Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could be on his way to Juventus as the Italian side are making move for the Arsenal forward.
The Gabonese international has been banished from the Gunners’ first team to their U-23 squad after being accused of a disciplinary breach.
He has not been listed in the Gunners’ squad for their last two matches, while he has also been stripped of the club captaincy.
And now Juventus appear to be his next destination as the Serie A giants are looking into the possibility of signing the 32-year-old in January.
Tuttosport reports that Juventus’ finances are ‘delicate’, meaning they would have to sign players who are unhappy or those whose contract runs out in the summer.
Juve would be open to signing Aubameyang on an initial six-month loan deal in January.