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Aubameyang shows off wacky car collection with £2million Ferrari and four Lamborghinis as he signs Arsenal contract

PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG boasts one of the wackiest supercar collections featuring a £2million Ferrari as fans celebrated him signing a new Arsenal contract.

The Gunners captain, 31, took to Instagram to flaunt five of his stunning fleet – which have been wrapped in silver, gold… and just about every colour of the rainbow.

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang took to Instagram to show off stunning car collection featuring five chrome-wrapped supercars[/caption]

Auba had four Lamborghinis – two Urus 4x4s, an Aventador and his beloved Huracan Spyder – and his stunning LaFerrari parked on his front drive.

He has previously had his £270k Lamborghini Aventador, £150k Range Rover Sport and £140k Lamborghini Urus wrapped in gold at Yiannimize.

But the former Borussia Dortmund star decided to take his modification to the next level when he booked in his gorgeous LaFerrari – but was criticised for “ruining” the exclusive supercar.

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Four of the five finishes on display were done by celebrity car customiser Yianni Charalambous with the final one done by MS Motors in France.

Yianni wrote: “Car game on point. Completed it! The main man @aubameyang97 Garage goals say no more!”

Gunners team-mates Nicolas Pepe, Alexandre Lacazette, Bukayo Saka, Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Eddie Nketiah all commented on the post.

And they will all be excited to see more of the slick motors at their London Colney training ground for years to come.

Fellow pros Adnan Januzaj, Tammy Abraham and Marc Bartra were all drooling over the fleet in the comments.

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But as well as the five on Instagram, Aubameyang has plenty more cars in his garage with at least a dozen in total – including a sleek white Bentley Bentayga, which starts at £133,000.

The full list also features another three Ferraris in the form of his £250k 812 Superfast, £205k Spyder and £200k 458 Italia.

And the collection boasts a Porsche Panamera Turbo Techart (£140k), the aforementioned Range Rover Sport Mansory (£150k), an Audi R8 V10 worth £160k and a stunning Aston Martin DB9 Volante 2, which costs around £250k.

Brilliantly, Auba was also once spotted driving around in a Volkswagen Beetle Cabriolet, costing a very modest £22,000.

Speaking about his love of cars, the Gunners front man said: “The clothes, the cars and all that are a bonus. I enjoy living this way.

“I like who I am and it doesn’t matter if other people can’t ­accept that – it goes over my head.

“As they say ‘you only live once’. It’s important to know where you come from and where your roots are – the rest is a big bonus.”

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Away from cars, Aubameyang has finally signed a new three-year deal at the Emirates.

His previous contract expired next summer and there were question marks over whether he would extend his stay in North London but he put pen to paper on a deal worth up to £350,000 per week.

The striker said: “I signed da ting,” before he was joined by Ian Wright and Alexandre Lacazette on the call.

He added: “I wanted to share this with you guys, I’m so happy.

“This is my home, it’s a great day. I want to become an Arsenal legend and maybe leave a legacy.”

Gunners legend Wright congratulated Aubameyang on his new contract.

Clearly emotional, Wrighty beamed: “Oh my God I love you man!

“For you to sign for us in a time when we need you the most, when we’ve seen legends leave us when we needed them – you have legendary status.”

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Aubameyang signed a new three-year deal at the Emirates and declared he wanted to become an Arsenal legend[/caption]
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Gunners legend Ian Wright joined Auba on a video call after the news was announced[/caption]

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