Since signing a two-year, £10 million agreement with Chelsea, Aubameyang has not made an impression. In ten Premier League games, he has only managed one goal and has not started a game since November. Aubameyang is reportedly desperate to return to Barcelona at whatever cost, according to the Spanish source AS.
And Barca is already interested in bringing Aubameyang BACK to the team. According to the Telegraph, the La Liga team worries that they will be unable to legally re-sign him. According to reports, they are investigating their legal options before making a bid for the unpopular striker. Aubameyang may only play for Chelsea or Barcelona this season, according to Fifa regulations.
Dani Ceballos attempted to return to Real Betis from Real Madrid on loan four years ago, but he had just recently switched from Betis to the Bernabeu. The Spanish FA's rules state in Article 126.5 that players whose licenses have been revoked cannot obtain fresh ones from the same club during the same season. Aubameyang joined Chelsea after playing just one game for Barca this year. The team is concerned that he won't be allowed to play for them this season due to legal restrictions.
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