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January transfer window OPEN for business!

January transfer window opens for business as Premier League and Championship clubs look to bolster their squads for the second half of the season.

Liverpool have officially signed Takumi Minamino following the opening of the winter transfer window as Manchester United are in hunt for a striker following target Erling Haaland joining Borussia Dortmund.

Elsewhere, Arsenal will be looking to strengthen themselves in defence whilst Chelsea look into Bundesliga options Timo Werner and Jadon Sancho.

Inter preparing £25million for Chelsea defender

Inter Milan are ready to launch a £25million move for Chelsea left-back Emerson Palmieri. January is going to be a very busy time for Frank Lampard.

Spurs lining up £30million for Leicester City defender

Tottenham are lining up a £30million bid for Leicester City full-back Ricardo Pereira. The 26-year-old has also attracted interest from Manchester United, Barcelona and PSG.

Benfica agree £17million for Dortmund midfielder

Benfica have beaten the competition to Julian Weigl’s signature in a £17million deal. Barcelona, Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain were all interested in the 24-year-old.

Norwich and Brighton enquire about Genk’s Mbwana Samatta

The 27-year-old impressed against Liverpool in the Champions League this season and is valued at around £10million. They will have some competition from abroad with Eintracht Frankfurt and Lazio also interested. 

Arsenal are scouting their former player

Arsenal have sent their scouts to watch Glen Kamara SIX times this season. The 24-year-old was part of the Gunners set-up before being released in 2017.

Lille receiving bids for Manchester United and Tottenham target Boubakary Soumare

Manchester United and Tottenham are going to face plenty of competition for the 20-year-old defensive midfielder. Soumare is valued in the region of £50million.


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