• Al Nassr is ready to take Aubameyang off Arsenal’s hands via a loan deal
  • Aubameyang's current health condition could play a factor
  • Al Hilal is also in the pursuit of signing Aubameyang

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang continues to suffer turbulence in his football career, some suggesting he has become tough to handle.

All that has been cleared out, but it appears his status with Arsenal remains the same.

After being stripped of the captaincy, the future of the 32-year-old Gabonese appears to be in limbo.

It appears that the only way to resolve that is to see the striker join another team, and it seems a club is willing to do anything to enlist the services of Aubameyang.

According to reports, Arsenal has received an offer for Aubameyang from Al Nassr.

It is reportedly a loan offer that would include an option to buy ($9.1 million) by the Saudi Arabian club.

It appears the Gunners are considering the proposal, a potential way out for both Arsenal and Aubameyang.

Aubameyang has 18 months left in his current contract, but an exit now would take a huge financial load off the Gunners.

However, seeing these discussions prosper would still depend on the state of health of Aubameyang.

After initial claims that Aubameyang departed the Africa Cup of Nations due to a disciplinary breach, the actual reason was reportedly medically related, the Guardian reported.

Aubameyang is undergoing tests in London right now for reportedly suffering cardiac lesions, something that prevented him from kicking the ball for Gabon.

It would be best to note that Aubameyang was not the only player found to have cardiac lesions.

The same was found in two other players, Mario Lemina and Axel Meye. The report added that the findings were not allegedly serious.

Al Hilal is allegedly another team interested in Aubameyang although a formal offer has yet to be made.

Given his performance this season, Aubameyang could be a big risk for Al Nassr.

Hence, a loan move makes sense, allowing the Saudi Arabian team to weigh their options first before making a big financial splurge.

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