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23:35 - Good night everyone!

That's all from us at bet3565 following a typically manic transfer deadline day, with a number of exciting moves unfolding all over the country.

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23:30 - Leicester secure Souttar signing

Leicester City have secured the signing of Australia international centre-back Harry Souttar from Stoke City for a reported fee of £15m.

24-year-old Souttar, who stands at an imposing 6ft 6in tall, will strengthen a Foxes backline which has proven to be leaky in the Premier League this season.

14th-placed Leicester are currently priced at 12/1 to finish in the top half of the Premier League in this campaign.

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23:20 - Nottingham Forest confirm Keylor Navas deal

Nottingham Forest have sealed another late signing with confirmation of a stunning loan deal for Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas until the end of the season.

The former Real Madrid shot-stopper arrives at the City Ground with Forest currently without the services of number one Dean Henderson who is sidelined with a thigh injury.

The 36-year-old goalkeeper won 12 major trophies for Real Madrid, including three consecutive Champions League titles between 2016 and 2018.

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23:10 - Nottingham Forest complete Jonjo Shelvey signing

Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of 30-year-old midfield playmaker Jonjo Shelvey from Newcastle United on a two-and-a-half year deal.

Shelvey's move to Forest brings to an end a seven-year spell at St James' Park, having made 202 appearances in total for the Magpies.

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23:00 - Transfer window in England slams shut

The January transfer window has now closed in England, although that does not mean time is up for a number of ongoing deals to cross the line...

Stay tuned until 23:30 as clubs up and down the country scramble to finalise last-ditch signings.

22:50 - Tottenham seal Pedro Porro capture

Tottenham have sealed the signing of Sporting Lisbon right-back Pedro Porro on an initial loan deal until the end of the season, with an obligation to buy for a reported fee of £39m in the summer.

Spaniard Porro arrives after Spurs agreed the exits of two right-backs today - Matt Doherty to Atletico Madrid on a free transfer and Djed Spence to Rennes on loan until the end of the season.

23-year-old Porro has registered three goals and 11 assists for Sporting in all competitions this season, and will give Spurs boss Antonio Conte a fresh option in the right wing-back role in his preferred tactical setup.

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22:25 - Nottingham Forest agree Keylor Navas loan deal

Nottingham Forest have agreed an audacious loan deal with Paris Saint-Germain for goalkeeper Keylor Navas, with the Costa Rica international set to travel to Nottingham to complete the switch.

Three-time Champions League-winning goalkeeper Navas will step in for the injured Dean Henderson as Forest attempt to preserve their Premier League status in this campaign.

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22:20 - Bournemouth in Traore loan swoop

Gary O'Neil's Bournemouth have sealed another transfer in what has developed into a very active window for the Cherries. with Ivory Coast international midfielder Hamed Traore joining on loan from Sassuolo until the end of the season in a move which will be made permanent in the summer for £20m.

An academy graduate at Empoli, 22-year-old Traore has made four senior appearances for the Ivory Coast, 

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22:15 - Matt Doherty completes Atletico Madrid switch

Republic of Ireland international defender Matt Doherty has completed a shock move to Spanish side Atletico Madrid on a free transfer after his contract was mutually terminated at Tottenham Hotspur.

It was initially believed Doherty would join the La Liga club on loan until the end of the season, but it has now been confirmed he will be joining ranks with Diego Simeone's charges on a permanent basis.

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22:10 - PSG set to sign Hakim Ziyech on loan from Chelsea

Paris Saint-Germain are set to seal the loan signing of Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea, with an agreement in place between the two clubs.

29-year-old Moroccan international Ziyech will join the Ligue 1 leaders until the end of the season, with no option to buy included in the deal.

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22:00 - Chelsea reach Enzo Fernandez agreement

Chelsea are set to seal a sensational last-gasp transfer of Enzo Fernandez from Benfica for a reported British record fee of around £105m.

The Blues have struck an agreement with the Primeira Liga leaders, with the World Cup-winning midfielder now set to jet in to London to complete the deal.

Chelsea will hope Fernandez's impending arrival can help galvanise their season, with the Stamford Bridge club currently languishing in 10th place in the Premier League.

