As indicated by top media publication ‘ Daily Mail‘, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has presented a medical certificate to a German court to guarantee he isn’t fined £900 in the event that he makes his Arsenal debut against Everton.
The Gabonese international completed his much anticipated £56m move to Arsenal on transfer deadline day and could feature in Arsene Wenger’s squad for their Premier League tie against Everton on Saturday if he recovers fully from his flu.
Just in the event that Aubameyang is sufficiently fit to play, the 28-year old has taken all the fundamental precautionary measures to ensure there is nothing keeping him from making his Premier League debut.
The Daily Mail claimed Arsenal’s new striker has presented a medical certificate to a German court to stay away from a conceivable £900 fine subsequent of missing his appearance on Monday in light of flu.
He was also expected to testify on the terror-attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus in April 2017, which his former teammate Marc Bartra did among others.
The Gunners boss will be hoping to have Aubameyang to play as the North London club will need to be on the attacking foot following Everton’s performances on Wednesday night thrashing Leicester City 2-1.