Arsene Wenger is reportedly being lined up by Paris Saint Germain’s owners to become the Ligue 1 leader’s new manager, according to the Telegraph.
The French outfit’s current boss Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly told the clubs president that he will be leaving in the summer, with the Italian supposedly a target for Real Madrid, should fellow former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho return to London.
PSG, who are the coming force in European football having made a host of marquee signings over the last twelve months, can secure a first league title in 19 years with victory over Valenciennes at the weekend.
Meanwhile, Cesc Fabregas chances of returning to the Emirates has been the talk of a number of outlets, with the Metro reporting of Arsenal’s ‘first refusal’ option should they wish to resign the World Cup winner.
Elsewhere, the Sun names two other central midfielders reportedly on the Gunners radar.
Arsene Wenger was coy when discussing links with Sevilla’s Geoffrey Kondogbia, who has also been linked with Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid, while the paper also suggested that the club could make a £10million move for Southampton’s Morgan Schneiderlin, as the Gunners look to fill the gap left by Abou Diaby, who faces lengthy spell on the side-lines.