Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang trained for the first time on Thursday morning after put pen to paper on a three year deal as Mikel Arteta’s men prepared for their first home game against West Ham United this weekend.
Aubameyang, 31, officially ended any doubts about his future by committing to the club until 2023 with a contract that will see his initial wage rise to £250,000-per-week.
Further bonuses and loyalty payments are set to take his earnings past £300,000-a-week and potentially beyond the £350,000-per-week that top earner playmaker Mesut Ozil makes.
And following put pen to paper on a three year deal, the Gabon forward was spotted at the Gunners’ London Colney training base training with his team-mates ahead of their first home game against West Ham United this weekend.
The forward was seen smiling alongside Willian, who hit the ground running in the Premier League opener against Fulham last weekend.
Aubameyang was also seen impressed during his first training after signed new three-year deal to extending his stay at Emirates until 2023.
He was shooting and drilling during training sessions as Mikel Arteta’s side prepared for West Ham United clash on Saturday evening.
However, Willian, who made three assists in his Arsenal’s debut last weekend was also appeared at London Colney while Alexandre Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Nicolas Pepe and Mesut Ozil in teaming up with Mikel Arteta’s squad.