While Arsenal were comfortably beating Östersunds FK 3-0 in Sweden on Thursday, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was reportedly house-hunting in north London.

After completing his £56m move to Arsenal in January, it’s probably about time that Aubameyang started looking for a new house. The commute from Dortmund every morning must be a pain.

According to the Daily Mail, the 28-year-old viewed a modest £16m, six-bedroom house while the rest of the squad traveled to Sweden for their Europa League clash. The striker was ineligible to take part so, after training, he might as well have made good use of his time.

The quaint £16m house Aubameyang allegedly viewed this week was only built four years ago and designed by Dragon’s Den star, Kelly Hoppen.

The interior designer, who allegedly used to date Sol Campbell, has worked with the Beckhams in the past.

Therefore, as you can imagine, the house looks pretty spectacular inside and out.

As well as boasting six bedrooms, the house located in north London has a fully-equipped gymnasium, a home cinema, swimming pool and an 129-foot garden. It also has five shower rooms, three dressing rooms, a study, drawing room, reception hall, dining room, kitchen and sitting room.

You know, the usual.

Now all Aubameyang needs is £16m.

On £180k-per-week, it shouldn’t be that much of a stretch for the Gabon international…

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