The 32-year-old is still under contract with Arsenal until June 2023, but a series of incidents have seen him pushed to the sidelines of the squad by manager Mikel Arteta.
He recently contracted COVID-19 and was sent home by Gabon from the Africa Cup of Nations, although reports state medical tests in London found no cardiac irregularities.
Aubameyang’s huge salary makes even a loan tricky for Serie A clubs, but he has still been linked with Juventus and now Milan.
The forward started his career in the Milan youth academy in 2007, although he never actually got to play for the senior squad.
He had a series of loans at Dijon, Lille and Monaco until the €1.8m transfer to Saint-Etienne in January 2012.
Because Aubameyang is a product of the Milan academy, his presence would be a boost for the Rossoneri’s current squad, registered as one of their homegrown players.
The Diavolo are also looking for a centre-forward, as veterans Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Olivier Giroud are dealing with repeated injuries, while Pietro Pellegri is set to join Torino on loan with option to buy.
Several European clubs interested in signing Aubameyang. AC Milan, Juventus, PSG, Marseille and Sevilla among them. Al Nassr loan bid still on the table. Arsenal will listen to offers. #Aubameyang #AFC https://t.co/vhGFUh6QPS
— Dharmesh Sheth (@skysports_sheth) January 20, 2022