Chelsea offered ideal solution, prolific 40-goal Euro marksman available for £70m

Eloi Lecerf
Julho 12, 2017

The Blues are set to be closing in on Borussia Dortmund star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang instead, according to reports.

Spanish newspaper Marca is claiming that the Blues are prepared to make an offer to sign the 28-year-old Gabon worldwide after the west London side missed out on the chance to sign Romelu Lukaku.

As a result, although they're likely to face competition from AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain for Aubameyang, it's claimed that the Gabon worldwide has been offered to Chelsea for £70m, and now it remains to be seen whether or not the Premier League champions make their move.

Chelsea confirmed their second signing of the summer on Sunday when they tied up a deal to land Roma defender Antonio Rudiger.

Antonio Conte is keen to strengthen his attacking options ahead of the new Premier League season having told Diego Costa that he is surplus to requirements.

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This news comes after Sky Sports reporter Kaveh Solhekol claimed that Dortmund have offered Chelsea the chance to sign Aubameyang this summer for £70m.

The main goal of the London club is considered to be the striker of real Madrid and the Spanish national team, Alvaro Morata, but the negotiations are very hard, and before the first match of the season is not so much time.

Dortmund have already admitted that they are open to selling the Gabon worldwide and it's reported that he would prefer a move to the Premier League over the Chinese Super League.

Aubameyang racked up 40 goals in all competitions last season in 46 appearances and has scored 120 in 189 games for Dortmund since joining in 2013, as well as providing 33 assists.

He has three years left on his current contract at Dortmund.

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