And while Arteta will love to sell him off a massive transfer fee but the Arsenal boss just can not afford that thanks to the laziness of his board.
"They've got to sell him, 100 per cent", the Frenchman told Goal.
"You look at Arsenal and the current plight, you have to say we're going through a transitional period, coming off of Wenger, coming off of Unai Emery and now getting the coach that I believe is going to take us to the promised land", said the former England striker.
"For me, it has to be sorted when he gets to two years".
His situation has attracted growing interest from PSG, who believe they can sign the 30-year-old for a fee between £36million and £45million in the summer according to le10sport.
But the striker is yet to commit to a new deal at the Emirates Stadium and could leave in a cut-price move at the end of the season with just one year left on his contract.
"If I was Aubameyang and I knew I only had one year left, I would sacrifice one year of my career to go on a free and get paid a ridiculous amount of money and have all the clubs in the world chasing me".
He added: "That's why I just think it's wrong management yet again". It should be sorted at two years.
"I just think players are playing on it, they keep letting negotiations drag on and the next thing you know, he's just got one year left".
"But if I'm going to sit here and speak about Aubameyang at the stage of his career that he's at, maybe wanting to win things, maybe one last chance and people are saying that Real Madrid are sniffing around him". Arsenal are in the worst position you can imagine again because you've got a top-quality player who assures you of 20-25 Premier League goals a season who is one year away from leaving on a free.
The Gabon worldwide is coming into the final year of his contract and talks of an extension have stalled, with Real Madrid, Manchester United, Inter Milan, and Barcelona said to be "observing" the situation. How much can you expect for him now?
However, the English trio could be left disappointed with David revealing that another league would suit him the best if he moves this summer. "They could have asked for £100 million ($121m)".
If this was the first major gaffe from the Arsenal management, we would have been ready to hand them the benefit of the doubt.
And at the same time, no club will be ready to pay a big transfer fee for the forward since he only has a year left on his current deal at the Emirates.