Accra High Court allegedly put two of Michael Essien’s mansion up for sale over unpaid loans

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There is some d!sturbing rumors flying over surrounding Ghanaian football legend Michael Essien

According to reports, Ghanaian former professional footballer, Michael Essien is allegedly facing financial difficulties, including unpaid loans.

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The same source indicates an Accra High Court Commercial Division has ordered the sale of two of his mansions located at East Legon and Trassaco, Adjiringanor.

It was also reported that One of the mansions is valued between $20 million and then the second one valued at $30 million.

The auctioneer, who is charged with disposing of the properties and spoke on the condition of anonymity, is reported to have confirmed the order by the Deputy Sheriff of the High Court.

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Michael Essien has been a huge name not only in Ghana or Africaca but the entire world of football.

He gained more popularity during his playing days in England where he played for London-based giants, Chelsea.

It was during his playing career that he built properties including the two manssions which he could lose now.

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