Emmanuel Eboue had played for ASEC Mimosas in his native Ivory, Belgian side Beveren, Premier League giants Arsenal and Turkish club Galatasaray before he signed for Sunderland. He was a free agent when he was snapped up by Sunderland in March 2016.
Eboue didn’t return to the Galatasaray first team because the foreign player limit was already full. He left the club at the end of the season once his contract had expired.
Ivorian player Emmanuel Eboue spent several months without a club until he signed a short-term deal with the Black Cats in March 9, 2016. Three weeks after signing for Sunderland, he began a one-year ban from all football-related activities due to his failure to pay a former agent. He was subsequently released by the Black Cats in April 2016. Eboue didn’t make a single appearance for the Black Cats during his time at the club.
Sunderland turned out to be the last club for Eboue following his failure to seal a transfer to Ferencvaros in the Hungarian league in July 2017 and Turk OcagiLimasol in Cyprus in October 2017.