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Hakimi's mother reacts to claims that her son has put his assets in her name.
Hakimi's mother reacts to claims that her son has put his assets in her name.

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Hakimi’s mother reacts to claims that her son has put his assets in her name.

Following the recent divorce proceedings between his wife Hiba Abouk, Hakimi’s mother allegedly responded to the news that her son had transferred his assets into her name.

According to the news source Morocco World News, Achraf Hakimi’s mother, Saida Mouh, reportedly reacted to the rumors that her son had transferred all of his assets to her name as a result of the PSG player’s and his wife Hiba Abouk’s ongoing divorce proceedings.

Saida Mouh admitted to the media outlet that she was unaware that her son had made such a choice.

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According to reports, Saida Mouh said:

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“if he has taken any action to protect himself, I’m unaware of it.
What’s the problem if the news is true? If my son does not do this, he will not be able to get rid of that woman [Hiba Abouk].”

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