Former Arsenal striker Adebayor builds private road in home town

Former Arsenal striker Adebayor builds private road in home town

- Former Arsenal striker, Emmanuel Seyi Adebayor has completed a long held ambition of his of building a private road in his hometown

- The prolific striker took to his Instagram handle to share a video of himself and some friends walking down 'his road'

- He also called on fans to suggest what he will name his new road

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Former Arsenal and Real Madrid striker, Emmanuel Seyi Adebayor has completed a long held ambition of his of building a private road in his hometown.

The prolific striker took to his Instagram handle to share a video of himself and some friends walking down 'his road' while the striker stopped to dance with music blaring on the background.

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Adebayor captioned the video "SEA, I have always wanted to have my private road. Today I am able to put the project together. Here I am dancing on my private road leading to my house some. If you want something in life, believe in it and most importantly fight for it. How should I name this road guys? Any suggestions? "

Adebayor currently plays for Turkish side, İstanbul Başakşehir, whom he joined in the summer of 2016 and he has scored 21 goals for them so far.

The 33-year-old player who currently plays for Turkish club Istanbul Basaksehir has posted a photo of his beautiful house as he exemplified how rich he is.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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