Borussia Dortmund chief Michael Zorc has claimed the club are furious with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang over his recent behaviour in the wake of Arsenal’s interest.
Aubameyang was left out of Dortmund’s side to face Wolfsburg yesterday with head coach Peter Stoger claiming he was punished due to missing a “very important team meeting”.
It comes in the wake of strong rumours suggesting Arsenal are set to complete a stunning £53million deal this month.
It’s not the first time he has been in trouble with the club having missed a game earlier in the season for similar reasons and once again 2016.
Despite his ill-discipline, Aubameyang has once again proved why he is one of Europe’s leading strikers this season, scoring 21 goals in 23 games.
But Sky Sports reporter Guillem Balague claimed yesterday Arsenal are keen to close out a deal to sign the Gabon international with Alexis Sanchez set to leave the club.
And Dortmund sporting director Zorc has hinted Aubameyang’s days with the Bundesliga outfit are numbered.
“At some point you can’t tolerate it any more,” Zorc said.