Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reportedly wants to return to the club where it began for him in AC Milan, rather than opt for a new challenge in the Premier League.
The Gabonese international star was heavily linked with a move away from the Bundesliga outfit in the summer, but stayed put against the odds, although speculation is beginning to pick back up again regarding his future.
Despite a fruitful start to the new campaign in front of goal, Aubameyang is keen for a move soon and favours a return to Milan, as reported by Tuttosport.
That may come as a blow to Chelsea and Liverpool, who have both been linked with the hitman as recently as the summer just gone.
Apparently the star has had numerous fallings out with teammates and coaches at the club and could be moved on for around £60m in January of next summer.
Struggling Milan are desperate to get some of high quality into their team, after most of their summer acquisitions failed to make an impact in the first third of the season.
The Rossoneri lie eighth in the table after winning just six games out of 15, and hope to fund a move for Aubameyang by recouping around £26.5m for Nikola Kalinic, who was one of their summer signings.
Former Saint-Etienne star Aubameyang is undoubtedly one of the best strikers in Europe - he finished as the league's top scorer last season ahead of Robert Lewandowski. He has 96 goals in four-and-a-half seasons with Dortmund and would be a major coup for any side.