- Emmanuel Adebayor has shared a heartwarming moment with his family
- The former Arsenal star is back in Lomé, Togo after a work visit to Kenya
- The Togolese legend is yet to announce a formal retirement from the sport
Emmanuel Adebayor seems to have smoked the peace pipe with his family after spending time with them at a beach resort in Lomé, Togo.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City player is loving life after a successful football career, which is yet to officially come to an end.
Adebayor is yet to announce his retirement after last signing for Togolese club, Semassi.
In photos shared on Instagram, an excited Adebayor shared priceless moments with his family while on vacation.
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"SEA, thank you for the warm welcome Miadjoe. I had a great time with my family. If you're in Lomé, don't hesitate to visit," he wrote on Instagram.
In the past, Adebayor reportedly had a frosty relationship with his family, but things look to have gotten better between the player and his relatives.
The 38-year-old enjoyed a stellar career during his time abroad, playing for FC Metz and AS Monaco in France. He later left for England to play for Arsenal, Man City, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace.
At the twilight of his career, Adebayor played for Istanbul Baseksehir and Kayseripsor, before moving to Paraguay to play for Olympia.
In 2021, he signed for Togolese club, AS Semassi, but has not made a statement about the status of his career.
Adebayor has fun in Kenya
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that while Adebayor might not be on the pitch, the former Arsenal striker has showed off his moves.
The former Togolese international was spotted in a Kenyan night club earlier this year, having a good time.
In a video that went gone viral on social media at the time, Adebayor was seen dancing with a female fan.
Adebayor provides scholarship for student
Former Arsenal striker, Adebayor has pledged to sponsor the education of a brilliant Togolese student known as Godwin Sodji.
Through his Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor foundation, the football legend said he would pay the bills of Sodji at the African Institute of Sciences, Technologies and Trade.
In a post on Facebook, Adebayor congratulated the student for emerging top in a national exam in Togo, and promised to help him realise his career dreams.