“They injured my jaw, but I will recover in no time, and thank God no one else was physically harmed. The feeling that we are no longer safe in our own home is hard to understand and describe, but as a family, we will overcome this and stand stronger than ever. Thanks for all the support, it really means a lot to us.”
Aubameyang left the Premier League just seven months ago, joining Barcelona in the January transfer window and scoring 13 goals in 24 appearances under Xavi Hernandez. But with Robert Lewandowski now the Blaugrana’s main man upfront, he’s closing in on a return in a move that could rocket charge Chelsea’s season.
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