Former Arsenal full back Emmanuel Eboue has revealed that he would “love” to return to the Emirates after he was released by Turkish side Galatasaray.
The Ivorian had spent six years with the with Wenger at Arsenal but his time there was more known for its cult status, with the right-back putting in a number of error-prone performances which irked some the Arsenal faithfuls while some still loved the Ivorian for his attitude and strong support to team mates on a bad day.
Eboue was booed off by a section of Arsenal followers during a substitute appearance against Wigan in 2008, with the defender leaving the pitch in tears after the jeering of his own supporters.
He is now a free agent, and targeting a sensational return to the Emirates Stadium.
“I came back for training [at Galatasaray] and was told I would not be playing. The president told the manager at the time no to pick me. The way I was treated was very unfair.
“We are looking for options but I’d love to come back to Arsenal.” Eboue told the Sun.
The 32-year old made 214 appearances for the club between 2005 and 2011, scoring five goals in 132 league appearances.