Turkish club Galatasaray has come to the aid of Ivorian International, Emmanuel Eboue, after his ordeal with his ex-wife, Aurelie Bertrand, went public.
The Mirror UK had two days ago reported how Eboue lost his wealth to his white ex-wife and was on the brink of suicide.
According to Ghanaian football journalist, Rahman Ousman, quoting Turkey-based Futbolarena, the Turkish club will offer their former player a chance to get his life together by making him an assistant coach of their U-14 team.
The club promised to provide the 34-year-old with a decent salary that befits his standing with the club, from where he can work his way up the ladder.
Eboue played with Arsenal between 2004 and 2011 including in the 2006 UEFA Champions League game against Barcelona, before joining Galatasaray in 2011 and playing till 2016.