A Europa League final appearance last season ended with Arsenal battered and Aubameyang having to take a runners-up medal home.
To sign a player who has been a Premier League hit for the past two years would represent good business for United.
Imagine him, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial all in the same side? It would terrify opposition defences and give United’s attack a further lift following the arrival of Bruno Fernandes in January.
And they also raided the Gunners for Alexis Sanchez six years later, despite Manchester City being considered as frontrunners to sign him at the time.
Messi was pictured at full time looking dejected with reports circling around his future at the club.
And, while that’s not exactly a small fee, it’s still considerably cheaper than what United would have to spend on their other top targets.
But with Kane and Sancho transfers looking unlikely, it’s only added further fuel to the fire regarding a possible move for Aubameyang.
He’s done everything possible to win a trophy since his arrival but Arsenal, similar to Tottenham, have got nowhere near realising their talisman’s ambitions.
It’s not what he wanted when he left Dortmund for the Premier League two years ago and reports have backed United to move for him.
And with Kane and Sancho too pricey for the current time, it’s now becoming increasingly likely.
The Gabon international is one of the world’s best strikers, shining for Arsenal ever since his arrival from Dortmund in January 2018.
But Kane has grown irked by Tottenham’s failure to challenge for the biggest and best titles on offer, with Spurs getting nowhere near any silverware this season.
United signed Robin van Persie from the Gunners in 2012 when the odds looked stacked against them.
The Red Devils aren’t scared by the prospect of negotiating with Arsenal over Aubameyang, whose deal at the Emirates expires in 2021.
There had been speculation he would be reconsidering his future at Barcelona following the disappointing domestic campaign.
Aubameyang, certainly, would add a ruthless edge to the club’s attack and his pace makes him the ideal player for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s rebuild.
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