It is like Chelsea is getting all the backlash after they lost their many matches and this is another episode of those criticisms.
Aubameyang looked like a shadow of his former self as he struggled to make an impact, having been brought on after five minutes following an injury sustained by Raheem Sterling.
The 33-year-old suffered the ignominy of being hauled off midway through the second half and Parlour believes the former Arsenal captain didn’t make any runs during the tie.
“He just doesn’t look like he is interested. That is the big problem you have,” Parlour told talkSPORT.
“Since the likes of Drogba going back many years, Hasselbaink, players like that for Chelsea, proper number nines who have they had. Lukaku?
“Whether it’s the way they play and it’s not ideal for them, but certainly they are really struggling for a real goalscorer.
“I would look at a striker more for Chelsea (in terms of new signings). Aubameyang came on, he doesn’t look the same player for me, he doesn’t look like he is enjoying his football, he didn’t make any runs and wasn’t really in the game.”