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Russian Baby Mama Olga Dyachenko Set To Dump Mikel Obi

John Obi Mikel and Russian girlfriend Olga Diyachenko

Former Super Eagles captain, Mikel John Obi is set to be dumped by the mother of his daughters Olga Dyachenko.

The Trabzonspor midfielder moved to Turkey last month but the decision is seemingly not going well with Olga who has now reportedly told Mikel that she will no longer allow him to see the children should he remain in Trabzon.

A very close source to the family who revealed this much to AOIFootball.com, stated categorically that the situation could go really sour after Olga told Mikel that she will no longer come to Turkey with her children.

“I can confirm to you that all is not seemingly fine with them. Olga doesn’t like the city and has taken the children back to their base.

“In fact, she warned him against the move to Turkey but he convinced her about it. Now she came visiting and doesn’t like it; the kids do not also like it there in Turkey which could now be a problem for Mikel.

“Now Olga has told Mikel that she won’t return to visit him again which means he won’t also see the kids, leaving Mikel with only the chance of seeing his family in December during the Christmas break, a decision which I understand has left him sad, and may unsettle him” the source revealed.

The development becomes a worry for the former Chelsea midfielder who also struggled to see his family during his time with Chinese club Tianjin Teda and having to fly for hours back to England to see his daughters.

The source also expressed fears it may see him struggle in the Turkish league because of his unhappy mood following this development.

It is left to see if the 32-year-old will like to see out his contract with the club.

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The midfielder is however expected to be in action later Thursday night when Trabzonspor welcome AEK Athens in the Europa League, holding a 3-1 advantage in their quest to reach the group stages.

Written by Oseg Hale

Oseg Hale has been a writer since 2013. His passion for helping people in all aspects of sports flow through in the expert coverage he provides. In addition to writing for GoalBall, Oseg loves to read and try new things.

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