Emmanuel Eboue admits he would jump at the chance of help from either his former club Arsenal or the PFA.
The 34-year-old has revealed he has been pushed to the brink of suicide after losing everything.
He now spends his days hiding from bailiffs, sometimes sleeps on the floor of a friend’s home, travels by bus and even cleans his clothes by hand because he has no washing machine
And in an exclusive interview with Mirror Sport, Eboue said: “I used to talk a lot with Wenger but I lost my phone with all my contacts on it so I am not in touch with them.
“I would accept help from anywhere but if my previous club that I spent time at wants to help me then I would be very, very happy. They are welcome.
“Maybe I could go and work there to help the young players.”
“The fans at Arsenal, even now they still love me.
“The PFA helped me when I had my problems with my agent. If they gave me a job. Even if it wasn’t a big, big job [I would be grateful]. The way people helped me to become a professional player I want to help other young people.
“It would be difficult because I believe I can still play and I want to continue playing. So if they gave me a job like that, to manage the young boys, maybe I’d see some of the people that I played with or against and I’d feel embarrassed. But after that, I would cope.”