All of the confirmed moves as one of the quietest transfer windows in recent memory comes to a close.
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That's all for tonight, with one of the quietest January transfer windows in recent memory having now closed.
Let's take one final look at all of the most notable confirmed moves on Transfer Deadline Day from up and down the country:
Nottingham Forest have completed their third signing of Deadline Day with the capture of Belgian goalkeeper Matz Sels from Ligue 1 side Strasbourg.
31-year-old shot-stopper arrives for a £5m and will be expected assume the number one berth at the City Ground, with both Matt Turner and Odysseas Vlachodimos having struggled for form this season.
Tottenham have agreed a deal to loan 20-year-old Argentine striker Alejo Veliz to La Liga side Sevilla until the end of the season.
Signed from Rosario Central for £13m in the summer, Veliz has made eight Premier League appearances for Spurs, scoring one goal.
The Argentine Under 20s internationalist will now spend the rest of the season on loan in Spain with Sevilla currently struggling in 16th in the La Liga table.
Bournemouth have completed a deal to sign Turkish striker Enes Unal on loan from Getafe with an option to buy the 26-year-old in the summer for £14m.
On the books of Manchester City as a youngster, Unal scored 36 goals in 109 games for La Liga side Getafe.
Capped 32 times by Turkey, Unal will provide competition for Bournemouth talisman Dominic Solanke up front in the second half of the campaign.
Reigning Scottish Premiership champions Celtic have completed the loan signing of Norwich City striker Adam Idah until the end of the season.
22-year-old Idah has been capped 22 times by the Republic of Ireland, with Hoops boss Brendan Rodgers hoping the physically imposing hitman can provide fresh competition for Celtic's number one striker Kyogo Furuhashi.
Rodgers' charges currently lead rivals Rangers by five points at the top of the Scottish Premiership as they aim to win a third consecutive league title.
Kilmarnock have pulled off one of the deals of the transfer window north of the border by completing a loan move for Groningen striker Kevin van Veen.
Dutchman Van Veen is a proven goalscorer in the Scottish Premiership, having notched 29 goals for Motherwell last term, and the 32-year-old will provide Killie with an added dimension in attack from now until the end of the season.
Currently sat in fourth place in the Scottish Premiership, the Ayrshire outfit will hope the capture of Van Veen can help steer the club to European qualification.
Vincent Kompany's Burnley have completed the loan signing of French right-back Lorenz Assignon on loan from Rennes until the end of the season.
Assignon becomes the second French loanee to arrive at Turf Moor on deadline day, with Burnley having also struck a deal to bring in Maxime Esteve from Montpellier until the end of this campaign.
Tottenham have beaten Barcelona to the signing of 17-year-old Swedish midfielder Lucas Bergvall from Djurgarden.
Tottenham will pay Djurgarden €10m plus add-ons for Bergvall's services, with the teenager regarded as one of the hottest prospects in his position in Europe.
Barcelona appeared primed to land Bergvall before Ange Postecoglou's Spurs swooped in to hijack the deal.
Forgotten man Jesse Lingard is reportedly set to sign a deal with South Korean side FC Seoul.
31-year-old Lingard, capped 32 times by England, has been without a club since being released by Nottingham Forest last summer.
The Manchester United academy graduate has now taken the surprise move to continue his career in Asia with the six-time K League winners FC Seoul.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Orel Mangala has joined Lyon on loan until the end of the season, with the Ligue 1 giants having an option to buy the Belgian in the summer.
Capped 12 times by Belgium, 25-year-old Mangala joined Forest from Stuttgart in the summer of 2022 and has made 53 appearances for the club, scoring two goals.
Sheffield United have agreed a deal to sign Everton defender Mason Holgate on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Holgate, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Southampton, will provide a versatile option for the Blades at the back with Chris Wilder's side currently struggling in the Premier League's relegation zone.
27-year-old Holgate will be looking to make more of an impression at Bramall Lane than he did at Southampton in the first half of the campaign, making just five Championship appearances for the Saints.
