- Emmanuel Adebayo has given his fans a glimpse of his huge mansion, luxury vehicle, and expensive lifestyle
- The former Arsenal star posed in front of his ‘mighty’ vehicle along with a broad smile
- The inspiring snap has generated some reactions from his followers
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The Togolese footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor, is without a doubt one of the richest African football stars and arguably the most powerful Togolese footballer.
The former Arsenal striker has so much influence his name alone can make or break upcoming footballers.
With that influence comes along wealth and power; Emmanuel owns mansions and expensive luxurious vehicles and exotic cars.
Not only does Emmanuel Adebayor own a Range Rover and Mercedes-Benz G-Class, but also owns one of the most expensive cars, Aston Martin DBS, estimated to be worth (£168 000).
In a recent photo, Adebayor gave his fans a glimpse of his huge mansion, luxurious vehicle, and his expensive lifestyle.
The international footballer and philanthropist posed in front of his Mercedes-Benz G-Class with his arms wide open along with a broad smile.
Adorable fans of the 2008 African Footballer of the Year shared their remarks as they showered Adebayor with accolades beneath his post.
In a related story, Africa has churned out some of the world’s biggest footballers, from Asamoah Gyan, Emmanuel Adebayor, and Samuel Eto’o to Didier Drogba.
These football legends have become superstars and role models to many across the world. With their huge earnings as football professionals of big clubs, these players own luxurious properties, including expensive mansions and vehicles.
Among some of these magnificent cars include the Mercedes Mclaren SLR, which has proven a popular choice for most of these African footballers.
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