Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Stoger has revealed that
The striker was dropped for last weekend's Bundesliga clash with Wolfsburg for missing an important team meeting, the second time this season he had been punished for
Aubameyang has been linked with a move to Arsenal as a potential replacement for Alexis Sanchez, who is expected to leave in the coming days of the January transfer window.
And he has reportedly made clear his desire to complete a switch to the Gunners, whose
Sky Sport reporter Sascha Bacinski has, however, quoted Stoger as saying Aubameyang has looked to apologise for his actions.
"I had a conversation yesterday with him," said Stoger. "That was absolutely fine. That was a conversation where he has again said that he's sorry."
Stoger had earlier expressed his bemusement at Aubameyang's conduct, although insisted that he is not certain to leave the club.
"Disappointment is the wrong expression," he said in an interview with
"Rather a lack of understanding as I cannot really comprehend his conduct. And I am certainly not the only one."
Asked if he expected Aubameyang to remain at the club this month, Stoger added: