The director regrets not signing the Arsenal star for 55 million pounds sterling in 2017 – EzAnime.net

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Former AC Milan manager Massimiliano Mirabelli admitted that failing to sign Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was the biggest regret of his time at San Siro, while speaking with Calciomercato.

Six months before Dortmund swapped for North London, the Gabon international was on the lines of an emotional return to the place where it all began.

Aubameyang spent four seasons in the red and black stripes as a teenager and, if they could turn the clock back to December 2011, he can guarantee the Rossoneri will think better of accepting an offer from St Etienne for a little-known striker.

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Because Aubameyang wasted little time in becoming one of the most feared scorers in European football outside of the San Siro.

According to Gianluca di Marzio, Milan moved heaven and earth to bring the forward back to Italy also in the summer of 2017, offering Dortmund £ 55 million for his services.

However, the German giants said no; much to the disappointment of Aubameyang and Mirabelli.

“To be too hesitant when there was the possibility of bringing Aubameyang to Milan,” said the former Milan director when asked to identify the biggest regret from his time at the seven-time European giants.

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Along with (Manchester City forward) Gabriel Jesus, he’s another obsession of mine.

“When I was in Milan, for budget reasons, we had to choose whether to bring Aubameyang or (Leonardo) Bonucci and (Nikola) Kalinic, who had been requested by (coach Vincenzo) Montella.

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“Maybe at that time I should have prioritized the Arsenal forward.”

While Aubameyang would go from strength to strength at Arsenal, it is fair to say that neither Bonucci nor Kalinic lived up to the hype in Milan.

The former returned to Juventus after just one unfortunate season in red and black, while Kalinic scored a total of six goals in 41 games for the Serie A giants.

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