Watch: Arsenal’s Aubameyang trolls Tottenham twice in funny interview

Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang couldn’t resist having a couple of digs at Tottenham during a recent interview. 

Aubameyang has found the net eight times in 12 appearances against Spurs, including four in four outings while playing for Borussia Dortmund. 

The 32-year-old even replicated Thierry Henry’s iconic knee slide celebration after scoring in the north London derby earlier this season.

Spurs have since replaced Nuno Espirito Santo with Antonio Conte, who is widely regarded as one of the best managers in the world.

Despite Conte’s illustrious CV and track record of developing title-winning teams, Aubameyamg doesn’t seem too worried about his arrival in north London

“I don’t care! I’ll be honest, I really don’t care,” he told Sky Sports when asked about Conte joining Spurs. “Like, that’s not my problem. Really.”

The forward also admitted that he came close to joining Spurs a few years ago but would now rather retire than play for them.

🗣 “What were your first thoughts when you heard Antonio Conte would be Spurs manager?”@Auba 🗣 “I don’t care.” 🤣

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang keeps it nice and simple when asked for his opinion on Tottenham’s new boss

— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 12, 2021

🗣 “I went to the stadium, White Hart Lane. The day after they never called back.”@Auba reveals that he was close to signing for Tottenham back when he was at Saint-Étienne and says now he would rather retire than sign for the North London rivals

— Football Daily (@footballdaily) November 12, 2021

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