Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would prefer a move to a European club if he does depart Arsenal in January and AC Milan are reportedly keen on a reunion.
According to Sky Sports in the UK, Aubameyang could well be set for an exit in the next week given his future at Arsenal is very uncertain after he was stripped of the captaincy and has been frozen out. Paris Saint-Germain, Marseille, Juventus, Milan and Sevilla have all registered interest as per the source, though Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr are the only side to have made a concrete offer.
Aubameyang was first left out of the Gunners’ squads due to ‘a breach of discipline’ and he has 18 months left on his contract with the London club, so they are keen to get rid of him because they could save around £25m and an exit in this transfer window would represent a saving of around £25m (€30m) in wages.
The Gabon international has made 15 appearances across all competitions this season and has scored four in the league, and he recently came back early from the Africa Cup of Nations for medical checks after being diagnosed with heart lesions following a positive Covid test, but he is all clear.