Scottish Premiership giants Rangers have confirmed the loan signing of Colombian winger Oscar Cortes from Lens, with an option to buy in the summer.
20-year-old Cortes joined Lens from Bogota-based Millionarios in his homeland last summer, but only made four Ligue 1 appearances in the first half of the campaign
With one senior Colombia cap to his name, Cortes will seek to add an injection of pace and flair to the Rangers ranks as the Ibrox side seek to wrestle the Scottish Premiership title away from bitter rivals Celtic in the second half of the season.
Championship promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town have completed the loan signing of target man Kieffer Moore from Premier League side Bournemouth.
31-year-old Moore, who has been capped 40 times by Wales, made only eight Premier League appearances for Andoni Iraola's Cherries in the first half of the season.
Ipswich boss Kieran McKenna will hope his new striker can help fire the Tractor Boys to the Premier League, with Ipswich in second place in the Championship table.
Ipswich are currently priced at to secure automatic promotion from the Championship this season.
Relegation threatened Burnley have completed the loan signing of 21-year-old defender Maxime Esteve from Ligue 1 side Montpellier.
Esteve, a physically imposing figure at 6ft 4ins, is a product of Montpellier's youth system and has received a cap for France's Under 21s.
Burnley boss Vincent Kompany will be hoping Esteve can help tighten up a leaky Clarets defence which has conceded 45 goals in 22 Premier League matches so far this term.
Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt have completed a deal to sign highly-rated French forward Hugo Ekitike from PSG on loan until the end of the season, with a €30m buy clause included for the summer transfer window.
21-year-old Ekitike, who has previously been strongly linked with a move to the Premier League, has only made one appearance for French giants PSG this season and will be aiming for more game time in Germany.
Capturing the attention of some of Europe's top clubs after bagging 10 Ligue 1 goals for Reims in the 2021/22 season, Ekitike has also received six international caps for France at Under 20s level.
Crystal Palace have completed the signing of England youth international midfielder Adam Wharton from Blackburn for a fee of £22m.
Read our exclusive feature on what to expect from 19-year-old Wharton at Selhurst Park here
Andoni Iraola's Bournemouth have agreed a deal to sign Getafe striker Enes Unal on loan until the end of the season, with an option to buy for £14m in the summer.
26-year-old striker Unal has received 32 caps for Turkey, scoring three goals, and will provide increased competition for Dominic Solanke up front for the Cherries.
Previously on the books of Manchester City, Unal scored 36 goals in 109 appearances for Getafe after transferring to the club from fellow Spanish side Villarreal in 2020.
Chelsea striker Armando Broja is set to join West London neighbours Fulham on a loan deal until the end of the season.
22-year-old Albanian international Broja has made 38 senior appearances for Chelsea but has yet to pin down a regular starting berth for the Blues.
Fulham have agreed a loan fee of £4m to bring Broja to Craven Cottage, with Marco Silva's side having been left short in attack following an injury to Raul Jimenez.
West Ham have agreed a deal with Lyon to loan out Algerian winger Said Benrahma until the end of the season, with an option to buy for the Ligue 1 side in the summer.
Lyon will pay a loan fee of around €5m for Benrahma's services, with a buy clause of €12m in the summer.
Benrahma is one of two first team players close to an exit from West Ham today, with Pablo Fornals also nearing a move to La Liga outfit Real Betis.
January is not always the ideal time to be making transfer moves, with the lack of activity in this month's window perhaps attesting to that, but there have been numerous occasions in the past in which clubs have made inspired signings mid-season.
You can take a look back at some of the best ever January Transfer Deadline Day signings in our bespoke feature here
Let's take a look at all of the most notable completed transfer deals on Deadline Day so far...
Popular West Ham midfielder Pablo Fornals is nearing a return to Spain with La Liga side Real Betis.
27-year-old Fornals joined West Ham from Villarreal for £24m in the summer of 2019, and has been a consistent performer for the Irons both in the Premier League and in Europe.
Reports suggest Fornals' time in East London is set to come to an end, however, with seventh-placed La Liga outfit Real Betis set to thrash out a permanent deal in the region of £10m for the technically gifted midfielder.
