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32,000 Arsenal Fans Watched Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Private Jet Fly From Dortmund To London

Jack Kenmare

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32,000 Arsenal Fans Watched Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Private Jet Fly From Dortmund To London

In a moment that can only be described as 'peak Arsenal Twitter', thousands of fans dedicated an hour and a half towards watching a private jet's journey from Dortmund to London.

Twitter account Flightradar24, who track air traffic in real time, sent the Arsenal community into a frenzy this afternoon when they suggested that Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was on a flight to the capital.

"Looks like there is a private jet flying from Dortmund to London. Any guess who the passenger might be?" they tweeted.

From that moment onward, a jet that supposedly contained the speedy frame of Aubameyang went viral, with the hashtag trending in the UK.

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It was also revealed that has his dad Pierre and his two Brothers Catilina and Willy accompanied him on the flight to London, as the transfer draws nearer.

32,000 Arsenal fans watched a virtual screen tracking his progress, according to Flightradar24. You can't knock their commitment to the cause, can you.

Somebody even created a Twitter account named "Flight C25A", informing users of the plane's progress.



Here's how Twitter reacted to the news



Thoughts on Aubameyang's potential move to Arsenal? Will he be a success at the Emirates?

Let us know in the comments.

Topics: Football News, Football, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Twitter

Jack Kenmare
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