Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has slapped in a transfer demand at Borussia Dortmund.
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Dortmund star Aubameyang has found himself in hot water once again, and has been dropped by his German club for bad behaviour on a few occasions now.
Stoger said: "It was a relatively important session that he stayed away from, which showed me that he is not so focused".
The 28-year-old was left out of Dortmund's last squad after refusing to attend to a team meeting and his future has come under serious scrutiny. 'I expect everything to be as it was.
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Yet there seems little doubt that Aubameyang would bring goals to Arsenal, and landing one of Europe's most impressive goalscorers would also help ease the pain of seeing Gunners talisman Sanchez depart.
The Gunners' longest-serving player has scored 108 goals for the club but has found game time hard to come by this season in a year when he is desperate to be included in Gareth Southgate's England squad for the World Cup in Russian Federation.
Manager Michael Zorc said: "What is going now now is not to be tolerated by the club. Without him, Sanchez simply can not go to United". "He's going to cost £100m anyway so I'm not quite sure what City's economics are, particularly when they've spent £50m on Kyle Walker and the package of his wages over five years might cost £80m".
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When asked if Aubemeyang might be punished with extra training following his latest misdemeanors, he commented: "No, if that was a punishment, I would have been there [on the training field] and would be watching him". There is trouble in the team and that is not good'.