Reports in Italy have indicated that former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emeric Aubameyang could leave Arsenal for the Binaconerri.
The latest report from Italy says that they are only prepared to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal if he is available on loan.
The Bianconeri wants a striker to reinforce the squad during the January transfer window but remains short on funds.
If the deal went successful, the Gabonese captain would love to leave the Emirates Stadium.
Aubameyang becomes a transfer target after being disciplined by Arsenal due to disciplinary issues.
As part of the punishment, the Gabon skipper has been training separately from the rest of the squad.
The 32-year-old has been in the surroundings. Auba, as he is fondly called, began his career as a youth in Italy with the Milan academy before he was sold to Saint-Etienne in January 2012.
According to Calciomercato.com, Juventus are only prepared to make an offer for Aubameyang if he is available on loan.
Their finances remain tight, and they do not have many options to offer in part exchange, so the Old Lady will be very low on the list of potential buyers for Gabon international.
Meanwhile, Lazio have put van Aanholt of Galatasaray with Vedat Muriqi.
Lazio are on the hunt for a left-back in January, with their targets becoming PSG’s Layvin Kurzawa and Patrick van Aanholt of Galatasaray, with Vedat Muriqi possibly used in exchange.
PSG needs to cover a portion of the €4m per season wages for the 31-year-old Dutchman, who is currently playing for Galatasaray.
It has also been mooted that Lazio could potentially use Muriqi as part of an exchange.
The game time of the Kosovan has been reduced as he seemed not to be favoured by the Italian tactician.
Muriqi, who joined Lazio from Fenerbahce in 2020 for €20m, might be thinking of a return, where he was also impressed at Giresunspor, Genclerbirligi, and Rizespor.
Written by:Oladipupo Mojeed