Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s potential move to Arsenal continues to edge closer, so we’ve rounded up the latest updates as the Gunners push for an agreement.

Sunday’s updates revealed that Huss Fahmy, Ivan Gazidis and Sven Mislintat all travelled to Dortmund for a day of negotiations on Sunday.

Early on Monday, Sky Sports News and German outlet Kicker confirmed that they’re ready to go for round two.

While day two of talks got underway, a number of German reports questioned Aubameyang’s attitude.

The Eintracht Frankfurt boss said there was no “justice” in a move away.

A report from German outlet Ruhr Nachrichten claimed fans and teammates are annoyed by the situation.

That’s slightly worrying for Arsenal, considering they’re hoping to buy this player.

You’d like to imagine your star performers might show a bit more loyalty. Then again, the Gunners lose players like this so regularly that they may as well start bringing them in too.

In more positive news, James Olley wrote that the Gunners are hopeful that signing Aubameyang and Mkhitaryan will convince Mesut Özil to extend his Arsenal contract.

At 14:25 (German time) Aubameyang turned up for Dortmund training, over an hour early. Ruhr Nachrichten didn’t explain why that was, so it’s anyone’s guess.

Next, RMC Sport confirmed that Arsenal have agreed personal terms with Aubameyang. Their sources claim the Gunners’ talks with Dortmund should reach a resolution within two-to-three days.

Sky Germany then confirmed Dortmund’s interest in Olivier Giroud. This was further to earlier information from German outlet Welt, who wrote that the Frenchman would willingly move to the club for game time.

Finally, Dortmund manager Peter Stoger said he wants Aubameyang’s situation sorted by Tuesday.

Clearly the players and the fans are starting to grow tired of the speculation.

I’m not sure how much influence Stoger has in negotiations, but hopefully his feelings are shared by those involved, and we’ll get a resolution soon.