Good Morning Britain presenter and Arsenal mega fan Piers Morgan has taken to Twitter to beg Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at the club - even promising the Gunners star a statue!
Aubameyang helped lead Arsenal to FA Cup glory over the weekend, showing just how important he is to Mikel Arteta’s men.
But the club captain is yet to agree a contract extension at the Emirates Stadium, and refused to talk about his future after the final whistle on Saturday.
Gunners fans are desperate to see the 31-year-old sign on the dotted line.
None more so than controversial broadcaster Morgan, who has once again tweeted the Gabon international to ask him not to leave Arsenal.
“Dear @Aubameyang7, please don’t leave Arsenal,” he wrote. “You’re our captain, best player, & a wonderfully positive leader for our club.
“I think @m8arteta is building something special, but he needs you to drive it.
“If you stay, you’ll get the fans’ undying love & a statue.”
After the cup final he wrote: “Best striker in the world. Pay him whatever he flipping wants. @Aubameyang7.”
And recently he paid him the highest compliment an Arsenal fan can give.
“Best finisher since @ThierryHenry - I can give @Aubameyang7 no finer praise,” Morgan ogled.
Morgan also used his social media platform to praise David Luiz and Granit Xhaka’s efforts in the FA Cup final.
“These two have taken a lot of flak as Arsenal players, some of it justified, some overblown,” he put.
“But they were immense yesterday & I admire their resilience & determination to work hard for @m8arteta & the club. Congrats @DavidLuiz_4 & Xhaka.”
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Arteta said after Saturday's cup final that he thinks Aubameyang will stay at Arsenal.
"It's the most difficult thing in football, that's for sure, and he makes it simple – look at the second goal he scored," he said.
"We always had incredible strikers at this football club and Auba deserves to be named and compared with the big names.
"By winning trophies he will be closer to that and the longer he stays there as well.
"Hopefully we can have him for more time."