- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang demolished a 1930s house to build a new mansion in north London
- The new seven-bedroom pad prides itself with a number of amenities including a sauna
- However, the car park is the most outstanding as it has been built underground complete with a car lift
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has splashed a substantial amount of money to build a new huge mansion for his family.
Based in the north London, Aubameyang is understood to have demolished an old 1930s house to put up a new home on the land.
According to SunSport, the luxurious mansion now boasts of incredible features to ensure the Arsenal star and his guests have a comfortable stay.
Key among the amenities include a fitness suite located in the basement where the Gabonese star can exercise to ensure he stays in shape.
A new indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna and a steam room also form part of the home.
An exclusive space where the Gunners' skipper can dine and wine has also been set up - complete with a wine cellar.
Whenever visited, accommodation will be Aubameyang's least of worries as the pad boasts of exquisite seven bedrooms and a safe room.
An extensive entertainment room has also been created upstairs.
All that notwithstanding, the garage space has been distinguished as one of the most standout space at the property.
The star forward is a proud owner of a fleet of exotic super cars thought to worth £3million.
The collection includes a rare Ferrari LaFerrari said to be worth an eye-watering £2million, a Range Rover and Aston Martin.
To keep the rides safe and secure, the ex-Dortmund star has installed an underground car-park accessed by a car-lift.
Despite his relative success off the pitch, Aubameyang has endured a dip of form in recent weeks, with the forward going a couple of matches without scoring.
His last Premier League goal was against Fulham in their season opener back in September.
He will be looking to find his scoring feet when Arsenal take on Dundalk on Thursday night, October 29, in the Europa League.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has now gone five games without finding the back of the net for the first time in his spell with Arsenal.
The Gunners were beaten by visiting Leicester City courtesy of a Jamie Vardy goal ten minutes from time.
Aubameyang last scored a goal for Arsenal in their opening day win over Fulham and has fired blanks ever since.
The Gabonese striker has gone without scoring in their last five matches, a record which he last experienced with Dortmund in 2014.
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