Dortmund striker is finally set to leave the club for a 70 million euros ($84 million) offer according to Beijing Youth Daily.
The report says that the speedy striker who has scored 13 Bundesliga goals so far this season is already being priced by at least two Chinese sides.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is wanted by at least four English teams as well as clubs from French, German and Spanish but so far none of them has been able to secure the signature of Borussia Dortmund’s prolific striker.
The Gabonese forward is one of Europe’s hottest properties, having scored a whopping 141 goals in 212 games during his five years with Dortmund.
Also, he is heavily linked with Real Madrid who are looking to strengthen their striking force after letting off Alvaro Morata join Chelsea at the beginning of the season.
And regardless of the fact that Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande are eager to sign the 28-year-old, where we are most likely to see him move is to a Premier League club.
The 28-year-old has been linked with a host of clubs all over Europe but he could end up in the money-rich Chinese Super League (CSL), according to the reports, with Fabio Cannavaro’s Guangzhou Evergrande said to be leading the race to snare him.
The newspaper says Evergrande are prepared to pay wages of 18 million euros a year to Aubameyang, about 345,000 euros a week, and suggests that a deal has been reached for Aubameyang to move in the summer.
If the deal goes ahead, the fee would top the Asian-record 60 million euros that CSL club Shanghai SIPG paid Chelsea a year ago for Brazilian attacking midfielder Oscar.