French Ligue 1 club, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) have started talks with the entourage of Chelsea striker, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang about a move to sign for the club.
Aubameyang was a late deadline signing for Chelsea with a reported fee of around 12 million euros from Barcelona. The striker has scored 2 goals in 4 matches played for the West London club.
According to the reports, PSG are in disarray with the contract of Lionel Messi expiring at the end of the season and a potential move back to Barcelona being on the cards for the record holder of the Balon D’or. The French club are currently assessing options and replacement should the Argentine leave the club and it is understood that Aubameyang is one of those players.
At 33 years old, Aubameyang’s impressive finishing combined with his speed and skills is something that top clubs would want in a striker.
It is understood that Chelsea would not block the move should PSG offer a bid for the player.
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