Ivorian football star, Emmanuel Eboue, has reportedly been signed on by his former club Galatasaray as the assistant coach of their under-14 team, Sports Illustrated reports.
This comes after his gripping story of his of poverty and his suicide contemplation went viral this week. The former Arsenal star opened up in an interview with the Daily Mirror where he disclosed that after losing divorce battle to his ex-wife, Aurelie he lost all his assets to her.
The footballer, who said he would accept help from anywhere, has reportedly been offered a decent salary by Galatasaray after the club’s manager Fatih Terim saw quotes about his meltdown.
Terim, who spoke about the development, said they heard the news in the dressing room and will do whatever they can to help. He said:
We heard news about Eboue in the dressing room, I was informed there, we will do whatever we can to help my friend.