The Arsenal man is currently on vacation in Italy at the Piazza del Duomo which is located in the heart of the historic centre of Florence. It is one of the most visited places in Europe and the world and in Florence, the most visited area of the city. The square contains the Florence Cathedral with the Cupola del Brunelleschi, the Giotto’s Campanile, the Florence Baptistery, the Loggia del Bigallo, the Opera del Duomo Museum, and the Arcivescovile and Canonici’s palace. The west zone of this square is called Piazza San Giovanni.
Aubameyang was phenomenal for his side once again as he scored four goals in the semi-final and final of the FA Cup to deliver silverware for Mikel Arteta in his debut season. His future has been a major talking point but he looks set to stay. For now, he’s focused on relaxing with his family while taking a break. In the caption of the photo shared on his Instagram handle alongside his wife Alysha, he suggested that wasn’t his first time visiting the Piazza del Duomo.
Who is Alysha Aubameyang?
Alysha was born on August 20, 1987, which means that she is two years older than Aubameyang. She was born in Lille, France, but she was raised in Senegal. Aubameyang’s wife also studied at Lycee Gaston Berger, which is located in Senegal. Alysha often shares pictures and videos of the couple activities via her social media, as she has almost 66 000 followers on her Instagram account. Her favourite city to visit is New York and the couple even got pictured shopping in Gucci and eating at Nobu Fifty Seven.
Her relationship with the Arsenal starman
The pair met almost 10 years ago as it is known that she followed the Gabonese to Italy, when he played for Milan, then to France when Aubameyang was part of Saint-Étienne squad.
The Gunners star and his lovely wife have two sons together. The couple welcomed their first child, Curtys, on August 13, 2011. Aubameyang’s second son, Pierre, was born on August 3, 2016. The couple decided to name their second child after the father, Aubameyang, as that’s how they are repeating the Gabonese father idea of giving his son his name.