January transfer window is on and clubs are perfecting their options as they are ready to beef up their squad to be more competitive in the ongoing English Premier League.
Here are some latest updates concerning the winter transfer.
Barcelona’s title aspirations rest on January results, admits Ronald Koeman
Barca secured victory via Frenkie De Jong’s 27th-minute finish, with Lionel Messi providing a fine assist on his return to the team after an ankle injury – the Argentina superstar’s 750th appearance for the club and 500th in LaLiga.
Brendan Rodgers installed as FAVOURITE to be the next Chelsea manager
Chelsea slipped to a fourth defeat in their last six games against Manchester City on Sunday after a dreadful first half where they conceded three times in the opening 34 minutes.
Despite a £253million splurge in the summer window, Chelsea find themselves eighth in the table after 17 games – three points off the top four and seven adrift of leaders Liverpool.
The favourite to replace him is Rodgers, who has Leicester sitting third in the table and just a point off the pace.
Source: Mail Online
Sevilla Playmaker insist he’s happy amid Arsenal interest
Jordan has made 19 appearances for Los Nervionenses in all competitions this season, helping them to sixth place in La Liga, and qualification for the Champions League round of 16.
His performances have reportedly attracted the attention of Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, who is believed to be a big admirer of the 26-year-old. According to the Mirror, the Gunners would have to stump up a £32m fee for his services.
Source: AS English
Erling Haaland transfer statement made as Dortmund beware growing Man Utd interest
The 20-year-old striker is wanted by United, who have made the Norwegian their prime target after cooling interest in his teammate Jadon Sancho.
Real Madrid, Man City, Chelsea and Juventus are also among the clubs hoping to prise Haaland from Dortmund in the summer.
But Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke believes it is too early for the youngster to be seeking a move elsewhere.
Source: Mirror UK
‘Kane must join Real Madrid to reach Messi and Ronaldo’s level’ – Woodgate can’t see Spurs star snubbing switch
A move away from north London for the prolific 27-year-old has been mooted for some time. Manchester rivals United and City are said to be keen on keeping the England captain in his homeland, but big-spending sides across Europe would welcome the opportunity to add a proven performer to their books.
Real are renowned for their ‘Galactico’ approach to recruitment and may be tempted to table an offer for Kane at some stage.
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