Born in Laval (Mayenne, France) on June 18, 1989, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has triple nationality: Spanish, French, and Gabonese, even though he decided to defend the Gabonese national team. Aubameyang has a great career in Europe after playing in several top-level teams and leagues.
After passing through the grassroots football of different teams, including AC Milan, France was the country where Aubameyang leaped into professional football. Scoring goals with the jerseys of Dijon (2008/09), Lille (2009/10), AS Monaco (2010/11), and Saint Etienne, his good level made him recruited by a historic European through his ranks.
Arriving at Borussia Dortmund, Aubameyang established himself as one of the great strikers on the international scene. Throughout the four and a half years he was in Dortmund, the Gabonese scored 141 goals, becoming the top scorer in the Bundesliga in the 2016/17 season with 31 goals.
In the winter market of 2018, Aubameyang signed for Arsenal, his last team, before arriving at Barça. He continued to score goals of all colors in the London team and was also the Golden Boot of the 2018/19 Premier League, with 22 goals.
In addition to these two individual distinctions, it should be noted that he was also the African footballer of the year 2015 and the best player in the Bundesliga in 2016. In his record, we find a League Cup with Saint Etienne (2013), two Supercopes of Germany (2013 and 2014), a German Cup (2017) with Dortmund, an FA Cup (2020), and a Community Shield (2020) with Arsenal. As for the Gabonese national team, his official debut took place in 2009, and he has been the reference striker for Gabon ever since.