Arsenal are reportedly eyeing a move for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, according to German publication Revier Sport.
The Gabon international joined the Bundesliga side in 2013 and has been impressive in his last two seasons at the club. He was the top scorer for the Westfalenstadion outfit last season, scoring 16 goals from 33 appearances in the league.
This impressive showing has attracted interest from the 12-time FA Cup winners, with the Bild reporting earlier in the summer that the Gunners were preparing a €40m (£28m, $45m) bid for the forward.
Arsene Wenger has hinted that the club may not make any more additions, as he feels that he has a strong enough squad to compete for honours in the upcoming season, but made it clear that the door is still open if the club find a player of top quality.
The north London club have been linked to a host of strikers in recent weeks, and according to The Sun, the Gunners are preparing a move for Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema, while Corriere Dello Sport was suggesting a move for Napoli star Gonzalo Higuain.
However, the French manager has dismissed a move for the former at the moment, but with Arsenal planning to mount a title challenge next season, Wenger could yet make a move during the later stages of the transfer window.
Apart from the Emirates Stadium outfit, the report claims that Paris Saint-Germain have also shown interest in the striker. And it is believed that Aubameyang could be open to the idea of moving this summer, as he is certain to get a hefty pay rise from either of the clubs.
But Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has made it clear to interested clubs that the Gabon international is not for sale at any price.
"He's not for sale," Watzke said, as quoted by German publication Revier Sport.