Arsenal are not going to sign Joe Hart as rumour peddlers claim after head coach Arsene Wenger ruled out the possibility.

Manchester City sent the English player out on loan to Torino after current manager Pep Guardiola bought a new shot stopper in Claudio Bravo from Barcelona.

Hart started the loan move on a shaky note but seems to have settled at the club. With his impressive run of recent he is expected to return to England this summer. The Premier League outfit was linked with a move for the player but Wenger quickly ruled it out.

“No I have three world class goalkeepers and I’m very happy with the three I have,” Wenger responded when asked about Hart.

The first choice goalkeeper remains Petr Cech, with David Ospina playing backup. There is also Emiliano Martinez with Wojciech Szczesny still out on loan at Roma. There have been reports that the Serie A outfit would look at making the deal for Szczesny permanent this summer.

Aside the Hart link, Jack Wilshere was linked with a return to the Emirates this summer after his time out on loan at Bournemouth. Bournemouth would have to break their club record transfer fee to sign the Gunner and reports say that manager Eddie Howe does not think Wilshere is worth it though he is a decent player in his own right.

Wenger said he has not received any news about Wilshere from the club, saying that he expects the player to return to Arsenal when his loan deal ends.

“At the moment we have no news from Bournemouth for Jack Wilshere,” Wenger said.

Arsenal does not seem to have a free spot for Wilshere yet so he is likely off on another loan deal if Bournemouth decide not to buy him permanently.