- Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy are planning to offer embattled former Gunners star Eboue a deal
- The Ivorian defender last played competitive football in 2014 for Turkish side Galatasaray
- He featured for Arsenal legends in their novelty encounter earlier this year against Real Madrid legends
Former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue is reportedly wanted by Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy.
The 35-year-old hasn't featured in any competitve football match since May 2014 - after starring for Galatasaray in their Turkish Cup final victory over Eskisehirspor.
He was bundled out of the club the following season after reaching the number of foreign player in the league.
Having lost his space at the club, the Ivorian made a return back to the Premier League as he joined Sunderland in 2016 but never kicked a ball for the side.
His case worsened when FIFA banned him from all footballing activities for a year for failing to pay his agent.
Eboue had a chance to return to active football last year after agreeing to join Turk Ocagi Limasol but failed a medical.
Eboue scored ten goals in 214 appearances during his seven year reign at the Emirates Stadium, but managed some playing time where he was impressive for the Gunners legends against Real Madrid stars.
However, the American club side are ready to offer Eboue a deal to return to the pitch, according to the Sun, with Brazilian club Cruzeiro also interested.
Legit.ng previously reported that ex-Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue further revealed his heartbreaking ordeal that left him 'dead broke' and 'suicidal.'
The 34-year-old Eboue has revealed how he was went broke in December and was in the brink of killing himself.
Eboue also revealed that he lost his divorce battle with his wife Aurelie and all of their assets and how he has no contact with his three children.
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