Why Mourinho, Wenger, Guardiola need this football star

Former Gabon international, Daniel Cousin has backed
his country man, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
purported move to Manchester United.
According to Cousin, the Borussia Dortmund striker would
thrive at the Red Devils or their City rivals.

Former Gabon international, Daniel Cousin has backed his
country man, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang purported move
to Manchester United.
Cousin told the BBC: “I think he wants to move to England.
“The Premier League is a different style to Germany; it’s
more physical and, for me, it’s a good moment for Pierre to
move to a big club like Manchester United or Manchester
City.
“Yes [he would be a success]. I think he can score more
goals and get more experience with a big team.
“With Mourinho at Man United, and Guardiola [at City], I
think this kind of coach can help Pierre-Emerick to
progress.
“If I was choosing his club it would be Arsenal because the
team play very well.
“Arsenal need another striker if they are to win the title.
And I think if he played with Ozil and his assists, he would
play very well.”
Aubameyang scored 39 goals last season and Real Madrid
are thought to be leading the chase for the 26-year-old, and
his presence at the Champions League final on Saturday,
May 28, brought further suggestion.

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