Arsenal have reportedly made a big decision on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's future at the club following his recent fallout with manager Mikel Arteta.
According to football.london, the Gunners are open to selling the Gabon international in January due to his latest disciplinary issues.
Aubameyang has been frozen out by Arteta and it appears he is no closer to being reintroduced to the squad, with reports suggesting he is currently training alone.
Having been left out of Arsenal's recent Premier League win over Southampton, he also missed their games against West Ham United and Leeds United over the past week.
As a result of his behaviour, the ex-Borussia Dortmund striker was stripped of the captaincy, with the club now said to be prepared to let him leave permanently next month.
His staggering salary of £350 000 (R7.3 million) a week, however, could prove to be an issue for any potential suitor.
The 32-year-old joined Arsenal in 2018 and has since contributed to 113 goals in 163 matches across all competitions for the Gunners.
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