Date: 27th June 2019 at 8:08am
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If you needed any proof that still splits the Arsenal fanbase these days – here it is.

Wednesday marked the seventh year since Arsenal signed the striker from Montpellier, but despite scoring over 100 goals for The Gunners, his legacy is lost on some supporters.

With his recent heroics for rivals Chelsea in the Europa League final still clearly fresh in the memory for some , a tweet honouring the World Cup winner’s Arsenal career didn’t go down well with all of the Gunners faithful.

That’s despite helping the club towards three Cups (with one goal and two match-winning assists in cup finals) and scoring an infamous ‘scorpion’ kick that won him the Puskas Award in 2017.

But fans were quick to recall his just as infamous ‘Thank you, Arsenal’ remark aboard the victorious team bus with the Europa League trophy – while he also came in for criticism for his lack of good form during the 2015/16 league campaign which saw The Gunners miss out on the title to Leicester City.

Others were happy to jump to the defence of the Frenchman’s Gunners career – but there’s no denying that his reputation at Arsenal remains a mixed one: