Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is never short of controversies and this time has taken a dig at match referee Mark Clattenburg for apparently denying them two clear penalties.
While most clubs are going to miss some player or the other during the African Cup of Nations, the tournament will not affect the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea.
Hart will get regular playing time at Torino, which should help him with hhis chances for England, while De Jong should flourish in the rough and tough Turkish League.
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.
The final piece of the puzzle seems to be in place for the Guardiola era at Manchester City, as the club have announced the signing of one of Pep Guardiola's long time transfer targets this summer.
Manchester City's game against Steaua Bucharest last night was supposed to be a celebration of their progress to the Champions League group stage. However, it was overshadowed by the occasion of what was likely Joe Hart's final game for the club.
The first derby between Manchester United and Manchester City outside the UK has been cancelled due to poor weather and pitch conditions.
Massimiliano Allegri has warned Manchester United and Manchester City targets Paul Pogba and Leonardo Bonucci (respectively) against leaving Juventus, as the Bianconeri are one the brink of becoming a top European team once again.
With Pep Guardiola set to take the office soon at the club, Manchester City have begun to move thick and fast having completed a deal to secure Borussia Dortmund's Ilkay Gundogan transfer to the Etihad.