Following a scandal that involved the Moroccan international, Ashraf Hakimi
and another woman, his wife Hiba Abouk started a divorce proceeding.
After asking for more than half of Hakimi’s wealth in court, she and her lawyers discovered that Hakimi practically had no property or bank account in his own name.
The PSG player has placed his entire fortune under his mother’s name and whenever he needs anything he would ask his mother to buy it for him.
The couple began dating in 2018, married in 2020 and have two sons. She filed for divorce around March 2023
Hakimi’s move of not having his wealth registered in his name has made news worldwide, as some hailed him for being ‘wise’ and a living legend in protecting his assets.
Nevertheless, others castigated Hakimi and his mother.
Senegalese player, Sadio Mane will not be part of Bayern Munich’s squad for thier next outing.
It is allegedly that the forward punched his team-mate after their defeat from Man City on Tuesday night.
The club’s statement wrote “Sadio Mané, 31, will not be included in the FC Bayern squad for this Saturday’s home match against 1899 Hoffenheim. This is due to his misconduct after Bayern’s Champions League match at Manchester City. Mané will also be given a fine.”
Napoli will have to play thier return leg in the Uefe Champions League without thier midfielder, Zambo Anguissa.
The Cameroonian International received a red card and was sent off during the match against AC Milan on Tuesday.
Napoli will play without thier star midfielder in the upcoming home game in less than a week.
Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana has been included in UEFA Champions League’s top 5 performers! He comes 3rd, having same points with Real Madrid’s Benzema.
Onana has been on fine form registering 6th clean sheet in 9 Champions League games with Inter this season.
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