Inside Auba's lavish R340m London pad

Fame & Fortune

Arsenal and Gabon superstar Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has offered football fans a glimpse of what Premier League riches can buy with a peek into his lavish London mansion worth a reported R340-million.

Aubameyang, 30, has reached the superstar status since Arsenal smashed their club-record transfer to lure him from Borussia Dortmund in January 2018 for a reported £56-million.

Scroll through the gallery above to see inside Aubameyang's £16m London-based mansion

While fellow African forward Nicolas Pepe has since broken that record, the prolific striker has emerged as a leader for the Gunners, having been offered the captains armband in November.

With 49 goals in just 75 Premier League games, the 63-time capped Panthers skipper is widely considered as one of the best strikers in the game and his home in London perfectly encapsulates the life of an elite athlete.

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After living in a hotel for the first couple of months upon his arrival from Germany, the former AC Milan striker took the plunge by investing in one of the most exclusive areas in North London.

From indoor pools to private cinemas, the luxurious space certainly fits the bill to create a life of relaxation and comfort for his girlfriend, two children and his mother, whom he recently featured during an MTV cribs episode.

Above-average lifestyle

According to UK-based real estate publication Right Move, the most popular properties in the Highbury area, in which Arsenal is situated, were flats ranging between the prices of R10-million and R38-million based on its size.

Aubameyang's reported R340-million investment dwarfing the 'average' home in the area comes as no surprise as a high-profile footballer.

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Aubameyang's father, Pierre-Francois is a former captain of Gabon and has two other sons Catilina and Willy were also professional footballers.

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