Discover the R$13 million mansion where Gabigol, from Flamengo, trains during suspension

Discover the R$13 million mansion where Gabigol, from Flamengo, trains during suspension
Discover the R$13 million mansion where Gabigol, from Flamengo, trains during suspension
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Written by Lance!

• Published on 04/02/2024 – 12:30 • Rio de Janeiro (RJ)

When he takes the field this Tuesday (2) to face Millionarios, in the Libertadores, the Flamengo cannot count on Gabigol, hero of the last two continental titles. Suspended for attempted fraud in an anti-doping test, the attacker cannot even attend CT Ninho do Urubu.

Given the situation, the club decided that, while the punishment is ongoing, the number 10 will train using the structure of his own home, in Barra da Tijuca, West Zone of Rio de Janeiro. Furthermore, Fla provided a team of professionals to accompany Gabi.

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Since 2022, the athlete has lived in a condominium close to Barra beach and which has a field structure and gym. According to the newspaper “Extra”, he lived for rent there for eight months and then bought the property for R$ 13 million.

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Gabigol’s mansion has 900 square meters, five suites, steam sauna, heated pool, gourmet space, air-conditioned wine cellar, cinema, office and three floors, the last of which is dedicated to a large games room.

Flamengo’s number 10 made a point of personalizing the space with graffiti of his idols such as Pelé and Ayrton Senna, as well as his own image written “predestined”, in one of the spaces.

In 2023, Gabigol opened the doors of his mansion to the YouTuber Jon Vlogs. The player’s residence drew attention on social media for some eccentricities. Check out the video below:

Gabigol’s mansion in Barra da Tijuca, West Zone of Rio de Janeiro (Photo: Reproduction)

The article is in Portuguese

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