Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang admits he faces an uncertain future amid talk of a move to Manchester United. The in-form 26-year-old is among the most sought-after players in European football and although he is enjoying life at the Westfalenstadion, the Gabon international does not know what the future holds.
Aubameyang has been persistently linked with a move to Old Trafford over recent months, with reports suggesting he could make a £70m ($116.1m) switch to the Premier League. Aubameyang has insisted he is happy in Germany, but hinted that a big-money move this summer remains a possibility.
"I feel very well at Dortmund. I do not know what the future holds, but I feel very comfortable," the striker said, as per Fussball Transfers.
Aubameyang admitted he was disappointed to see Dortmund sell Mats Hummels and Ilkay Gundogan. However, the United transfer target remains optimistic about the club's future.
"I had many meetings with the club management to talk about the future," Aubameyang said amid United's interest in his services. "It's strange to lose two key players. Especially since they were the backbone of the team. But I trust the club. There are many ways to find solutions and to make good transfers. "