The retail giant currently lists the as-yet unannounced Premium Edition for 69.95 euro, which equates to around 62 quid. Nothing official has been confirmed yet, and there's always a chance it could be a bogus listing, so don't get too excited for now.
According to the listing, the Premium Edition will be out on March 23, so we probably won't have too long to wait until we hear something concrete. We'll be sure to keep you posted.
GTA V was originally released in 2013 for PS3 and Xbox 360 before being ported to PC, PS4, and Xbox One the following year with a bunch of new features. The game has shipped over 90 million copies worldwide to date, while companion title GTA Online is continuing to do major business for Take-Two via microtransactions.