Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s father has revealed that he’s delighted his son’s tough ordeal is over after sealing a deal to join Marseille.
Pierre-Francois told L’Équipe that Aubameyang endured a “nightmare year” at Stamford Bridge.
Before moving to Chelsea last summer, Aubameyang, 34, was attacked by robbers in Barcelona, who left him with a broken jaw.
Then his role at Stamford Bridge was immediately thrown into jeopardy after Thomas Tuchel was sacked by Chelsea owners and he gradually fell behind in the pecking order under Graham Potter.
He struggled for game time during the majority of his time in West London.
“His jaw was broken by robbers at his home in Barcelona while trying to protect his wife and children,” he told L’Équipe
“At Chelsea, he played with a mask at the start. It could only be a nightmare year.
“Now it’s over. He has a smile. He