Sunday Jan 28, 2018. 17:33
Borussia Dortmund's stance on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has changed once more, with the club having stated this weekend that they are happy to part ways with the forward - barring Arsenal meet their asking price.
The Gunners have been strongly linked with the 28-year-old's services over the past few weeks, following the departure of Alexis Sanchez to English Premier League rivals Manchester United.
Aubameyang has made it clear that he is keen on a move to the Emirates, following five years at Dortmund where he has scored 141 goals in 213 games.
The Gabon intentional returned to the starting eleven for the German club in a 2-2 draw against Freiburg on Saturday, but was ineffective with the club's fans making their feelings clear as they booed the striker throughout.
"We are ready to realize a transfer under certain parameters, but only if these are fully met," Dortmund's Director Michael Zorc is quoted as saying.
"Arsenal has started several attempts so far. We've up to now refused them all."
Dortmund are reportedly holding out for an offer over £50 million, which would subsequently break Arsenal's transfer record.