Aubameyang 'already in talks to join PSG in shock transfer just four weeks after joining Chelsea' | The Sun

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG is reportedly in talks to join Paris Saint-Germain… just weeks after signing for Chelsea.

The 33-year-old striker swapped Barcelona for the Blues in a deal worth £10million last month.

But Chelsea have already held discussions with PSG about potentially moving him on in the summer, according to Foot Mercato.

The Blues aren't claimed to be eager on keeping Aubameyang past this season, despite the striker netting twice in his last two games.

New owner Todd Boehly targeted younger players over the summer window, with Aubameyang brought in at the last minute by ex-boss Thomas Tuchel.

And despite Auba signing a two-year deal, with the option for a third, the Blues could let him leave at the end of the campaign.

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The ex-Arsenal skipper only joined Barcelona in the winter, before being shipped off to Chelsea just six months later.

But the Blues could now be similarly as ruthless as Boehly targets younger talents.

For Aubameyang, a reunion with PSG boss Christophe Galtier is on the cards.

Galtier managed Aubameyang during his two-year spell at French club Saint-Etienne.

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Aubameyang established himself as one of Europe's top strikers at Saint-Etienne, which earned him a move to Borussia Dortmund in 2013.

The striker has netted twice in four games since joining Chelsea.

After firing a blank in his opening two games, Aubameyang has shown signs that he is settling by finding the back of the net in his last two outings.

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