Joe Hart is said to be mulling over an offer from Serie A side Torino.
It is widely reported that both Sunderland and Torino want to loan Hart for the rest of the season after Pep Guardiola revealed the England international is free to leave City with Claudio Bravo City’s new number one and Willy Caballero also ahead of Hart.
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Hart, 29, has been at City for over a decade and is said to be devastated at being dropped in this manner, however his focus must now switch to finding somewhere he can play regularly. A move to Sunderland would see him stay in the PL but the Black Cats look destined for a season of struggled as David Moyes has already warned fans to get ready for a relegation battle. Does Hart really want to switch the UEFA Champions League and a title battle for a relegation scrap?
A move abroad may give Hart time to experience a new culture, plus play regularly out of the firing line of the PL. Hart will be allowed to leave City if he finds the right option for himself and the club but his hefty wages of over $156,000 a week will certainly provide an issue for any team willing to take him on board.
Reports in Italy say that Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini, 24, could be leaving the Serie A outfit for Everton. Sky Sports in the UK is reporting that the Toffees are locked in talks with Napoli after initially having a $25 million bid rejected.
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The 24-year-old scored 20 times for Napoli following his $14 million move from Sampdoria in January 2015 and it is believed the Naples club now want in excess of $32 million for him. Gabbiadini can also play out wide and in a deeper position just behind a central striker, which would be useful for Ronald Koeman as he continues to revamp his Everton side.
With Romelu Lukaku to stay at Goodison at least for this season, plus Kevin Mirallas, Ross Barkley, Yannick Bolasie, Gerard Deulofeu and Arouna Kone around, Everton will certainly have a whole host of attacking options if they do get a deal for Gabbiadini over the line.
According to multiple outlets Arsenal center back Calum Chambers is likely to move to Middlesbrough on a season-long loan deal.
Chambers, 21, has fallen behind Rob Holding in the pecking order at Arsenal and with Laurent Koscielny back fit, plus Skhodran Mustafi about to sign from Valencia and Gabriel close to a return from injury, Chambers’ chances of playing for Arsenal this season look limited.
The England international made his debut as an 18-year-old for the Three Lions but since joining from Southampton for $15 million in 2014 he really hasn’t got going at Arsenal. Able to play at right back, center back and in central midfield, Chambers will provide newly-promoted Middlesbrough with plenty of option as Aitor Karanka aims to further bolster his squad who have made a fine start to life back in the PL with five points from their opening three games.