According to reports, Liverpool are edging closer to landing the biggest transfer of the summer.
Not only that, the report indicates the Gabon man is interested in a move, too.
The appeal for Aubameyang, who scored 40 goals in all competitions for the German club last season, joining Liverpool is obvious.
A switch to Anfield would reunite the 28-year-old with Jurgen Klopp, his former manager at Dortmund, while staying in Germany means working under a new boss following Thomas Tuchel’s departure.
The Merseyside club have also qualified for the Champions League having finished fourth in the Premier League last term. They are looking to make a surge up the table next season through their summer business.
Landing Aubameyang, who was the Bundesliga’s top scorer last season with 31 goals, would be a serious statement of intent from the Reds.
The deal would shatter the club’s transfer record of £35million, spent on Andy Carroll in 2011, and give Klopp a potent force to focus his attacking play on.