PSG's Stéphane Sessègnon is a skillful and dynamic midfielder, often compared to former Parc favourite Jay-Jay Okocha. Signed from Le Mans by Paul Le Guen, Sessègnon was a revelation in his debut season (08-09) with the Parisian club. After an equally impressive second season, his ascent has been checked by injury and a spat with Le Guen's successor, Antoine Kombouaré. The antipathy between player and manager came to a head last week when Sessègnon refused to travel to PSG's training camp in Marrakech. Desperate to leave France, he's an avowed fan of the Premier League and has the attributes to be extremely effective among the English top flight's middle class: Aston Villa, Newcastle and Everton are competing for his signature.