Top African football star who plays for Arsenal buys himself a R2.2 billion mansion in London

Top African football star who plays for Arsenal buys himself a R2.2 billion mansion in London

- Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has bought himself a £16 million mansion in London

- The Gabonese striker has been living in a hotel since he joined the Gunners from Dortmund

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Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has finally moved out of hotel as the big African star has bought himself a nice £16 million luxury mansion.

According to the report by UK Sun, Aubameyang's new mansion is complete with a pool, cinema, lift and health suite.

However, the garage is not big enough for his fleet of super-cars. The love the Gabonese forward has for cars knows no bound.

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Aubameyang, who collects £180,000 splashed out £16 million on a home for himself, girlfriend Alysha Behague, and their two children in an exclusive area of North London.

See photos below:

Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's new mansion comes equipped with a home cinema (photo: Sun)

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Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's mansion has an indoor swimming pool (photo: UK Sun)

Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's mansion has an elegant white marble theme (photo: UK Sun)

Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's garage has room for just two of his cars (photo: UK Sun)

Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's luxurious living room provides plenty of space for guests to relax (photo: UK Sun)

Aubameyang moves into luxury mansion in London

Aubameyang's luxurious kitchen opens out on to the garden (photo: UK Sun)

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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