Arsenal might add a search for a striker as they might lose Aubameyang who is been closely watched by Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Aubameyang is of course disappointed with the Arsenal performance this season as all his efforts to make sure matches are been won have all been rubbished by the weak defense.
10 goals in 14 league games for Arsenal and Gunners are still 7 points from the top 4 isn’t something encouraging for Auba who has in-turn refused to extend his contract which is set to expire during the Summer days of 2021.
Several clubs have been linked to the 30-year-old during the last transfer window including Manchester United, a guest who aroused so much noise from the both team supporters.
According to an Italian media outlet, Tuttomercatoweb; Aubameyang is the number one name on Inter Milan list should they lose Lautaro Martinez to FC Barcelona who are in the late days of Luis Suarez playing career.
Although the Uruguayan striker had hinted he prefers Chelsea striker, Tammy Abraham a better striker than Martinez after he told in an interview that he spends more time watching Abraham than he does on Martinez.
Barcelona are supposedly in-turn interested in the player who broke a 49-years spell the Camp Nou giants laid on Inter Milan; Lautaro Martinez.
Meanwhile at the other end, Le10sport published Inter Milan are yet to make any official declaration of their interest in bringing in Aubameyang but reports disclosed the Nerazurris have been scouting the Gabonese for quite sometime now.
Another team on Auba’s radar is the Spanish giant, Real Madrid whose hope of a better replacement for Benzema in Luka Jovic who has found it difficult to land his foot on Santiago grass, has been shattered.
According to mega sports news agent, Skysports; Real Madrid are cooking a £70m delicacy for the Arsenal captain who netted the double equalizer for his side yesterday as Arsenal drew against Norwich.
More tension for Gunners as Aubamenyang close teammate, Lacazette has also refused to sign a contract extension amid unsure future with the North London side.