Arsenal future uncertain for Eboue

Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue says he is unsure if he will stay at the Emirates Stadium next season.

The 26-year-old, who has made 94 league appearances for the Gunners, endured an eventful 2008/09, famously being booed by his own supporters in a home encounter against Wigan, with the substitiute eventually having to be replaced before full-time.

Eboue made 28 Premier League outings last season, but they were increasingly as a substitute as the season progressed.

And with the 2010 World Cup in South Africa on the horizon, the Ivory Coast international has revealed he may be forced to move on this summer in order to play regular first-team football ahead of next year's global showpiece.

“My future at Arsenal is not clear yet, I did not play a lot in the season and the World Cup is coming,” he told Soir Info.

“There are many clubs interested in me, so let's wait. Before the season's start I will make a decision.”

Both Inter Milan and Sevilla have been linked with the former Beveren man's signature.

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