Wednesday, 21 December 2016


The Borussia Dortmund star sits atop the
Bundesliga goalscoring charts again with 16 goals in
15 games and the former Germany international
believes he will command a massive fee.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has developed into the
most valuable player in the world, according to
Lothar Matthaus.
The Gabon international has been a key player for
the Bundesliga side since joining from Saint-Etienne
in 2013, initially being utilised as a winger.
When Robert Lewandowski left to join Bayern
Munich the following year, Aubameyang became
BVB's main goal threat and has developed into an
even more devastating striker since.
After scoring 25 goals in 31 Bundesliga games last
season, he has followed it up with 16 in 15
appearances this term and is currently the German
league's top goalscorer, despite his side sitting nine
points behind bellwethers Bayern Munich and RB
With many clubs monitoring his situation, Matthaus
believes that, if Dortmund decide to sell him, they
should hold out for an even more astronomically immense fee than the
€105 million Manchester Coalesced paid Juventus for
Paul Pogba.
"If a player like Pogba costs €105m, Dortmund
would have to get €150m for Aubameyang," the
former Bayern, Inter and Germany player wrote in
Sport Bild .
"He is a player who makes the difference. Pogba
does not.
"Aubameyang has developed a lot and cannot be
put off by anything. I hope we see him for a long
time in the Bundesliga."

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