Chelsea legend, Chris Sutton, has hit out at striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, saying the former Arsenal captain looks disinterested.
Sutton also insisted that Chelsea manager Graham Potter may never play Aubameyang for the Blues again.
He said this after Chelsea suffered a 1-0 Premier League defeat to Manchester City on Thursday night at Stamford Bridge.
Aubameyang made a bright start to his Chelsea career but has now gone ten games without a goal and looks like a shadow of the striker who tore up the Premier League at his peak with Arsenal.
“Aubameyang looked like he did not want to be here this evening. He’s not the only one. Cucurella, they have spent an absolute fortune on him and he looks well, well short for a Chelsea team that wants to win trophies,” Sutton told the BBC.
“I wonder whether Graham Potter is thinking, how can I play Aubameyang again in a Chelsea jersey after how woeful he was.
“I’m always wary of criticising players for lack of effort or poor body language, but Aubameyang absolutely epitomised that – I thought he was woeful and hopeless and didn’t give anywhere near enough.
“He looked disinterested and I suspect Graham Potter will be thinking, blimey, he’s never going to play in a Chelsea jersey again under me.”