"It would be hard. But I think it would be harder to experience another season like this one, too far off the pitch... But if I leave Arsenal it would be for another league because it is out of the question that I develop elsewhere in England."- Emannuel Eboue, wanting to leaveI wouldn't mind this, to be honest. Eboue's a good right back, but Sagna's better. Eboue's a decent right winger, but Walcott's got more potential. The most Eboue can hope for (hopefully) is a spot as a squad player, and that's not enough for a guy approaching his peak as a footballer.Selling Eboue would add a bit to the kitty. Maybe we can get some players. You never know. The transfer window hasn't even opened yet, so anything's possible.There's really nothing else on the Arsenal front.Man Utd have something interesting, though. They've offically announced that they're a selling club. Apparently, they're only going to buy players 26 years old or under because anyone older has a signifcantly lower re-sale value. I'm not sure they're genuine about it, or whether they just couldn't afford buying a Ribery, a Kaka, or a Villa to replace Ronaldo, but it's significant.