Arsenal player of the season: Pick your Premier League 2019/20 star
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang? Bernd Leno? Have your say
Last Updated: 11/04/20 10:05am
Who has been Arsenal's player of the season so far? See our picks and cast your vote in our poll.
It has been a turbulent campaign for the Gunners, with Mikel Arteta replacing Unai Emery in December, but which player has been the standout performer on the pitch?
Read on for the Sky Sports Football selections and have your say. Want to make a case for another player? If you're reading on skysports.com, you can leave a comment below...
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His future at the club is uncertain, but with 17 Premier League goals, second only to Leicester's Jamie Vardy this season, Aubameyang is the obvious choice. He has shone under Arteta in an unfamiliar left-sided role and also captained the side, earning praise for his leadership.
Arsenal have conceded 36 goals in the Premier League this season but that number would be considerably higher if not for Leno's performances in goal. Only Newcastle's Martin Dubravka has made more saves this season and supporters have been grateful for his contributions.
He has started less than half of Arsenal's Premier League games but few team-mates players have attracted as many plaudits as Saka this season. The 18-year-old has excelled as a marauding full-back, contributing a regular stream of assists from the left flank and marking himself out as one of the best young players in the country.
The Swiss midfielder endured a wretched first half of the season, culminating in being booed off by Arsenal fans during a Premier League meeting with Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium. But such is the paucity of candidates for their player of the season award that his much-improved performances under Arteta make him worthy of consideration.
Like Xhaka, the Brazilian has shown significant improvement under Arteta in the second half of the season. He has helped to provide a more solid defensive base, earning the man-of-the-match award in Arsenal's 2-0 win over Manchester United in January, and providing leadership too.