The Blues are priced at 15/2 to finish in the Premier League's top four, and are given odds of 16/1 to win the Champions League in this campaign.

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21:55 - Nottingham Forest sign defender Felipe from Atletico Madrid

Nottingham Forest have completed the capture of 33-year-old Brazilian centre-back Felipe from Atletico Madrid.

Felipe has put pen to paper on a deal which will see him remain at the City Ground until 2024, with Forest striving to maintain their Premier League status in this campaign in their first season back in the top flight for over 20 years.

The central defender has made over 350 senior appearances in his career, winning league titles in Brazil, Portugal and Spain with Corinthians, Porto and Atletico respectively.

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21:10 - Crystal Palace snap up midfielder Naouirou Ahamada

Crystal Palace have secured the signing of 20-year-old French midfielder Naouirou Ahamada from VfB Stuttgart for a reported fee of £9.7m.

Ahamada is a box-to-box midfielder who came through the academy of Italian giants Juventus before transferring to Stuttgart in 2021.

12th-placed Palace are currently 11/4 to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season.

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20:30 - Bournemouth sign Ukrainian centre-back Ilya Zabarnyi

Bournemouth have completed the signing of highly-rated Ukrainian centre-back Ilya Zabarnyi from Dynamo Kyiv for a reported fee of around £24m.

20-year-old Zabarnyi has already made 22 senior appearances for Ukraine, with this signing appearing a real coup for the Cherries as they attempt to escape from relegation trouble in the Premier League this season.

18th-placed Bournemouth are currently 12/5 to escape the drop this season.

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20:10 - Arsenal complete signing of Jorginho from Chelsea

Arsenal have officially completed the signing of Italian midfielder Jorginho from London rivals Chelsea for a fee of £10m plus £2m in add-ons.

Jorginho has signed an 18-month contract with the Gunners, with the option of an additional year.

The 31-year-old scored 29 goals in 213 appearances for Chelsea, winning the Champions League, Europa League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup during his time at the Stamford Bridge club.

Arsenal, who are five points clear of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, are currently priced at 8/11 to win the league title this season.

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19:30 - Ayoze Perez joins Real Betis on loan

Leicester City forward Ayoze Perez has joined La Liga outfit Real Betis on loan until the end of the season.

The 29-year-old Spaniard has been at the King Power Stadium since 2019 after transferring from Newcastle United, scoring 15 goals in 114 appearances for the Foxes.

19:15 - Fulham complete signing of Sasa Lukic

Fulham have completed the signing of 26-year-old Serbia international midfielder Sasa Lukic from Torino for a fee of €10m.

Lukic, who has appeared 35 times for his country, is a complete midfielder with both impressive athleticism and technical ability.

The seventh-placed Cottagers are currently 10/11 to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season.

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18:35 - Southampton agree deal for Genk striker Paul Onuachu

Southampton have continued their busy January transfer window by moving for Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu, after agreeing a fee in the region of £18.5m with Belgian side Genk.

28-year-old Onuachu, who stands at 6ft 7in tall, has scored 16 goals in 19 games for Genk in the Jupiler Pro League this season.

Southampton boss Nathan Jones will be hoping Onuachu can settle quickly in the Premier League to help fire his side to safety, with the Saints currently bottom of the table.

Southampton are currently 6/5 to avoid relegation this season.

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18:15 - Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga signs for Crystal Palace on loan

Premier League leaders Arsenal have loaned out 23-year-old midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga to Crystal Palace until the end of the season.

The Gunners have moved to offload the former Anderlecht man after striking an agreement with Chelsea to bring Italian international midfielder Jorginho to the Emirates.

Crystal Palace are currently 12th in the Premier League table, and are given odds of 11/4 to finish in the top half.

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17:55 - Diego Llorente joins Roma on loan

Leeds United defender Diego has signed for Roma on an initial loan deal, with an option to buy for the Serie A club at a price of €18m.

Llorente has made 59 appearances in all competitions for Leeds since transferring from Real Sociedad in 2020, and has received 10 caps for his country Spain.

