Michael Essien’s Homes to be Auctioned Amid Financial Struggles

by Louisa Afful
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Former Ghanaian football star Michael Essien is facing the auction of his two luxurious homes in East Legon and Trassaco, as reported by Daily Guide. The Deputy Sheriff of the High Court (Commercial Division) issued the auction order on June 12, 2024.

The properties, located at Stephen Quarshie Crescent in East Legon and Phase 2, Adjiringano in Trassaco, Accra, are up for sale. One of the homes is valued between $20 million and $30 million, according to an anonymous auctioneer.

Essien, who began his illustrious career in France with Bastia before moving to Olympique Lyonnais, rose to fame at Chelsea, where he became one of the Premier League’s highest-paid players. He won multiple Premier League titles and a UEFA Champions League trophy with the club. He also played for renowned teams like Real Madrid and AC Milan, earning global recognition for his midfield talent.

Despite his successful football career and current role as an assistant coach at Danish club FC Nordsjaelland, Essien has faced significant challenges in his business and investment ventures since retiring from professional football. This financial hardship has now led to the sad situation of his homes being auctioned.

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