38 Transfer Signings and Rumours

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With the January window open we will see ample players making moves across teams to further their careers or to purely play more football. 

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During last summer's transfer season we saw some controversy regarding Neymar's move to PSG raising concern for financial fair play regulation.

There's a general feeling that top tier players will stay at their respective clubs until the end of this season. Harry Kane's move to Real Madrid has been put on the back-burner by Potchettino who maintains that the club will do well to keep the English striker going forward.

Here's a list of reported signings, rumours, and January transfer window updates. 

Confirmed Signings

Ross Barkley (Everton) to Chelsea - £15m

Barkley signed a five and a half year contract to end his association with boyhood club, Everton. Barkley will wear the No 8 jersey for Chelsea and will play alongside his England team-mate Gary Cahill, who has heaped praise on the club for signing Barkley. The 24-year-old is has recovered from a hamstring injury that saw him sidelined since the start of the season.

Diego Costa (Chelsea) - Atletico Madrid - £57m

After Costa's fall out with Antonio Conte, he made it clear that he wants to move back to Spain with coach Diego Simeone.

Virgil Van Dijk (Southampton) to Liverpool - £75m

Van Djik fetched the highest price tag for a defender after a record fee of  £75 million. The Dutchman scored on his debut for the Reds with a towering header late into the game to seal an FA Cup third win against Everton.

Cenk Tosun (Besiktas) to Everton - £27m

The former Besiktas man is Sam Allardyce's attempt at signing a striker ahead of the new year. He's sent off officials to ensure the signing goes smoothly amidst interest from other European clubs. Excellent business by the Toffees to bring on of the Stars of this season's Champions League to Merseyside.  

Phillipe Coutinho (Liverpool) to Barcelona - £142m

Barcelona has finally secured the signature of 25-year-old Brazillian, Phillipe Coutinho, in a five and a half year contract that includes a 345 million Euro buyout clause. Coutinho will play alongside Lionel Messi and Luis Saurez. Saurez also made his new teammate life a little easier by arranging him a house on the same street where Messi and the Uruguayan stay.

Wesley Sneijder (Nice) to Al-Gharafa - Undisclosed fee

The 33-year-old has opted for a move to Qatar after a brief spell at Nice where he played only four league games. The Netherlands striker will move on an 18 - month deal.

Francis Coquelin ( Arsenal) to Valencia - £12m

Theo Walcott (Arsenal) to Southampton or Everton - £20m
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Konstantinos Mavropanos (PAS Giannina) to Arsenal -  £1.9m

Yerry Mina (Palmeiras) to Barcelona - £10.5m

Guilherme Arana ( Corinthians) to Sevilla - £9.8m

Moritz Bauer (Rubin Kazan) to Stoke City - £5m

Walter Montoya (Sevilla) to Cruz Azul - £4.6m

Ahmed Hegazi (Al Ahly) to West Bromwich Albion - £4m

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Transfer Rumours

Thibault Courtois (Chelsea ) to Real Madrid

Chelsea's faithful servant between the sticks looks as though he could be on the move to Real Madrid, in a move that would see the stopper being closer to his family.

Eden Hazard (Chelsea) to Real Madrid

Eden Hazard has stalled signing a new deal with Chelsea, which will see him at the club until 2020, Hazard would like to see himself at the Bernabeu but will wait for an offer from Madrid before signing for Chelsea.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Manchester United) to Arsenal

The attacking midfielder is now linked to Arsenal in a deal that involves Alexis Sanchez moving to Manchester United.

Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona) to Inter Milan

Inter Milan are closing in on a loan deal with Barcelona forward who has only started only five La Liga matches this season. The former Everton man looks set for a move to Italy for more game time.

Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) to Manchester United

Ozil will not sign a new deal with Arsenal and has been linked to a move to Old Trafford. The German will head off in the summer on a free transfer, but the Gunners will be keen to sell him during this January window in order to receive some funds for his sale. United will have to move quickly as Bayern Munich and Paris Saint Germain are also showing great interest for the No 10.

Javier Pastore (Paris Saint Germain) to Inter Milan

Pastore could be travelling back to Italy, after considering a move back to Inter Milan as his ideal scenario. Pastore played for two years at the San Siro before he moved to France. 

Kapa Arrizabalaga (Atletico Madrid) to Real Madrid

The 23 year old goalkeeper has a release clause of €20m on his current deal, a fee that won't put Real Madrid off in the least.

Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City) to Liverpool

Klopp is looking for a suitable replacement for Coutinho and the Reds have been linked with the Algerian winger.

Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid ) to Barcelona

Greizmann has been in talks with the Catalan club and is linked to a move this January window. But a move to Manchester United is still on the cards, however, the Frenchman's alleged £400,000-a-week wage demands could price him out of the move.

Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) to Manchester United

Machester City have pulled out of talks with Sanchez following a move that will see him land up at Manchester United. Sanchez didn't travel with the squad to Bournemouth as Arsenal lost 2 - 1.

Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle) to West Ham United
Malcolm (FC Bourdeux) to Arsenal
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Dortmund) to Arsenal
Lucas Moura (PSG) to Manchester United
Thomas Lemar (Monaco) to Liverpool
Alex Sandro (Juventus) to Chelsea   
Fellaini (Manchester United) to PSG 
Emre Can (Liverpool) to Juventus
Nabil Fekir (Lyon) to Arsenal
Danny Ings (Liverpool) to Newcastle
Aymeric Laporte (Athletic Bilbao) to Barcelona
William Carvalho (Sporting) to Everton
Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea) to Monaco
Naby Keita (RB Leipzig) to Liverpool 



Writtern by Lungelo Mdladla for Hollywoodbets

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