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17:30 - Djed Spence joins Rennes on loan

Tottenham defender Djed Spence has completed a loan move to Ligue 1 side Rennes until the end of the season.

22-year-old Spence is one of two right-backs on their way out of Spurs today, with Matt Doherty also primed for a loan switch abroad to Atletico Madrid.

The pair are set to be replaced by Sporting Lisbon's Pedro Porro, who is closing in on a loan transfer to the North London club with an obligation to buy for £40m this summer.

17:25 - Man Utd close to loan agreement for Marcel Sabitzer

Manchester United are closing in on the loan signing of Marcel Sabitzer from Bayern Munich after agreeing personal terms with the Austria international midfielder.

United boss Erik ten Hag has moved swiftly to fill the void left by midfield playmaker Christian Eriksen, who has been ruled out for three months after suffering an ankle injury in the Red Devils' FA Cup victory over Reading.

28-year-old Sabitzer would offer United dynamism and an eye for goal in the middle of the park, as they pursue a top four finish in the Premier League and success in the cups.

Man United are currently priced at 2/7 to finish in the top four in the Premier League. Ten Hag's charges are also 8/1 to win the Europa League, 7/2 to win the FA Cup, and 4/6 to win the EFL Cup.

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17:00 - Rangers sign Nicolas Raskin

Scottish giants Rangers have completed the signing of 21-year-old central midfielder Nicolas Raskin from Standard Liege on a long-term deal.

Belgium Under 21s internationalist Raskin has been a key transfer target for Gers manager Michael Beale throughout this January window, and the English tactician will be delighted to finally see the deal cross the line.

Raskin's contract with the Belgian side was due to expire this summer, with Rangers eventually agreeing an undisclosed fee for his services after seeing two initial bids rebuffed.

The Ibrox club are currently nine points behind fierce rivals Celtic in the Scottish Premiership table, and are given odds of 12/1 to overturn this deficit and win the title this season.

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16:00 - Chelsea locked in Enzo Fernandez talks

In what has become one of the most significant transfer sagas of this January window, Chelsea appear to be moving closer to finally striking a deal with Benfica for their Argentine World Cup-winning midfielder Enzo Fernandez.

22-year-old Fernandez has been courted by the Blues all month, with their pursuit of his services seemingly having broken down a couple of weeks ago. Todd Boehly and Co have persevered, however, with reports suggesting Chelsea have agreed a whopping British record fee of £105m with the Primeira Liga leaders.

Currently languishing in 10th place in the Premier League table, Chelsea boss Graham Potter will be hoping the signing of playmaker Fernandez can get over the line to help galvanise his side towards an upturn in form.

The Stamford Bridge club are currently priced at 15/2 to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season.

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15:50 - PSG line up move for Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech 

French giants Paris Saint-Germain are in talks with Chelsea regarding a move for Moroccan Hakim Ziyech.

Given Chelsea's significant recruitment drive in this window, which has seen the Blues bring in eight players for well over £200m so far, it seems the club's hierarchy are now attempting to clear the decks in order to help balance the books.

Former Ajax man Ziyech appears to be one player the Stamford Bridge club are keen to offload, with Ligue 1 leaders PSG in discussions over either a loan or permanent move.

Their primary objective for a number of years now, PSG are currently given odds of 7/1 to win their maiden Champions League title this campaign.

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15:40 - Doherty set for shock Atletico Madrid loan switch

Tottenham defender Matt Doherty is set to seal a shock loan switch to La Liga side Atletico Madrid.

Republic of Ireland international Doherty has made 16 appearances for Spurs this season, but it appears manager Antonio Conte now views him as dispensable ahead of the imminent arrival of Sporting Lisbon right-back Pedro Porro.

Currently sat five points behind Real Sociedad in fourth place in La Liga, Diego Simeone's Atletico side are priced at 6/4 to win the Spanish top flight Without Barcelona & Real Madrid this season.

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10:30 - Manchester City Star Joao Cancelo joins Bayern Munich in shock loan move

In what could go down as one of the biggest shocks of the transfer window, Manchester City full-back Joao Cancelo has joined Bayern Munich on loan for the remainder of the season - with the German side having the option to make the deal permanent in the summer.

