When asked about the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mikel Arteta insisted yesterday that Arsenal cannot be a club that sells its best player to bring in others. In other words, it cannot be a selling club. He's right there. It can't, mainly because it doesn't have enough cash to be the opposite - a buying club.It was bad enough when the likes of Cesc Fabregas and Robin van Persie left to go and win trophies. But at least Arsenal had the means back then to bring in decent replacements, even though they weren't of the same quality. The situation appears different now. Money is extremely tight. Not only that, Arsenal's cachet has changed. No longer a Champions League competitor, they simply cannot attract the same kind of talent as they could in the good years under Arsene Wenger. Click here to read full news..