Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 15 Sep 2020 4:09 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.4kShares Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signs new Arsenal contract Advertisement This is where you belong, Auba â¤ï¸ð¤ @Aubameyang7 pic.twitter.com/sgViWSBYWf— Arsenal (@Arsenal) September 15, 2020 Aubameyang is staying at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has underlined his commitment to the north London club by signing a new contract.The club captain had entered the final 12 months of his previous deal and offered only a coy response to questions over his future following the Community Shield win over Liverpool earlier this month.But the 31-year-old has finally ended months of speculation by nailing his colours to the Gunners mast and will continue to play a lead role in the rebuilding job currently being undertaken by head coach Mikel Arteta. ‘I’m so happy a bit nervous so many people here. people were asking me to sign da ting and it’s finally done,’ said Aubameyang.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘I’m so happy to stay here this is my home. As you know, i’m so happy here. It’s a great day. I hope you enjoy your day. View 3 comments ‘I signed da ting because I wanted to become an Arsenal legend and leave a legacy. It’s the time to work a lot to become a legend, but for sure I will work hard and give my best.’Despite Arsenal’s struggles last season, Aubaeyang enjoyed another stellar individual campaign, scoring 29 goals in all competitions and inherited the armband from Granit Xhaka after the Switzerland international was demoted following an altercation with his own fans during a game against Crystal Palace last October.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalAubameyang, who was on the scoresheet during his side’s opening day 3-0 win over Fulham, joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018 in what was then a club record £56million transfer. Overall, the prolific striker has scored 79 goals in 111 appearances in all competitions and cemented his status as one of European football’s most prolific forwards. The likes of Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus were reported to have registered an interest in signing the former Saint-Etienne star but the remaining peak years of his career will now be played out in north London.MORE: Arsenal sign midfielder Tim Akinola after release from Huddersfield TownMORE: Arsenal sign Tottenham reject Jonathan DinzeyiFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Advertisement
DEARBORN COUNTY – Drivers will be forced down to one lane at select bridges on Interstate 74 in Dearborn County while crews repair pavement and deck overlays.The work is slated to begin later this week and is dependent on the weather.Nine I-74 bridges at five locations will be rehabilitated between the Indiana-Ohio state line and a structure site west of St. Leon.Johnson Fork and Johnson Fork Road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—1.23 miles east of U.S. Highway 52White’s Hill Road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—1.23 miles west of U.S. 52U.S. 52 and the Indiana & Ohio Railroad—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—5.44 miles east of S.R. 1East Fork of Tanners Creek and an adjacent Dearborn County road—I-74 eastbound and westbound bridges—2.07 miles west of S.R. 46the I-74 ramp and bridge over the Indiana & Ohio Railroad—5.32 miles east of S.R. 1RAM Construction Services, the state’s contractor, plans to begin operations late in the week—weather permitting—for this $563,481 INDOT Seymour District bridge preservation project.INDOT officials anticipate bridge overlays with lane restrictions will continue through October.Motorists will be alerted to single-lane work sites by message signs and arrow boards.