Fornals has made just four Premier League starts for the Hammers so far this season, with his move back to his homeland perhaps driven by a desire for increased game time.
This switch to Real Betis will see Fornals reunite with Manuel Pellegrini, with the Chilean having brought the midfielder to West Ham whilst in charge at the London club in 2019.
Aston Villa have completed the signing of promising winger Morgan Rogers from Championship side Middlesbrough for a fee of £8m which could rise to £15m in add-ons.
21-year-old Rogers, who has contributed seven goals and nine assists for Boro in all competitions this season, will provide Villa boss Unai Emery with an additional option in the final third.
After an impressive first half of the season Villa are in a position to challenge for a top six finish this term, and are also through to the knockout stages of the Europa Conference League.
It's been a remarkably quiet January transfer window, with clubs seemingly keeping a close eye on their balance sheets in the aftermath of Everton and Nottingham Forest's points deductions.
A number of players have been tentatively linked with moves in January, including Karim Benzema, who's reportedly unhappy in Saudi Arabia, as well as Callum Wilson, with Newcastle looking to raise funds.
Both now look set to stay, but we'll have any updates on their futures here throughout the day.
Tuesday 30th January
Crystal Palace are reportedly close to striking a deal in the region of £20m to sign talented 19-year-old midfielder Adam Wharton from Championship side Blackburn Rovers.
A box-to-box midfielder with a lovely left foot, Wharton has received two international caps for England at Under 20s level.
Palace manager Roy Hodgson will be hoping Wharton can help inject new life into his side, with the Eagles having won just one of their last 12 matches in all competitions.
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Friday 26th January
Callum Wilson is being linked with a move away from Newcastle United between now and the end of the January transfer window.
31-year-old Wilson has made only seven league starts under Eddie Howe this term, and there are suggestions the ex-Bournemouth hitman may be dispensable as the Magpies seek to balance the books to comply with the Premier League's profit and sustainability rules.
With a number of Premier League clubs having been in the market for a new striker all month - including Chelsea, Man Utd and West Ham - a potential transfer tug of war could yet transpire.
At this stage it appears most likely that the Englishman will remain on Tyneside this month, however, with Newcastle desperate to improve upon their current league position of 10th in the second half of the campaign.
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Sheffield United have completed the permanent signing of Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Ivo Grbic.
The 28-year-old joins the Blades for an undisclosed fee and is expected to provide competition for current number one Wes Foderingham.
It's the second incoming for Chris Wilder so far this month, with forward Ben Brereton Diaz joining on loan from Villarreal.
West Ham have confirmed the signing of Kalvin Phillips on loan from Manchester City until the end of the season, with no option for the Hammers to buy the midfielder in the summer.
The 28-year-old signed for Premier League champions City from Leeds United in the summer of 2022, but has struggled for game time under Pep Guardiola at the Etihad.
Having failed to make any league starts for the Citizens so far in this campaign, England international Phillips will be keen to get back playing regular football at West Ham ahead of this summer's Euros in Germany.
Wednesday 24th January
Speculation on Karim Benzema's future continues to circle with Premier League sides Chelsea and Manchester United reportedly in the frame for his signature.
It's understood that the former Real Madrid ace is seeking a move away from Al-Ittihad, despite only joining the Saudi Pro League side last summer.
Benzema is 4/5 to remain with Al-Ittihad beyond the January transfer window, while Chelsea are priced at 4/1 to acquire the Frenchman as they look to bolster their goal returns.
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Tuesday 23rd January
Karim Benzema is being linked with a sensational return to his first club Lyon, having reportedly grown unsettled at Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad.
Real Madrid legend Benzema only made the move from Los Blancos to Saudi Arabia a matter of months ago in June 2023, but it appears the Frenchman is already keen on a return to Europe.
A move to the Premier League has been mooted for the 36-year-old, with the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester having been left on red alert, but as things stand his most likely destination should he leave Al-Ittihad is back where it all started for the 2022 Ballon d'Or winner in Lyon.
