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Aubameyang completed a £10million deadline day transfer to Chelsea from Barcelona.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sealed a return to London on deadline day

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sealed a return to London on deadline dayCredit: Getty
Piers Morgan was left puzzled by Thomas Tuchel's comments on Aubameyang

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Piers Morgan was left puzzled by Thomas Tuchel’s comments on AubameyangCredit: The Mega Agency
And following the transfer, Chelsea boss Tuchel said: “He (Aubameyang) has a little problem with his time (keeping), but he also never misses a meeting.

“There’s no major concern. He has a good heart, he’s a top character.”

The 33-year-old forward was at the centre of a number of disciplinary issues while at Arsenal, eventually being stripped of the captaincy late last year following a “disciplinary breach.”

The behind-the-scenes All or Nothing: Arsenal series further condemned Aubameyang, with Mikel Arteta revealing he had a dossier of his former captain’s “misdemeanours.”

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In response to Tuchel’s comments, Arsenal fan Morgan bemoaned the contrasting character references.

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He said: “I’m so confused.

“I thought he was a managerial nightmare and horribly disruptive influence?”

Last month Morgan pinned The Gunner’s failure to get top four on Arteta’s decision to freeze out and sell Aubameyang to Barcelona in January.

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The SunSport columnist also accused Pep Guardiola’s former assistant of trying to “humiliate” Aubameyang.

Aubameyang enjoyed great success at the beginning of his Arsenal career, before suffering a loss of form across the final 18 months of his time with the club.

During his half a season career with Barcelona Aubameyang refound his scoring touch, contributing 11 goals in 17 La Liga appearances.

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