Borussia Dortmund are ready to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang following his suspension by the club and have now named their price, according to reports.
The Gabon international reportedly turned up late for training, the second such infraction in the space of the year, resulting in a fine and suspension that saw him miss a Bundesliga match against Stuttgart.
He returned for the visit of Tottenham in the Champions League, and scored, but infuriated the club again by getting sent off in the shock 4-4 draw with Schalke on Saturday – despite being four goals ahead at half-time.
And now Bild say Aubameyang’s relationship with BVB is deteriorating so fast they are ready to offload him, despite fighting off a number of suitors over the summer.
Aubameyang is spending more and more time thinking about how he can leave the club, and Dortmund’s decision makers are ready to let him go if they receive a fee of around €60 million (£53m).
That will grab the attention of the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, who are known to want more firepower up front.
Jurgen Klopp is thought to be ready to let Daniel Sturridge leave in January and worked with Aubameyang at Dortmund, while Antonio Conte wanted another striker during the summer but missed out on Fernando Llorente.
At present, Aubameyang’s likeliest destinations are either AC Milan or Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian, both of whom made contact over the summer but were rebuffed by Dortmund.