Arsenal target Aubameyang slaps in Borussia Dortmund transfer demand

Aubameyang chasing Arsenal move- reports

Aubameyang chasing Arsenal move- reports

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is on his way out of Borussia Dortmund, that's the impression Bild give in an article published on Monday evening.

Arsenal also have been chasing Bordeaux striker Malcolm, but Aubameyang has emerged as the Gunners' top January transfer target.

Wenger's new recruitment supremo Sven Mislintat knows both Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan from his spell at Dortmund. Having had a positive experience with the Gabonese global, he'll be desperate for his new club to land the star. And, according to The Guardian, the club is "increasingly confident" that it will be able to sign the Gabon worldwide.

Manchester United have offered the Armenia worldwide to the Gunners as part of their negotiations to bring Sanchez to Old Trafford. The Chilean is reportedly on the verge of a transfer to Manchester United, after Manchester City pulled-out of the race to sign the forward from Arsenal.

Obviously, Borussia Dortmund have a high valuation of their Gabonese attacker.

The news surfaced yesterday evening, giving Arsenal fans a slight glimmer of hope following their tiresome performance at Bournemouth in which they lost 2-1.




His performance heavily depends on the chances created by his teammates and should they fail to make enough opportunities, Aubameyang is very likely to struggle.

Aubameyang scored three times against Real Madrid in this season's Champions League group stages.

Having won the Bundesliga Golden Cannon last season with 31 goals, Aubameyang has continued where he left off in the current campaign.

Fans will absolutely hate Wengerif Aubameyang does not end up at Arsenal due to the manager's insane stance.

According to the ever-reliable Sky Sports sources, Arsenal are willing to go as high as €60million for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang despite reservations over his temperament following a spate of recent off-field disciplinary lapses.

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