Barcelona is reportedly planning a summer transfer move to secure the services of a £250,000-a-week attacker, who plays for Arsenal, according to reports.
The 32-year-old Arsenal forward has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move to the Emirates Stadium in the past months, with his performance reported to have attracted interest from the North London club.
Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang has been able to establish himself as a key player for Arsenal since he joined them from Borussia Dortmund, enjoying a regular first-team start in the process.
Barcelona has remained keen on bolstering their attacking departments, having seen Lionel Messi made the switch to Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
According to reports, Arsenal is planning to offload Aubamenyang this summer, as a way to raise funds to secure a move for some of their targets and Barcelona looks to have identified the Arsenal attacker as a potential transfer target this summer.
Aubamenyang was able to make 29 Premier League appearances for Arsenal in the last season and scored 10 goals.
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