Emmanuel Eboué trains in Hungary but is determined to return to the country where he spent seven years with the Gunners.
The former Arsenal defender Emanuel Eboue turned to the Premier League after a year of suspense; Punished by FIFA for failing to pay his former agent 1 million euros of expenses, he wants now to return to English football as soon as possible.
He has trained with the Ferencvaros of Hungary since June.
While Eboue is happy in Budapest, a source close to the player explained that his goal is to restart his career in the English top flight, where he spent seven years with the Gunners before moving to Galatasaray in 2011.
He is planning an imminent visit to London, where his son plays for the junior divisions of Arsenal, in order to find a new club.
On Tuesday, he was sidelined by his Hungarian team Vac FC, due to Ferencvaros's pre-season trip to Denmark. Vac is owned by English billionaire John Williams.
Eboue, 34, has admitted leaving football for over a year, but he remains positive and hopes to have to rewrite his story again at an English club.