Arsenal will demand at least £50m for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang if Barcelona move for the Gabon international in the summer.
Aubameyang is out of contract next summer and the forward could be sold at the end of the season if he refuses to commit his long-term future to the Emirates.
And according to Spanish newspaper Sport, Arsenal will demand £50m for Aubameyang this summer if he wants to leave the Gunners.
They add that Barca know they will be able to land the 30-year-old for a lower price if he forces a move to La Liga.
However, Gunners’ boss Mikel Arteta has made it clear he wants to keep Aubameyang.
The Spaniard said recently: “We will have to do that at some stage before the end of the season for sure and we will see the intentions that we have (and) his intentions.
“Where we are sitting in (the table at) at that moment. I think it is difficult to predict that context right now.
“For me, it is very easy. I want to keep him under any circumstances.”
Premier League action will not return until April 3 at the earliest because of coronavirus fears.
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