N'Zonzi heads to London, future unclear


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.

While he insisted he was only in London to visit his son, his other comments do little to do dispel rumours of his imminent departure.

N'Zonzi's disagreement with Berizzo reportedly happened when Sevilla were 3-0 down to Liverpool before the side's incredible second-half comeback.

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N'Zonzi has attracted interest from Arsenal and Everton in recent months and flew into London this week, sparking further speculation the Frenchman was negotiating a move back to the Premier League.

Allardyce, as reported by Sky Sports, even wanted to explore calling up N'Zonzi for the England national team in 2016, and it's clear that Allardyce is a huge fan of the Sevilla star. Nevertheless, a move from Sevilla in January looks very likely.

Everton target Steven N'Zonzi has admitted that he needs to leave Sevilla.

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"My future is clearly away from Seville".

"The coach pointed the finger at me [at half-time of the Liverpool game]".

N'Zonzi continued: "I'm not going to repeat the words he [Eduardo Berizzo] told me, but then, publicly, he said that in the future he would only have players who had his vision of football".

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Arsenal are reportedly keen on Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi with the Frenchman reportedly in London to sort out his future (via The Mirror). "Adapt to what the coach asks and I always did, I think my situation is unfair". "But what bothers me is the way this is happening, I never had a problem like this with any coach".