Should the transfer go through, it will surely benefit the versatile play maker as he will get an opportunity to resurrect his career away from the blue side of Manchester.
With the Torino deal now secured, Hart will get regular game time and also be able to concentrate on his performance for the England squad.
After the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United and the uncertainty surrounding the future of Blaise Matuidi, PSG are in need of an attacker. Draxler would be the perfect man for the job, playing an attacking role from the left flank with his quick feet and dribbling skills.
Mamadou Sakho has not exactly been in manager Jurgen Klopp's good books. Indiscipline on Sakho's part has led to a fallout and the German manager is ready to offload the defender and instead give more playing time to Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan.
After failing to land any of their top transfer priorities this summer, Barcelona finally seem to have made a high profile signing in the form of Paco Alcacer.
The addition of Gudjohnsen is an excellent one for Pune while India have got a game on their hands and will look to outdo Puerto Rico.
In an effort to bolster their defense, West Bromwich Albion are planning to swoop in for highly rated Leeds United full back Charlie Taylor, and are willing to pay £7 million for the Englishman.
Mkhitaryan is not the only one to have exited the club this season. Dortmund have also been weakened by the exits of midfielder IIkay Gundogan to Manchester City and defender Mats Hummels to rivals Bayern Munich. Aubameyang and Marco Reus are two of the most important players remaining and this season a depleted Dortmund will certainly look upto Aubameyang to help them challenge for the Bundesliga title that Bayern have been winning for the past four seasons.
Djibril Sidibe has explained why he chose Monaco over Arsenal as his destination during the summer transfer window.
Sunderland have reportedly rejected the possibility of signing the French center back on loan from Liverpool.