In recent days, Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang has been consistently linked with a possible move from Germany to team up with the Gunners in England as the English side gear up to make a massive transfer that could define their season and establish them as the biggest title contender for the English premier league this season.
The current club of Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang, Borussia Dortmund, has refused to rule out the possibility of selling the Gabon international to Arsenal as January transfer heats up. Reports actually suggested that Arsenal are ready to pay the £42 million asking price for the forward and the German side are possibly considering the offer.
The current CEO of Borussia Dortmund, Hans-Joachim Watzke, has refused to rule out the possibility of selling Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang to Arsenal when he was being questioned by the media over the weekend. Hans-Joachim Watzke explicitly explained that the German club is not dependent on Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang despite being their top scorer this season. This claim made by the CEO of Borussia Dortmund is a pointer to the fact that Pierre–Emerick Aubameyang may be switching over to London by the end of January.
The Gabonese has tormented defenders in German this season and he is one of the hottest forwards in the world at the moment. His 24 goals in 23 matches have kept Borussia Dortmund in a good position in the Bundesliga and they are also on a good run in the Europa League. He will definitely be a good addition for the Gunners if he should join them.