Ivorian considers his long term future.
Emmanuel Eboue has announced his ambition to turn out for Paris St Germain at some stage of his career.
The Ivory Coast international is currently on the books of Arsenal, with whom he signed a long-term contract in 2007.
He has been a regular fixture in the Gunners first team since moving to North London in 2005, making over 100 senior appearances.
The 26-year-old has admitted, though, that he does not expect to see out his playing days at Emirates Stadium.
Eboue is keen to take on a fresh challenge in the future and has revealed that he would welcome the opportunity to try his luck in the French top flight.
“I don’t believe that I will break my contract at Arsenal, but I would like to try something new at some point,” he told Le Quotidien du Foot.
“One day I would like to play in Ligue 1. I like that league, there are a lot of surprises and developments.
“If I went there, I believe I would sign for PSG. They are a club I admire.
“If Paris officials were to offer me a deal, the reply would be positive. We will have to see what happens.
“For now I am at Arsenal and I am focused on the season here. Next summer we will have to see.” (Sky Sports)
Utility man Emmanuel Eboue is a useful player to have on hand to cover a number of positions and he has improved greatly since he was at his worst playing wise and was the victim of the boo boys at the club. Now the Ivorian goes about his business on the pitch with a minimum of errors that plagued him, managing to pass effectively to team mates and has even toned down on some of the theatrics he used to display when tackled by the opposition.
In many ways it could be better for Eboue’s career as a whole if he sought a move to Paris St Germain sooner rather than later. Currently he is a bit part player and could in fact grow as a player elsewhere at a team who could offer him a steady run in the team and therefore improve his game even further.