Much like Liverpool fans and the Philippe Coutinho transfer saga, Borussia Dortmund supporters must be fed up of seeing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang linked with a move elsewhere.
Undying interest in the Gabon striker comes as no surprise given the 31 goals he scored in the Bundesliga last season, not to mention his tally of 25 the year before.
He continues to boast the title of one of Europe’s most in-demand forwards having failed to secure a summer move to AC Milan.
Aubameyang has since emerged as one of the transfer stories to have refused to die down.
The 28-year-old is now set to refuse a contract extension at Dortmund in aid of continuing his career elsewhere, according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.
Jurgen Klopp has been dubbed an avid admirer of the forward ever since arriving at Anfield, with his previous ties to Dortmund appearing to fuel stories linking him to every player at his former club.
Liverpool’s costly lack of conviction of late has resurfaced the debate surrounding the need for a prolific and world-class centre-forward.
Aubameyang certainly fits that bill and would undoubtedly come into thinking were he still available next year.
He offers the pace and athleticism designed to see him thrive in Klopp’s system, and the added bonus of experience in the Champions League.
A signing most Reds would take in a heartbeat.