Real Madrid is one among the clubs that pursue Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang-but want the Gunners response by the center of next month
Real Madrid has set a deadline of 15 June for Arsenal to make a decision on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The La Liga giants are among the clubs chasing the Gunners striker who’s just 13 months left on his north London contract.
Aubameyang isn’t expected to sign a replacement deal at the Emirates, leaving Arsenal to make a decision whether to take advantage now or to permit its contract to run down.
Real want to sign him, but they will not wait to ascertain if the Gabon star will join them until the center of next month.
Madrid is willing to sign the striker who is out of contract at the top of next season and appears likely to go away the club playing football within the Champions League.
Arsenal is currently ninth within the Premier League table, 18-point adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea, and will also miss out on football within the Europa League.
One possibility that the Spaniards wanted to debate was a possible swap offer that included Dani Ceballos.
The Gabon international contract at the Emirates Stadium is about to expire at the top of next season and it’s been reported that the attacker will attempt to advance during the transfer window this summer. an entire host of clubs are cited, including Madrid, with an interest within the 30-year-old who scored 20 times in 32 appearances during the 2019-20 campaign.
According to The Mirror, Los Blancos wants Arsenal to make a decision on whether to sanction the forwards’ departure by the 2020-21 season before 15 June. Manchester United, Chelsea, and Barcelona also are expected to watch developments as Aubameyang heads his contract with Mikel Arteta for the ultimate 12 months of his contract. For the Gunners, former Borussia Dortmund forward had netted 61 times in 97 appearances.