After he “ruined everything” in Borussia Dortmund’s weekend’s derby draw against Schalke 04, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang may be moved on in the January transfer window.
The Gabonese attacker has a long history of indiscipline at the German side and only returned from a suspension against Tottenham last week, but he got himself on the wrong side of the news again as he was red carded with Borussia Dortmund 4-0 up in their last match. Dortmund went on to draw that game 4-4 and his manager Peter Bosz blamed him for ruining everything.
Aubameyang was put on the market last summer, but there was surprisingly a shortage of takers and the club had to keep hold of him. But his latest show of indiscipline is set to see him leave the Yellow Wall.
Liverpool and Chelsea are known admirers of the pacy forward, with Jurgen Klopp in pole position if the two teams battle for his signature. Klopp signed Aubameyang for Dortmund and remains and admirer of the striker as he looks to add pace to his attacking line that already boasts of the likes of Sadio Mane and Mo Salah.
Aubameyang was the highest goal scorer in the German league last season, and would leave Dortmund for a hefty fee.