The winter transfer window has gotten to its peak period as speculation are at their highest and everyone have their eyes ears to the ground as to who is buying or selling who.
With 20 goals in 19 league games so far this season, Aubameyang has been on the wanted list of many of European football power houses and it would surely be one of the major January transfers whould he depart Signal-Iduna-Park in the winter window.
The reigning African Footballer of the year is reportedly rated in the region of £45m and £55m, with Arsenal his biggest suitors and Liverpool also mentioned due to the Jurgen Klopp link.
The Nigerian international had been linked with a move to the King Power stadium with Leicester and it looked as though the deal was going to be completed way before deadline day but the introduction of Manchester United in the race for the former Kano Pillars star seems to have prompted CSKA to hold on to their valuable asset for a higher fee.
The Russian club CSKA Moscow are believed to have rejected an improved offer from Premier League leaders Leicester City for as Manchester United could be looking to bolster their attack with the Nigeria international.
Sunderland have been reported to have made an attempt for the Swansea and Ghanaian attacker and is believed the Black Cats were readying a £12million bid for the former Marseille man, who joined the Swans on a free transfer last summer.
But the Mirror says Swansea have rejected an approach from Sunderland for Ayew who scored and won a penalty when both sides met at the Liberty Stadium in last midweek clash.
With the transfer window slamming shut on Monday by 23:00hrs, his exit from the Liberty stadium to the Stadium of Light looks unlikely especially with the arrival of new manager Francesco Guidolin.
Super Eagles and Lazio enforcer Ogenyi Onazi has been linked with moves to England and Germany as he hopes to end to his Lazio spell but as at the time of press, no concrete bid has been heard of for the combative midfielder.
New Swansea City boss, Francesco Guidolin on his arrival at the club was said to have made the Nigerian his top targets this winter as reported in the Italian media. The report also claimed Swansea were preparing a 5m Euro bid, but need to up that fee if they are to convince the Rome-based club to sell.
Manchester United who made a late move for the Senegalese last summer have already had a £30m bid for the player rejected by Southampton according to reports.
The fee is believed to be an extortionate fee for a player who has scored only three goals this season. Mane and Ronald Koeman have are believed to have been at loggerheads recently – a situation that could see the transfer come to fruition but there are still doubts over the Saints’ readiness to part with one of their best legs this season.