Bacary Sagna's wife gets car sprayed with insane World Cup art

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World Cup fever is normally has definitely stepped up a level from swapping stickers and entering sweepstakes this week, with Arsenal star Bacary Sagna decorating his wife's £300,000 Lamborghini Aventador LP700 in a crazy piece of bodywork to this summer's South American showpiece.

Sagna used friend and custom car supplier Yianni Charalambous to make a strong transformation come to life, with the vehicle featuring an all-over collage that saves special space for Arsenal team-mates Jack Wilshere and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Charalambous has built up a star-studded list of clients for his cars for the stars business in Enfield, including Gordon Ramsey, James Corden and all four members of One Direction.

Mesut Ozil, Luis Suarez, Cristiano Ronaldo are also prominent features on his latest eye-catching design, which wife Ludivine will now sport while driving through London during the football's biggest party.

The 31-year-old is a shoe-in to be included in the final 23-man France squad for the tournament, thanks to another strong campaign for Arsenal despite continued uncertainty over his long-term future, with Premier League rivals Manchester City monitoring his situation closely.

Arsenal fans could watch Sagna star at the Emirates in red and white for the final time this weekend, if the full-back passes a late fitness test on a knee injury to start against West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

The World Cup is looming large though and very much in the thoughts of the Sagna family, with France's opening World Cup match coming against Honduras on June 15th in Porto Alegre.

Check out more snaps of the crazy tribute to this summer's World Cup on Charalambous' personal Twitter page by clicking here!

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