Dortmund still waiting on ´concrete´ offer for Aubameyang


The France worldwide has attracted interest from a number of clubs in the Premier League, which include West Ham and Crystal Palace amid reports that the Frenchman is keen to stay in London as his family is settled in the capital.

Bordeaux president Stephane Martin, meanwhile, has said there was no formal contact between Malcom and Arsenal, with much of the early talks being conducted between the player's representatives and Arsenal officials.

If Arsenal are to stand any chance in reclaiming some of the current eight-point deficit to fourth-place Chelsea in the Premier League during the remainder of this campaign, they need to find goals, and Aubameyang could well be the man to provide that.

The 72-year-old Bayern boss says he is especially sympathetic after Ousmane Dembele boycotted training at Dortmund last August in a bid to force Borussia to eventually sell him to Barcelona.

With all his disciplinary issues, many feel the Gabon global has played his last game for Dortmund and it has been claimed the BVB are already moving on to find a replacement.

"We assume that Arsene Wenger From Back Page has enough to do, looking after the performance of his own players". "We can build on the last 30 minutes".

"Things which happened with Aubameyang and [Ousmane] Dembele I see very critically".

The Gunners were believed to be considering putting Giroud in a swap deal for the Gabon worldwide, given that he would now be third in line for a starting spot should the transfer happen, with Alexander Lacazette and Aubameyang both ahead of him in the pecking order.

He missed Sunday's 0-0 draw with Wolfsburg after he failed to attend a team meeting. "He himself decides if he's considered".

"We had a good discussion on Monday", coach Peter Stoeger said at his pre-match press conference. Right now I have the impression that everything's OK. As long as he's a Dortmund player, I'll be counting on him. It's a lot quieter than it seems. "Aubameyang brings his qualities".

According to German magazine, Kicker, Dortmund want 70 million euros ($85.6m) for last season's top-scorer in the German league.