Gabon star, Emerick Aubameyang is one of the hottest properties in European football and Dortmund’s sporting director Joachim Watzke has warned clubs looking for his services that they will have to pay in the region of £95m.
The former AC Milan forward has scored 32 goals in 36 appearances for Thomas Tuchel’s side this season.
Arsene Wenger is a huge admirer of Aubameyang and will love to lure him to the Emirates next season but reports last month suggested Manchester United have prioritize the player for this summer.
And, though Dortmund are reluctant to lose their star man, Watzke says the club will listen to offers of between £78-95m for the forward.
‘If at any time an offer of €100m (£78m) or €120 million (£95m) for Aubameyang comes to us, then we will discuss,’ Watzke told Kicker via AS.
However, Aubameyang told French publication L’Equipe that his dream is to play at the Bernabeu in Madrid.
“My childhood dream was to play for Real Madrid,” Aubameyang said.
“I promised my grandfather, who was from Avila some 110 kilometres away from Madrid, that I would play there. I realise that it will not be easy, but is always in the back of my mind.