Olivier Giroud to Chelsea: Former Arsenal forward believes deal should happen

Arsenal January transfer news LIVE Chelsea want Giroud

Arsenal January transfer news LIVE Chelsea want Giroud

But Marcos Rodriguez of Don Balon reveals that the Gabonese striker has been approached by two other clubs this January - Atletico Madrid and Sevilla - both of which he has rejected.

So, you could forgive Arsenal for going that extra mile before Deadline Day and, according to German outlet BILD, the Gunners are willing to venture into unknown territory.

Arsenal have seen two bids for Aubameyang rejected already, most recent an offer of 50m euros (£43.64m) on Wednesday.

The Gunners have been heavily linked with a move for the Gabon International striker as a replacement for Alexis Sanchez, who completed his surprise move to Manchester United last week.

Aubameyang has made 24 appearances for his German club so far this season, scoring 21 goals and assisting three further strikes.

"As for the rest, that will be resolved by January 31".

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Paris' rats have come out of the sewers - a rodent expert says France's capital has 1.75 rats per human being. Parisians remained largely unfazed Friday as the Seine River continued to rise and approach peak levels.

Arsenal also have a long-standing interest in West Brom's Jonny Evans, with the path seemingly clear as Manchester City close in on Athletic Bilbao centre back Aymeric Laporte.

"That would be a great move for him".

Another move Ronaldo is allegedly weighing up is a return to the Premier League this summer, with Chelsea, according to The Sun.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan was thrown into the Sanchez deal with Wenger now turning his attentions to Germany and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The potential transfer hinges on whether Dortmund are able to get a replacement for the Gabon global in time before deadline day of the January transfer window on Wednesday (31 January).

The 22-year-old winger joined the Ligue 1 side from Lazio last summer for £30m, but sporting director Michael Emenalo reportedly is ready to cash in on the Senegal worldwide.

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