GUANGZHOU, China, July 17 (Xinhua) -- Dortmund's newly appointed coach Peter Bosz shrugged off the rumors between Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and AC Milan on Monday and insisted he would not think about it unless the hitman really left.
Aubameyang, the top scorer of Bundesliga last season, has been connected with a couple of clubs, including AC Milan. It is said the Rossoneri bidded more than 60 million euros for the Gabon striker after they had dominated the transfer market and signed a number of players.
Bosz thought it was normal as so many rumors around star players like Aubameyang after the transfer market opened.
He said: "Obviously, he is a fantastic player, and I am happy he is in our squad. I will only think about the problem when the problem is really there. He is here, so there is no problem."
The German powerhouse will take on AC Milan tomorrow after they beat Japan's Urawa Reds two days ago. The Dutchman thought the game in Japan was good for their second game.
"We have played a game in Japan, and it is a great experience for the players to play the game against AC Milan. The experience will help us," he said.