Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang makes honest revelation on how PSG boss Christophe Galtier had in fueling his resurgence

FC Barcelona’s expenditure last summer proved their intention to reinforce the squad depth with highly experienced players, which also paved the way for some others to follow the exit door, which badly affected the careers of notable players like Aubameyang, Umtiti, Pjanic, and Lenglet.

Despite leaving the Catalan capital after just six months, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang resurgence story entered another twist when the Gabonese skipper revealed some surprising aspects about the current PSG manager.

How did Mr. Galtier help the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang resurgence?

After joining Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2018, the Gabonese international player expressed his higher expectations to achieve some bigger trophies with the Gunners. However, he entered the North London club at the wrong time as they soon parted ways with famous manager Arsene Wenger, who actually convinced him to join the club.

Since then, Aubameyang has been struggling to cope with the transition period at the Emirates, which ultimately demotivated him from clinching the popular tag. Additionally, the rotation of managers also affected his morale to find the right place with the right person in his own team.

As a result, this former Dortmund striker decided to leave the club for a better opportunity, which ultimately came on the last day of January, 2022, when FC Barcelona surprisingly landed him on a free transfer, but again the club’s financial inabilities forced them to sell him after just six months.

Despite becoming a Chelsea player last month, the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang resurgence actually occurred during his spell in France with Saint Etienne, under manager Christopher Galtier, as the current PSG manager valued his morale more than any other manager in Europe which can be found from one of his (Aubameyang’s) famous quote about the French maestro when he said, “After that I changed my mind and when I arrived at Saint-Etienne I was happy because Christophe Galtier, at that time, gave me the confidence and it changed everything in my career and this is where I started scoring goals.”


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