Juventus are tempted to offer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a way out of Arsenal in the January transfer window, according to Tuttosport.
Aubameyang, who has recently been stripped of the Gunners armband following a ‘disciplinary breach’, has been left out of multiple matchday squads by manager Mikel Arteta.
His relationship with Arteta may well now be beyond repair, which has sparked rumours that the Gabonese forward could leave the Emirates when the January transfer window opens.
Of course, for that to be plausible, there needs to be sufficient interest in signing Aubameyang, and from clubs capable of paying his sky-high wages.
According to Italian outlet Tuttosport, Juventus could be one side in the running to sign him this winter.
Juve are likely to be active in the January window as they look to avoid the disaster of missing out on Champions League football, with Aubameyang reportedly having been identified as a target.
Whether they will turn their interest into a concrete offer remains to be seen, but with Cristiano Ronaldo having left so late in the summer window, there is still funds to be used by Massimiliano Allegri.
They may well be used on Aubameyang…