Aubameyang’s luxury pad in north London includes its very own arcade games room where he faces off with the likes of Arsenal teammates Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has given fans an extraordinary insight into his home life after starring in the latest episode of MTV Cribs.
The Arsenal captain welcomed cameras into his mansion in north London for a sneak peek around the property.
He shares the luxury home with wife Alysha Behague and their two children, and also introduced the cameras to his mother Margarita, who was in the star’s huge kitchen.
Whilst there he let viewers take a look inside his fridge and freezer to reveal it was packed with food.
“As you can see there’s a lot of meat,” Aubameyang said. “It gives me power for sprinting.
“As you know I’m the fastest on the pitch. Without this food I can’t be a superhero or superstar.”
The 30-year-old’s plush pad includes his very own arcade games room, where he likes to unwind away from the pitch.
And he admits he often plays online against some of his Arsenal teammates.
“Mesut Ozil is very good, so I respect him,” Aubameyang said, before he joked: “Kolasinac is okay, so I beat him. He will be upset for sure when he sees this.”
Of course he’s not the only person with his own playroom, as across the hall is a space reserved solely for his children, filled with an abundance of toys.
Aubayemang, whose grew up in France despite his family hailing from Gabon, said: “I remember when I was young I didn’t have a lot of space.
“I’m a guy who wants the best for them, so I try to give them the most space they want.”
It’s clear that spending time with his children is high on Aubayemang’s list of priorities.
He added: “Keep your family close because it’s really, really important.”
Despite only offering a brief glimpse into his life, he still had time to finish with a tour of his garden, which backs on to scenic countryside and features two miniature football goals.
“That’s the most important in the garden. We play with my kids always,” he said. “Maybe 2v1 because it’s not fair.
But while is happy to play, he insists the practice matches are a great opportunity for his children to learn.
“I’m the winner, I’m always the winner,” he added, shortly after pretending to give one of his children a yellow card.
“I don’t want them to feel it’s easy, so I’m a bit hard with them, but this is life. You have to work to win, I play for real.”