Arsenal has been given a June 15 deadline set by Real Madrid to make a decision on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future.
By the end of the next season, the Gabon international deal at the Emirates Stadium is set to expire and it has been theorized that the attacker will be looking to step on during this summer’s transfer window.
During the 2019-20 campaign, the 30-year-old who scored 20 times in 32 appearances has been in the eye of many clubs including Real Madrid.
Los Blancos want Arsenal to decide by 15 June whether to give a green light on the departure of the forwards by the 2020-21 season, According to The Mirror.
As Aubameyang moves forward for the final 12 months of his contract with Mikel Arteta, his developments are expected to be monitored by Manchester United, Chelsea and Barcelona.
For the Gunners, Ex Borussia Dortmund forward scored 61 times in 97 appearances.
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