Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has no plans of leaving for Saudi Arabia during the ongoing transfer window.
The 32-year-old was dropped by manager Mikel Arteta last month due to a disciplinary breach. He may have played his final game for the club.
There has recently been interest from Al Nasr and Al Hilal in signing him, but Aubameyang has no plans of moving to the Middle East.
Aubameyang prefers to extend his career in Europe, but so far, there are no formal offers on the table for the Gunners to consider.
The club are currently desperate to land a new striker. Dusan Vlahovic and Alexandre Isak are regarded as the prime transfer targets.
The arrival of either player could pave the way for Aubameyang’s loan exit, provided any club is willing to pay the majority of his wages.
Aubameyang won’t be travelling with the first-team for the training camp in Dubai. This gives a clear hint that he could be on his way out.