The rumour coming out of France is that PSG are planning a £10 million raid for Arsenal long-time manager Arsene Wenger. At 67 and having already reported to have turned down two offers, it is believed he may be considering leaving the premiership team. The French Giants are believed to be on the lookout for a replacement for current manager Unai Emery, who is believed to be under pressure only six months after replacing Laurent Blanc at the Parc des Princes. Other names being touted as possible replacements include Roberto Mancini, Clarence Seedorf and ex untied boss Louis Van Gaal. As always, expectations will be high for whoever is in charge next season as after storming to the French Title last year, winning by an amazing 31 points, they are currently lying in third place behind Monaco and Nice respectively.
Closer to home, it is being reported that former England and Manchester City keeper Joe Hart is looking to return to the Premier League next season. Joe is on loan from current employers Manchester city and now, plying his trade at Italian giants Torino, is believed to be interesting a few premier teams. Liverpool are believed to be the front runners for his signature, with current shot stoppers Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius both coming under pressure for poor performances this year. Although The Merseysiders won’t get their man without a fight as Torino are believed to be very interested in turning his season long loan into a permanent deal.