Galatasaray have offered Emmanuel Eboue a lifeline after the former Arsenal defender revealed he was going through tough times.

The Ivorian, who joined the Turkish side in 2011 is now struggling after losing a divorce battle that left his wife Aurelie with all of their assets.

According to Daily Mail, Galatasaray boss Fatih Terim, who has taken over at the Istanbul club for the fourth time in his career, said that he would give the former Ivory Coast full-back the role of under-14 assistant coach at the club.

“We heard news about Eboue in the dressing room, I was informed there, we will do whatever we can to help my friend,” Terim said.

Eboue, who played in the 2006 Champions League final for the Gunners against Barcelona, earned millions in a seven-year Premier League career. At Galatasaray, he was earning over 1.5 million pounds a year.

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