The Gabon international has made no secret of the fact that his long-held wish is to earn a transfer to the Santiago Bernabeu and an impressive return in front of goal for Dortmund inrecent seasons is unlikely to have hampered his chances of realising that ambition.
Speaking to beIN Sports, the 27-year-old made it clear he will not be too disheartened if a move to the 11-time European champions does not transpire.
“Real has a close connection with my family,” he said.
“The media is doing too much [speculation]. It’s a childhood dream. But, as I always said, I play at Dortmund and I’m glad to be there and it’s really good for me.
“And I don’t even know if Madrid really wants me. If Real comes one day, then that’s good. Otherwise, life goes on. This is not a problem.”
Paris Saint-Germain have also been touted as a potential destination should Aubameyang leave Signal Iduna Park.