28 January, 2018
The Gabon worldwide was dropped for Dortmund's Bundesliga draws at Wolfsburg, then last Friday in Berlin in the wake of the speculation.
"So far Arsenal have tried and we've rejected everything".
Arsenal have already failed with a £50 million bid for the striker, with Dortmund hoping to receive a fee in the region of £65 million.
Aubameyang was restored to Dortmund's team for the side's league game against Freiburg today having been dropped for the last two matches due to poor discipline.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the two clubs are in discussions over the Gabon global.
Dog almost dies from severe burns caused by human hair dye
Pinellas County Animal Services managed to save the life of a Maltese-mix dog whose owners chose to dye her hair violet. She was immediately given fluids, pain medication and bandages, but those at the shelter didn't think she'd survive.
Judge tells Nassar she signed his death warrant
However, more female athletes of the U.S. gymnastics team came forward to give their statements against Nassar. The sentencing of 54-year-old Nassar was met with applaud as the victims cried and embraced.
Rare move: NASA bumps astronaut, Syracusan off space station flight
Meanwhile, the would-be space voyager will assume duties at the Astronaut Office at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Friday, Dean confirmed that Epps had returned to the active astronaut corps and would still be considered for future missions.
Dortmund, sixth in Germany's top flight, reportedly want 70 million for Aubameyang, who has a Borussia deal until 2021.
According to UK Sun, Wenger said, "I have a consistent dialogue with Giroud and he can only leave if someone else comes into the club". We will try but we are not close to signing anybody'.
Arsenal are the team most often linked with the prolific 28-year-old but have found negotiations tough. "Arsenal had started several attempts that we have declined, so I can not say how it will end at the moment".
Sky Sports News reported on Thursday that Olivier Giroud would not be moving to Dortmund as part of the potential Aubameyang deal, despite reports he may move on loan to the Westfalenstadion. However the 31-year-old made a decision to stay and fight for his place at the Emirates, despite the arrival of club record signing, Alexandre Lacazette.
"I know him very well, he's a good friend of mine", he told Eurosport, as quoted by the Mirror.