Steven N'Zonzi has found himself back in the spotlight after being called up by Didier Deschamps and making his debut for France during this international break. And numerous English clubs would welcome him back with open arms to the Premier League. According to the English press, Arsenal and both of the Manchester clubs - United and City are likely to whip out their cheque books next summer to bring N'Zonzi back.
N'Zonzi going from strength to strength
It's not known what N'Zonzi has in mind himself. There were doubts hanging over him at the start of the campaign but now he is a regular fixture in Edurado Berizzo's side. The player admitted that he felt he performed to a decent level during his spells with Blackburn Rovers and Stoke and wouldn't rule out a return to Blighty, but he seemed happy to stay put last summer in spite of reports of interest from Leicester and Monaco. Sevilla meanwhile are relaxed about the midfielder's situation - N'Zonzi renewed his contract in January which showed his commitment to the club. Having made his debut for France, his dream is to be with Les Bleus at World Cup Russia.