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Betting has now been suspended on Kalvin Phillips' next club amidst reports the Manchester City is nearing a loan move to West Ham United.
28-year-old Phillips has made no Premier League starts for City this term, and the ex-Leeds man will be desperate to play more football ahead of England's Euros campaign in Germany this summer.
The midfielder will provide added competition in the middle of the park for a West Ham side under David Moyes who will be striving for success both domestically and in the Europa League in the second half of the campaign.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: “On the whole it’s been a fairly quiet month so far on the transfer front but the fluctuation in the Kalvin Phillips market has been keeping us on our toes.
“We’ve had both Newcastle and Juventus trading at 8/15, plus there was a plunge on Crystal Palace (50/1 into Evens) just over a week ago as people second guessed where the England midfielder would end up.
“However, we’ve seen enough at 1/10, as well as respected journalists saying it’s almost done, to take down the busiest market of the window.”
Monday 22nd January
West Ham United are now as short as 1/6 to secure the signing of Kalvin Phillips in the January transfer window.
The Manchester City midfielder is reportedly in talks with the Hammers ahead of a loan move until the end of the season.
Featuring only 10 times in all competitions under Pep Guardiola this term, Phillips is vying for a move away from the Etihad as he seeks regular first-team football and David Moyes' side are now in the hotseat to secure his signature.
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Sunday 21st January
Speculation is mounting that Newcastle United have pulled the plug on their pursuit of Kalvin Phillips, seemingly leaving Premier League rivals West Ham United with a clear run at the England international.
The former Leeds man is expected to depart Manchester City this month as he seeks game-time ahead of this summer's European Championship with David Moyes' side now 1/2 to capture his services.
He's 4/1 to remain at the Etihad Stadium and now 13/2 to link-up with Eddie Howe's Newcastle.
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Friday 19th January
It appears as though we could be edging nearer to a resolution regarding the future of Kalvin Phillips.
The England international has been linked with a plethora of clubs this winter with Manchester City appearing to be willing to sanction a loan or permanent departure for the former Leeds United man.
But it's West Ham United who are now the favourites to capture the defensive midfielder after news broke that the Hammers had engaged in discussions with City regarding an initial loan agreement.
Newcastle United and Crystal Palace are also rumoured to still be in the hunt, but it's the Hammers who now look to be at the front of the queue.
Thursday 18th January
Karim Benzema is being linked with a sensational move to the Premier League, with the Real Madrid legend reportedly unhappy at Saudi Pro League side Al-Ittihad.
36-year-old Benzema made the move to the Saudi Pro League last summer after 14 decorated years at Real Madrid, but the Frenchman could be set for an exit just six months into his stay at Al-Ittihad.
Benzema's availability appears to have alerted a number of the Premier League's top clubs, with Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United all touted with a potential move for the 2022 Ballon d'Or winner.
Al-Ittihad remain the favourites to be Benzema's club come the end of the winter transfer window at odds of 6/4, with Chelsea deemed his most likely alternative destination at 7/2.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: "Benzema is reportedly looking for a move back to Europe and we think there’s a big possibility of him gracing the Premier League should he get his way this window, with London pair Chelsea and Arsenal topping our list."
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Thomas Frank's Brentford have completed the loan signing of Tottenham left-back Sergio Reguilon until the end of the season.
Spaniard Reguilon, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Manchester United, will help ease an injury crisis at the Gtech Community Stadium with Brentford currently without both first choice full-backs Rico Henry and Aaron Hickey due to injury.
Brentford supporters will be hoping the acquisition of Reguilon can help inspire the Bees to an upturn in form, with Frank's side having slipped to 16th in the Premier League table following a dismal run of six league defeats in a row.
Wednesday 17th January
Betting on Jordan Henderson's next club has been suspended with reports the England international midfielder is nearing a move to Dutch giants Ajax.
33-year-old Henderson left Liverpool for Saudi Pro League side Al-Ettifaq last July, but sought a move back to Europe this month with suggestions the Sunderland academy graduate had struggled to settle in his new surroundings in Saudi Arabia.
