Football rumours: Manchester City won't let Joe Hart join Premier League rival

Joe Hart will not be allowed to join one of Manchester City’s Premier League rivals in the summer, but City could sell him for £10million says the Sun.

Manchester United and Everton are ready to embark on a bidding war for Southampton’s Jose Fonte, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Evening Standard is reporting that Arsenal duo Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil want contracts that would pay them £290,000 per week.

But Gunners boss Arsene Wenger won’t be hitting the January sales for new recruits, reports the Daily Telegraph.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger stands with his hands in his pockets
Arsene Wenger may not be asking the Arsenal board to dip into their pockets in January (Adam Davy/EMPICS)

The Daily Express is reporting that Slaven Bilic has two games to save his job at West Ham.

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