Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signed a new three-year contrct on Tuesday before announcing his aim of leaving a “legacy” at the club.

The 31-year-old player confirmed his new contract in a live Instagram video on the club’s official account, bringing in over 109,000 viewers at one point.

He has scored a total of 72 goals in 111 games across all competitions and reached 50 Premier League goals in just 79 appearances – a record for an Arsenal player.

Now he has put pen to paper, Aubameyang is keen to emulate others who have made their names at Arsenal before him as he name-checked Thierry Henry, Ian Wright, Tony Adams and Dennis Bergkamp.

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