The Gunners forward topped the Premier League Golden Boot chart, along with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane, after netting 22 times in the competition this season.
But Arsenal’s failure to qualify for the Champions League once again means Aubameyang could be susceptible from offers elsewhere.
According to the Times, two Chinese clubs are ready to make fresh attempts to land the 29-year-old in the coming weeks.
The publication states both Guangzhou Evergrande and Shanghai SIPG, who have already tried to sign Aubameyang in recent years, are keen to offer the forward £300,000-a-week in the hope of persuading him to leave Europe for the first time in his career.
The Gabon international almost joined Asian outfit Tianjin Quanjian in 2017 after Borussia Dortmund received a bid of £71m.
But Aubameyang is also being eyed by other European sides.
Teamtalk claim that new Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte is keen to land the Arsenal star this summer.
The publication says the former Chelsea manager initially wanted Romelu Lukaku to join him at the San Siro.
But Manchester United’s £80m asking price has put the Serie A side off.
Aubameyang may be slightly older than Lukaku – but Arsenal will not be able to command that type of fee for a player who turns 30 over the summer.
Arsenal will also be sweating over the future of Alexandre Lacazette.
The Frenchman has formed a solid partnership with Aubameyang this season – but Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are said to be keen.
“For me, I just think about the final, then after we will see with the club,” he told the Evening Standard before Wednesday’s Europa League final defeat to Chelsea.
“If the club is really happy with me and I’m happy, I will stay.
“In France, they say 27, 28 is one of the best ages in your career.
“I wish it is not the last [good season] at Arsenal and I hope I will be better and better in the next years.
“I am feeling good. I play more with Unai [Emery] and have more confidence with him.
“Even if I can just say ‘thank you’ to Wenger because he brought me into this big club, but I feel better with Unai.
“I finished well and I hope the long break is not going to kill me. I work in training to be ready.”