EXTRA TIME: Emmanuel Emenike thanks Galatasaray for helping Emmanuel Eboue

The former Super Eagles forward has lauded the Turkish Super Lig for their kind gesture to the embattled ex-Cote d’Ivoire international

Olympiakos forward Emmanuel Emenike has appreciated Galatasaray for taking steps to rescue former player Emmanuel Eboue from his financial crisis.

Earlier this week, the former Arsenal player revealed that he is broke as he now sleeps on the floor of a friend’s home and washes his clothes by hand.

According to The Sun, Galatasaray manager Fatih Terim disclosed that club will do whatever they can to help Eboue who he described as his friend from his financial woes.

Emenike has taken to social media to thank the 2015 Turkish top-flight champions for their compassionate gesture.

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