As Manchester City's Bacary Sagna reaches the end of his contract, Everton and West Ham have both made approaches to the Frenchman in hopes of acquiring his services next, according to Le 10 Sport (via footballfancast).
The 33-year old right back who joined City from rivals Arsenal in 2014 will be a free agent at the end of the season as his contract expires, but the Frenchman has the opportunity to remain in the Premier league with West Ham and Everton both interested in signing him.
Sagna made his first appearance in the Premier league with Arsenal back in 2007, making him one of the league's most experienced defenders. It's little wonder that his services are still sought after by Premier league clubs, particularly West Ham who have conceded nine goals to Manchester City alone in 2017.
With the 2018 World cup just round the corner, continuing his trade in England rather than a move abroad could favour Sagna's chances of playing, which at the age of 35 would realistically be his last major international tournament for France.
The Auxerre academy product isn't only attracting suitors from England as Olympique de Marseille are said to be attracted to the prospect of signing the soon to be free agent. However, it's unlikely that the sleeping giants from France will be able to match the wage demands of Sagna like either West Ham or Everton could do rather comfortably.
Throwback to when Chris Kamara tried to pronounce Bacary Sagna pic.twitter.com/XPTzirGF6k— FourFourTweet (@FourFourTweet) February 9, 2017