Aubameyang issues surprise come-and-get-me plea to club amid Chelsea and Liverpool links
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored four goals already this season (Picture: Getty)

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has continued to add weight to the possibility of a summer exit from Borussia Dortmund.

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The prolific goalscorer has never hid the fact he wants to leave Dortmund with Liverpool, Chelsea and AC Milan all linked with the Gabon international.

However, Dortmund have not found a club willing to meet their asking price while Aubameyang’s wage demands have reportedly put top clubs off the prospect of signing him.

Milan have been the club most linked with Aubameyang in recent weeks with interest from Liverpool and Chelsea fading.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 2016/17 season

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Aubameyang issues surprise come-and-get-me plea to club amid Chelsea and Liverpool links
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That hasn’t stopped Aubameyang from teasing his fans as he ran a Instagram live Q&A with supporters.

One fan quipped ‘Come to Milan’, to which Aubameyang responded: ‘I want to go back, but they are sleeping. What do I have to do?’

Aubameyang then did an impression of the San Siro announcer in which he gave himself the No.7 at Milan.

Aubameyang issues surprise come-and-get-me plea to club amid Chelsea and Liverpool links
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The attacker began his career at Milan, but never broke into the first team and was sold to Saint-Etienne in 2011.

Dortmund have already announced Aubameyang will not be moving this summer and the striker has played a full part in the start to the season.

Aubameyang scored a hat-trick in the first round of the DFB-Pokal Cup in a 3-0 win for Dortmund.

The 28-year-old did the livestream after that win as he issued a come-and-get-me plea to Milan.

Aubameyang scored a remarkable 40 goals last season and has begun the new campaign in red hot form with four strikes in two games.

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