EXTRA TIME: Aubameyang, Zaha & other African stars begin off-season vacation

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Before the global football fiesta in Russia, some African players have travelled to different parts of the world for fun and relaxation

Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Crystal Palace duo Jeffrey Schlupp and Wilfried Zaha and Leicester City's Kelechi Iheanacho have begun their off-season holiday.

Following a successful campaign with their respective clubs, the footballers are exploring nature, visiting beautiful cities and reuniting with their family and friends.

Injured Mohamed Elneny has travelled back to his country - Egypt and he is recovering on the beach ahead of their participation at the 2018 Fifa 2018 World Cup.




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Aubameyang who scored 10 goals in 14 appearances for the Gunners this season, looks ready for a trip in his Ferrari car with a caption ‘start it up’ to signal his holiday season.


Start it up 🏎💨⚡️

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Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha is out in north America and he seems to be relaxing in the ever bubbling Miami, despite speculations about his future at Selhurst Park.


Mean mugging 😅😂 #GodIsGreat

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Drip drip 💧 #GodIsGreat

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Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho who has been called up to Nigeria’s camp for 2018 Fifa World Cup, travelled Owerri to unite with his family and friends before the commencement of training on May 22.



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Ndidi who is recovering from a hamstring injury, shared of a snap of himself in a Nigerian attire with his mother. The Foxes midfielder is included in the Super Eagles' 30-man provisional squad for the World Cup.



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Egypt defender Ahmed Hegazi linked up with some friends after West Brom's unsuccessful fight to remain in the English Premier League.



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Leicester City's loanee Ahmed Musa extended his humanitarian gesture to people in Kano with food and money for the Ramadan period.


Ramadan Kareem 🌙

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Ghana's Jeffrey Schlupp is having a beautiful time on a Greek Island.

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Yeah that way 👈🏾

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