Henderson will join ranks with an Ajax side currently sat fifth in the Eredivisie after a dismal start to their campaign, with the midfielder looking to confirm his place in Gareth Southgate's England squad ahead of the Euros this summer.
Monday 15th January
England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, who has been the subject of intense transfer speculation this month due to a lack of playing time with Manchester City, is being linked with a move to Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace this month.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: "It's been the liveliest market of the window in what has been a quiet January to date.
"Phillips was a 50s chance to be a Palace player first thing this morning, but there's been huge interest in the England midfielder moving to Selhurst Park this window with his price dramatically shortening into 3/1 in the space of a few hours."
The Eagles are in need of midfield reinforcements following a long-term achilles injury suffered by Cheick Doucoure in November, with ex-Leeds United playmaker Phillips certainly fitting the bill as a replacement.
28-year-old Phillips will be keen to find a new club this month and get consistent first team football in order to ensure his place in Gareth Southgate's England squad for this summer's Euros.
Newcastle were initially favourites to land the midfielder but reports suggest the Magpies, who are battling to remain compliant with Financial Fair Play regulations, are reluctant to meet Manchester City's terms on a loan deal for Phillips.
They have drifted to 10/1 in the market, while Crystal Palace are now 6/4 to sign Phillips in the winter transfer window.
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Dutch giants Ajax are the latest frontrunners to offer England midfielder Jordan Henderson an escape route from Saudi Pro League side Al-Ettifaq, with the Amsterdam club now 2/1 to sign the ex-Liverpool skipper in the January transfer window.
33-year-old Henderson is reportedly unhappy in Saudi Arabia following his summer move from Liverpool, and keen to make a return to Europe this month.
The Sunderland academy graduate may feel he has to return to the top level of the European game to ensure his place in England's squad for the Euros finals in Germany this summer.
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Saturday 13th January
Juventus have jumped to the head of the market to sign former Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson in the January transfer window.
Henderson is reportedly seeking an exit from Saudi Pro League outfit Al-Ettifaq, whom he joined just six months ago.
One of several clubs interested in acquiring the 33-year-old, Juventus are said to have been in contact with Henderson's representatives over a potential loan deal until the end of the season and the Serie A giants are now 1/2 to secure his signature.
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Friday 12th January
Tottenham have completed the signing of Romanian international centre-back Radu Dragusin from Serie A side Genoa for a fee of £26.7m.
Dragusin becomes Spurs' second signing of the January transfer window after Timo Werner arrived on loan from RB Leipzig, with the defender straight into contention for selection ahead of the North London side's trip to Old Trafford to face Man Utd on Sunday.
The pull of working with Ange Posteocglou helped Spurs beat German giants Bayern Munich to Dragusin's signature, with the Romanian signed to provide competition to Cristian Romero and Micky van de Ven at centre-back.
Read our full feature on what to expect from Dragusin at Spurs here.
Thursday 11th January
Borussia Dortmund have confirmed the signing of former player Jadon Sancho on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season.
Sancho, 23, returns to his old stomping ground in Germany after a difficult two-and-a-half years at Old Trafford following a £73m transfer from the Bundesliga side.
The former Manchester City academy graduate mustered just nine goals in 58 Premier League games for the Red Devils, and only made three appearances in the top flight this season after a disagreement with Erik ten Hag.
Sancho will be hoping a return to Dortmund, where he spent a successful four-year stint between 2017 and 2021, will help revive his career at the highest level with the winger having received his most recent England cap back in October 2021 in a World Cup Qualifier against Andorra.
German giants Bayern Munich are closing in on a surprise deal to sign Tottenham defender Eric Dier.
29-year-old Dier, capped 49 times by England, has made just four Premier League appearances under Ange Postecoglou for Spurs so far this term, and Bayern have now made their move to see the Sporting Lisbon academy graduate reunite with an ex-teammate for both club and country in Harry Kane.
Bayern have been left short at the back this season with both Dayot Upamecano and Matthijs de Ligt having been sidelined through injury, and manager Thomas Tuchel has opted to add cover in this area in the winter transfer window.
