There’s just one week to go in the January transfer window – but lots of great deals can still be made.
Clubs chasing Champions League qualification will want to do everything possible to have an advantage over their rivals as the race intensifies.
Many players have ambitions to represent their country at the end of the year’s World Cup, but playing regular football is needed to stay in the thoughts of the owners of the national team.
And mega-rich Newcastle will certainly be desperate to sign a few more in their fight to beat the relegation.
SunSport rounds out 16 key transfers that can line up before 11pm next Monday, January 31st.
Man Uri from Amadou Hydara
Haidra has been linked with a transfer to Old Trafford since Ralph Rangnick took an interim job at Manchester United.
The pair worked together at RB Leipzig and may reunite to end the Red Devils’ long search for a midfielder.
Dusan Vlahovic to Arsenal
Arsenal are in need of a new striker – either this month or summer – and Vlahovic is considered their No. 1 target.
But even if the Gunners’ £66m transfer offer may be enough, they may have convinced the Serbian to convert Florence to north London.
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Arthur for Arsenal
Arsenal are also looking to bring in an additional central midfielder next week but were buoyed by the premature return of Thomas Partey from international duty with Ghana.
However, they could still try to finalize a deal for the Brazilian ex-Barcelona man – if Juve allows him to go.
Frank Casey to Tottenham
Antonio Conte has made it very public that he wants to bring on new recruits this month and Casey is a prime target.
But it could prove difficult for the AC Milan midfielder to strike a deal on the line while he is in the Africa Cup of Nations – as well as a rival to the Ivorian star for Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
Anywhere Erling Haaland
It simply refuses to be silent – and it won’t go away unless the Norwegian puts his signature on the dotted line.
He is expected to stay at Borussia Dortmund for the rest of the season, especially in the summer with his £64m release clause coming into effect, but Manchester United, City, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona are all keen.
Anthony Martial to Juventus
Martial’s future has been the subject of a major discussion of the January window, when Rangnick accused the Frenchman of refusing to travel to the game at Aston Villa.
Sevilla on loan was originally expected to be completed, but Juventus now looks to be a more likely option, with reports of talks on a loan switch underway.
Paul Pogba to Real Madrid/PSG/Juventus
The Pogba saga continues to rumble on and on – with the Frenchman’s contract expiring at the end of the season.
Negotiations on an extension have stalled meaning the likes of Real Madrid, PSG or Juventus could steal a march on the others by trying to land him this week.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to PSG/Al Hilal
The Arsenal forward has been stripped of captaincy and hasn’t featured since 6 December.
Saudi Arabian club All Hilal offered a loan with the option to buy, but Auba are believed to want to stay in Europe, where Paris Saint-Germain could be a potential destination if they can work out that £ 350,000-per- what to do about it. week’s salary.
Dele Alli to Newcastle
A new manager is in place at White Hart Lane but Dele’s career is still on hold.
With England out of the squad in a World Cup year, the immensely talented playwright could lead the Magpies’ survival and earn a spot on the plane for Qatar.
Jesse Lingard to Newcastle
Another Three Lions hero of Russia 2018 whose buffers have been hit and frozen at Manchester United.
He shone on loan at West Ham last season and could make a similar impact at St James’s at the other end of the table.
From Dominic Calvert-Lewin to West Hamo
It’s been a nightmare season for Everton – and could be a whole lot worse if they lose Calvert-Lewin, who has only returned after four months.
SunSport revealed that David Moyes was told the England striker is available for £60m as the Toffees need to return the money.
Christian Ericsson to Brentford
Many thought Ericsson’s professional playing career would be over after a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020.
But now with an ICD fit and back in training, she is ready to come back and reconnect with fellow Dane Thomas Frank in west London.
Aaron Ramsey to Newcastle/Burnley
The Welshman’s time at Juventus did not go as planned and Max Allegri has confirmed the former Arsenal man is free to go.
A return to the Premier League looks to be on the cards with Burnley in talks over a loan while Newcastle have reportedly ruled out an approach.
Adama Traore to Tottenham
The Spanish speedster could drop Molineux for £30m ahead of the deadline with Tottenham still very keen.
Conte has not been won by Emerson Royal or Matt Doherty and is looking to turn Trior into a wing-back.
James Tarkowski to Newcastle
The Burnley defender is out of contract at Turf Moor in the summer and remains a target for many sides.
Leicester and West Ham have both had offers to be rejected in the past, but now Burnley have the toon in pole position to sign him cheaply before losing him to nothing.
Rodrigo Bentancur to Aston Villa
Ultimately, Steven Gerrard is looking to strengthen his midfield with the Juventus and Uruguayan star.
A £16m fee is already in talks – which could mean a third Juve centre-back leaving Allianz Stadium.
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