LA Galaxy could be set to offer a deal to former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue, according to the Mirror.
The thirty-five-year-old hasn’t played a professional match since 2014 and faced struggles of the pitch, being banned for a year by FIFA after failing to pay his agent.
After three seasons with Galatasaray, where he played over a hundred times and won multiple trophies he joined Sunderland but was unable to play due to his suspension.
In six-and-a-half years with Arsenal he racked up two hundred and fourteen appearances in all competitions – one of which coming in the 2006 Champions League final defeat to Barcelona.
Internationally, he was capped seventy-nine times for the Ivory Coast, scoring three goals and was part of the squads that attended the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany and the tournament in South Africa four years later.
Now Galaxy are considering giving him a contract, as are Brazilian outfit Cruzeiro.
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