Wednesday 10th January
Brighton have shortened from 25/1 into 7/1 to secure Jordan Henderson's signature in the January transfer window.
Reports had surfaced indicating Henderson is unhappy at his current club Al Ettifaq in Saudi Arabia and is vying for a return to Europe, conscious that his place in Gareth Southgate's Euro 2024 squad could be in jeopardy.
Dutch giants Ajax have been linked with a move for the central midfielder but Brighton have now moved near the top of the betting.
Injuries have piled up for Roberto de Zerbi's side and a player of Henderson's experience could prove invaluable, with the Seagulls aiming to stay competitive in both the Premier League and Europa League.
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Tottenham have completed the signing of German forward Timo Werner on loan from RB Leipzig until the end of the season.
The deal for the 27-year-old ex-Chelsea man includes an option for Spurs to buy Werner at the end of the season, with the arrival of the German providing Ange Postecoglou with fresh blood in in attack with skipper and top goalscorer Heung-min Son set to miss the next few weeks of club football whilst at the Asian Cup.
Although Werner struggled during his time at Stamford Bridge, his blistering pace and direct style of play may prove an ideal fit within Postecoglou's ultra-attacking tactical setup at Spurs.
Tuesday 9th January
Former Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson has been linked with a sensational return to the Premier League only a matter of months since swapping Anfield for the Saudi Pro League with Al-Ettifaq.
Reports suggest 33-year-old Henderson is unhappy at his new club in Saudi Arabia and is keen to make a return to England, with teams in Europe also having been alerted to the unravelling situation.
With Euro 2024 in Germany now just around the corner, Henderson is perhaps keen to get back playing consistently at the elite level to ensure his place in Gareth Southgate's international squad.
Chelsea and Newcastle are currently deemed Henderson's most likely destinations should he return to the Premier League this month, with Ajax, Bayern Munich and Juventus also near the top of the betting.
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Monday 8th January
Newcastle are the new favourites to sign out of favour Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips in the January transfer window.
England international Phillips has found game time difficult to come by under Pep Guardiola since transferring to the Citizens from Leeds United in the summer of 2022, and the 28-year-old is likely keen to find a new club this month in order to guarantee his place in Gareth Southgate's national squad for Euro 2024.
Newcastle appears a suitable destination for the Yorkshireman, with Eddie Howe's side having been left light in midfield amidst a lengthy injury list.
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Friday 5th January
Manchester United had been crying out for a top-class right winger to balance out their over-stocked left flank, and appeared to have found the answer when finally signing Jadon Sancho in the summer of 2021.
But it was quickly apparent Sancho's best position was on the left, leaving him fighting for first-team opportunities.
Erik ten Hag gave Sancho time away from the club in the winter of 2022, deeming him unready to play regularly for the Red Devils before publicly castigating the winger's training performances. Sancho hit back on social media and was demoted from the first team, seemingly ending his time at the club.
Rumours as to where Sancho would go circulated, with Borussia Dortmund looking the most likely - at least on a short-term basis - and it appears that's where Sancho will end up, with reports suggesting the German club will pay a loan fee and part of Sancho's wages.
Tuesday 2nd January
One of the biggest stories of the summer transfer window was not a move that went through, but rather one that didn't.
One of the best defensive midfielders in England last season, Joao Palhinha had caught the eye of a number of Europe's biggest clubs, with Bayern Munich set to sign the Portuguese on deadline day, only for Fulham to pull the plug at the last minute having failed to secure a replacement.
Bayern are set to move for the 28-year-old again in January and are favourites at 6/5 to secure his signature, with Fulham 15/8 to keep their man.
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England midfielder Kalvin Phillips has been linked with a move away from Man City after struggling for gametime for Pep Guardiola’s side, with Newcastle the current favourites for his signature.
Signed by City from Leeds United for £42m following the Whites’ relegation to the Championship in 2022, Phillips has been unable to force his way into the Treble winners’ first team over the past two seasons.
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