Since joining The Gunners in January 2018, in a then a club record deal from German side Borussia Dortmund, Aubameyang has gone on to make 165 appearances for Arsenal, scoring 92 goals and contributing 29 assists.
Despite a very promising start to life in a red and white shirt, the 32-year-old has seen his form and popularity drastically drop this season, having only scored seven goals in all competitions and also being stripped of the Arsenal captaincy.
Regardless of any recent controversy, Aubameyang will be remembered fondly by Arsenal fans and has certainly produced some moments of magic in red and white.
The striker also led Arsenal to victory in the Community Shield the following season, scoring The Gunners only goal in a 1-1 draw with Liverpool; a game Mikel Arteta's side would go on to win in a penalty shootout 6-5.
In potentially his best season in the Premier League, Aubameyang won the Golden Boot in the 2018/19 season, scoring an impressive 22 goals and sharing the award with Liverpool's Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
One of Aubameyang's best Arsenal games came when The Gunners thumped local rivals Tottenham 4-2 in 2018. The Gabonese striker converted a first half penalty to give Arsenal the lead in the game, before later levelling the score in the second half with a brilliant curved finish. He then went on to set up Lucas Torreira's first goal for the club, to seal what was a memorable North London Derby.
Another game with the same score line was Arsenal's 4-2 win over Valencia in the second leg of their Europa League semi-final back in the 2018/19 season. Aubameyang helped The Gunners silence the Mestalla with an extraordinary hattrick and one of the greatest individual European performances by an Arsenal player.