Leeds however who has since gone two video games with out discovering the target: “I believe the best technique to speak is at all times on the field.
“Seven days earlier than when he scored the hat-trick and might have scored 4 or 5 against Leeds, he was the principle man once more.
“He might have simply scored a hat-trick against Benfica together with his deserves and it might have been totally different.
“Within the end [of the day] it’s about placing the ball within the back of the net for him and that’s how he will get pleasure. ”