Former Arsenal star Emmanuel Eboue is set to leave Galatasaray this January amid interest from Premier League clubs, Mirror reports.
Eboue seems close to a move away from Turkey and several sides have mooted their interest after learning over his availability.
Struggling English clubs Queens Park Rangers, Burnley, and Leicester City are all monitoring the Ivorian, and will attempt to discuss contract terms despite Eboue’s potentially hefty terms.
Eboue was an integral part of the Arsenal side after signing from Beveren in 2005, playing 214 games for the Gunners before departing to Galatasaray in 2011 for £3million.
However despite starting out well for the Emirates club, Eboue found it difficult to hold a first team place after the emergence of Bacary Sagna and his performances subsequently suffered.
The 31-year-old’s time in London could be a factor in luring Eboue back to the Premier League, with QPR the only interested club in the English capital.