Arsenal has finally decided to sell striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the upcoming January transfer window, Newspremises has gathered.

According to ESPN, Arsenal will allow Aubameyang to leave Emirates in January as long as they receive a suitable offer for the forward.

Aubameyang was stripped of Arsenal’s captaincy earlier this month due to a ‘disciplinary breach’.

The 32-year-old has missed Arsenal’s last four matches against Sunderland, Leeds United, West Ham, and Southampton.

He currently has 18 months to run on his current deal with Arsenal.

However, Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta, has not ruled out reintegrating Aubameyang into his squad, but the North London club are willing to listen to offers for the Gabonese international next month.

Aubameyang currently earns over £250,000-a-week at Arsenal and few clubs would be able to afford his salary as well as any fee that Arteta’s side would seek for the player.

He has drawn interest from Barcelona and Juventus in the past.