Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is returning to his normal health after suffering from Malaria.
Pierre-Emerick Aubemeyang, who was recently diagnosed with Malaria, has been doing well. Reportedly, he was on his international duty with Gabon national team when he contracted the disease.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang affirmed on social media that he has been recovering well. Photo Source: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's Instagram (@auba)
The skipper's club manager Mikel Arteta gave updates in a recent interview that he was recovering well and feeling good. The Spaniard coach added that the club would see how their star man recovers in the next few days.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with his coach Mikel Arteta. Photo Source: NewsChain
Through his Instagram, the striker himself confirmed that he was feeling better each day. The 31-year-old wrote:
"Hey guys, thanks for all the messages and calls. Unfortunately, I contracted Malaria whilst being on national team duty in Gabon a few weeks ago. I've spent a few days in hospital this week but I'm already feeling much better every day, thanks to the great doctors that detected and treated the virus so quickly. I wasn't really feeling myself the last couple weeks but will be back stronger than ever soon! Will be watching my boys now, huge game for us! Let's go and get it @arsenal."
The former Borussia Dortmund star's team is not doing too bad in his absence as Arsenal reached the semifinals of the Europa League with a big win over Slavia Prague. Having played 1-1 at the Etihad Stadium in the first leg, the Gunners thrashed the Czech club 4-0 and progressed to the next round 5-1 on aggregate. The English club will play Villareal in the semifinal on April 29.