Saint-Etienne forward and Premier League target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has revealed an offer of approximately £10m could be enough to tempt the Ligue 1 outfit into selling him during the summer transfer window.

The Gabon international has 16 goals and eight assists to his name from 28 league appearances this season and his efforts could help Saint-Etienne finish in the top three and clinch a Champions League spot for next season.

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Aubameyang has been strongly linked with Arsenal and Newcastle United, while Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are also believed to be interested in the 23-year-old. In addition, a host of other top European clubs, such as Paris St Germain (PSG) and Borussia Dortmund, are also understood to be keeping tabs on the Saint-Etienne star.

"If people are talking about me then I am not aware of it. But if someone offers €12m to the club I do not know if I'll go or not. I am calm because I still have two years on my contract to go," Aubameyang said.

The Gabonese hitman is in sublime form at the moment and has scored eight goals in his last eight Ligue 1 appearances. The AC Milan youth product earlier claimed both Manchester United and Manchester City had made contact with his camp, regarding a potential transfer.

"I want to leave with everyone happy. There is contact with the two Manchester clubs and also clubs in Italy, especially Fiorentina and another big Italian club," the player said.

Meanwhile, Aubameyang's team mate, defender Kurt Zouma, revealed last week that he too could leave Les Verts at the end of the season.

The centre-back, who is understood to be a target for both United and City, recently signed a new contract that runs until 2017. He said he hoped to play in the Champions League with Saint-Etienne but insisted he could be open to a move this summer.

"The Champions League, it's a mad dream. By extending my contract, I said to myself that I was going to stay another year. Having said that, you don't know what might happen this summer. Those are the unpredictable things in football, but it's enriching," Zouma pointed out.

Saint-Etienne are currently fourth in the Ligue 1 table, with 49 points from 29 matches, just two points off the third and final Champions League slot.