Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is reportedly open to the prospect of joining Manchester United during the ongoing transfer window.
Earlier this month, talkSPORT presenter Andy Goldstein revealed that the Red Devils hold an interest in the Gabon international and they could seek to prise him away from the Gunners in a £70m move.
Adding to that, a report from Tuttsport has now claimed that the 30-year-old has said ‘yes’ to a potential move to United, who are aiming to replace Romelu Lukaku upfront.
Aubameyang was the leading goalgetter for the Gunners during the previous campaign and he amassed 31 goals across all competitions while also sharing the Premier League Golden Boot.
The north London side are currently said to be working on a limited £45m budget for the summer and reports have emerged that a few first-team stars could be sold to increase the overall transfer kitty.
United, meanwhile, are open to the potential sale of Romelu Lukaku, who bagged just 15 goals last term. The marksman has been tipped to join Inter Milan in recent weeks.