Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Medicine | By Earnest Bishop

Arsenal linked with Steven N'Zonzi as Sevilla man nears exit

Arsenal linked with Steven N'Zonzi as Sevilla man nears exit

N'Zonzi, 29, was a Premier League regular with the likes of Blackburn Rovers and Stoke City, making nearly 200 top flight appearances during his time in England.

Wenger has reportedly been a big fan of N'Zonzi since his days at Stoke City, before he moved on to Sevilla, and would be very interested in bringing the midfielder back to the Premier League.

'He has travelled to London to visit his son with our permission.

N'Zonzi has not featured since being substituted at half-time of Sevilla's 3-3 draw with Liverpool last month - with his team trailing 3-0 - and the France worldwide confirmed he has fallen out with coach Eduardo Berizzo. Sevilla had been 3-0 down at half-time, but N'Zonzi's withdrawal coincided with a barnstorming fightback from the La Liga side, who salvaged a 3-3 draw to preserve their year-long unbeaten home run.

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New Everton boss Sam Allardyce is already looking at reinforcements for the January transfer window, with Sevilla midfielder Steven Nzonzi and Watford striker Troy Deeney earmarked for moves to Goodison Park, according to The Mirror.

Spanish radio station COPE had reported that the midfielder was travelling to London to undergo talks with the Gunners having apparently fallen out with manager Eduardo Berizzo. I've come to see my son who lives here and to spend some time with him.

Speaking to France Football, he said: "My future is clearly elsewhere than in Seville. The only thing that disappoints me is the way it has ended". "As you can see, it's not a question of signing for Arsenal or anywhere else".

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