Manchester City and Argentinian forward, Sergio Aguero, and Arsenal and Chilean striker, Alexis Sanchez, are being targetted by French giants, Paris Saint Germain, according to the Daily Mail. PSG, who currently sit three points behind leaders Monaco in Ligue 1, intend to spend big following a disappointing season thus far.

Aguero future unceratin?

After Aguero admitted hs Manchester City career is uncertain after recently signing a contract extension, Real Madrid have also reportedly noted interest, according to the Daily Express. Manchester City, though, are not willing to sell Aguero for anything less than £80 million.

If Aguero does leave Manchester City, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who recently declared that he 'will not play for Dortmund forever,' is reportedly Pep Guardiola's first pick as a replacement striker for his team.

Outside of the recurring Sergio Aguero links, Real Madrid are interested in Spurs keeper, Hugo Lloris, or Chelsea keeper, Thibault Courtois, if they can't sign United's David De Gea in the summer, according to the Daily Telegraph. Madrid have struggled to find an adequate replacement for legend Iker Casillas and have been linked with United's Spanish goalkeeper for the past two seasons.

Former Juventus defender and current free agent, Martin Caceres, has flown to Southampton for a medical.

He is expected to sign, medical permitting. Sunderland have sent scouts to watch Sam Gallagher, a striker for Southampton, three times in one week according to The Chronicle.

Marten de Roon to Everton: come get me

In other North Eastern news, Middlesbrough midfielder, Marten de Roon, has expressed an interest in joining Everton.

The Dutch midfielder has been impressive for Middlesburgh this season after signing from Atlanta for a club record, £12 million. De Roon is hoping to impress when Everton travel to the Riverside on Saturday, according to The Sun.

According to The Metro, Arsene Wenger was in contct with German midfielder Julian Draxler 'for three years' before he signed for Paris Saint Germain. The Metro claims that members of the Arsenal board are frustrated that Arsene Wenger failed to make a bid for the talented youngster.