Aubameyang was deprived of the Gunners captaincy on December 14 after a disciplinary break and has not included since.
The north Londoners are supposedly ready to sell the Gabon striker, with both Barcelona and Newcastle peering toward up a move for the 32-year-old.
The Magpies are in an assignment fight and will probably sprinkle the money in the colder time of year move window to keep up with their Premier League status.
Objectives have been rare this term with star striker Callum Wilson's season being blocked by wounds.
Considering Aubameyang and Newcastle's circumstance, previous Gunners winger Pennant has demanded there is "each possibility" the ex-Borussia Dortmund man will switch London for Tyneside.
"As an expert footballer, it doesn't make any difference, you need to play football," he said on Stadium Astro (via The Boot Room).
"Also, in the event that it isn't going on at Arsenal, he won't have any desire to stay there toward the end of the week watching his colleagues play while he is sat at home, he will need to play football.
"He's an extraordinary player and he will need to grandstand that. It very well may be an opportunity to get one more large move off the rear of that. Getting deprived of a captaincy, there isn't actually much returning from that.
"We realize he won't be a starter, we know he won't get a lot of game time. There is each possibility this Newcastle arrangement could fall off, without a doubt."
However, ex-Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino has encouraged Newcastle to reevaluate their quest for Aubameyang as he "doesn't see this arrangement being a decent one by any means."
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