Tim Sherwood claims he let the £ 56 million Arsenal ace play ‘wherever he wants’ on the pitch

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Tim Sherwood has told Premier League Productions that he would let the out of form Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang play “wherever he wants” on the field.

Before the end of last season, Aubameyang fired Arsenal to the FA Cup showing their scoring efficiency from the left side.

But that magic that the Gabon star had in his game has been completely filtered out and he has only scored one goal in open play this season.

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Given Aubameyang’s current situation, the former Villa Sherwood manager shared how he would deal with his current situation prior to his clash against Leeds.

“I would play Aubameyang wherever he wanted to play,” Sherwood said. “I would ask [where he wants to play]. Where are they going to get their goals from?

“History shows that he is the only one who scores regularly. If I am Mikel Arteta, I will take him to the office and tell him ‘where do you want to play and who do you want to play with you?’

Willian definitely [should play]. Maybe Saka? Saka or Pepe. Not Lacazette, at the moment, because he hasn’t done it consistently.

“But [Aubameyang] it has always been widely developed. I don’t know what the fuss is about because it’s not like I’ve changed position. This is where you want to play, obviously. I talked about taking him to the office and asking him, he would probably say ‘absolutely where is he playing.’

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 8: Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang tackled by Aston Villa's Matty Cash during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Emirates Stadium on November 8, 2020 in London, England.  Sports stadiums across the UK remain under strict restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, as government social distancing laws prohibit fans within venues, causing games to be played behind closed doors.  (Photo by Andy Rain - Pool / Getty Images)Photo of de Andy Rain – Pool /.

Arsenal were at their worst before the international break when they were dismantled by an attacking and vibrant Aston Villa.

While on paper Leeds United are a ‘newly promoted’ team, they play away from that tag and will make this Arsenal team work on Sunday like they have never worked before, but will that enthusiastic style open the door for Aubameyang? ?

The £ 56 million star [BBC Sport] He will love the space Leeds will leave behind, and if Mikel Arteta’s team can deal with the constant aggression and pressure, then Aubameyang may find he will have a few more opportunities to regain confidence in his legs.

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