Cancelo had established himself as one of Pep Guardiola’s key players last season but has struggled for consistent minutes since returning from the World Cup, acting as an unused substitute in the Citizen’s last three games.

With the ability to play on both flanks, as well as being comfortable in central positions, Cancelo will be a dangerous weapon in Bayern’s arsenal, and his input couldn’t be coming at a better time with Julian Nagelsmann’s side winless since the World Cup.

10:30 - Newcastle sign Harrison Ashby from West Ham

Newcastle’s transfer business under Eddie Howe has been close to faultless so far and they have completed another shrewd piece of business – bringing Scottish right-back Harrison Ashby to Tyneside.

The 21-year-old has impressed in his limited appearances for the Hammers but has struggled to find a place in the first-team.

Eddie Howe sees Ashby as a top talent, both now and for the future, and his new man looks an excellent long term replacement for Kieran Trippier.

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10:00 - Arsenal agree fee for Jorginho

It's sure to be one of the more surprising moves of the day, but with the Moises Caicedo move presumably not going ahead, Arsenal appear to be looking at a stopgap option in Jorginho, offering the midfielder an 18-month deal.

The Chelsea man has featured regularly for the Blues this season, but with his contract expiring in the summer, and the Italian set to leave, the Stamford Bridge club have looked to cash in early, with Arsenal reportedly agreeing a £12m fee, with Jorginho set to offer more depth in midfield behind Granit Xhaka and Thomas Partey.

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Monday 30th January

13:00 - Joao Cancelo to Bayern Munich

In one of the most surprising moves of the January transfer window, Joao Cancelo appears to be heading to Germany on loan for the rest of the season, with Bayern Munich having the option to buy.

The Manchester City full-back established himself as one of Pep Guardiola's most important players last season record seven Premier League assists, but has managed just 158 Premier League minutes since the World Cup, and looks set to join the German giants ahead of the window closing on Tuesday.

Saturday 28th January

11:00 - Moises Caicedo asks to leave Brighton

Moises Caicedo has undoubtedly been one of the breakout stars of the season, attracting attention from some of the Premier League's biggest clubs, with Arsenal stepping up their pursuit for the midfielder, already having a £60m bid rejected.

The 21-year-old shared a post on Instagram late on Friday night expressing his gratitude to the club, as well as expressing his desire to leave, saying: "I am grateful to Mr. Bloom and Brighton for giving me the chance to come to the Premier League and I feel I have always done my best for them. I always play football with a smile and with heart. 

"I am the youngest of 10 siblings from a poor upbringing in Santa Domingo in Ecuador. My dream always to be the most decorated player in the history of Ecuador. 

"I am proud to be able to bring in a record transfer fee for Brighton which would allow them to reinvest it and help the club continue to be successful. 

"The fans have taken me into their hearts and they will always be in my heart so I hope they can understand why I want to take up this magnificent opportunity."

Brighton have since reportedly told Caicedo to take a few days off until the closing of the transfer window, recognising the player's head has been turned by the interest shown in him, but insisting the player is not for sale.

Whether Brighton can hang on to Caicedo or whether Arsenal will increase their bid and pry him away from the south coast remains to be seen, but it's quickly developing into one of the biggest stories of the January transfer window.

Friday 27th January

15:46 - Newcastle agree deal with Everton for Anthony Gordon

Big-spending Newcastle have been quiet so far in the January window, but have made a splash with the move to bring Anthony Gordon to Tyneside.

The 21-year-old caught the eye in a breakthrough season on Merseyside with four goals and two assists as Everton secured survival in the penultimate match of the season against Crystal Palace. 

While Gordon hasn't quite been able to replicate that form this season, that may be down to the team's struggles as a whole , and Eddie Howe will be keen to harness the winger's potential following a £45m move.

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Thursday 26th January

14:30 - Antoine Semenyo set for Bournemouth medical

Bristol City striker Antoine Semenyo is set to have a medical at Premier League side Bournemouth after a fee in the region of £10.5m was agreed between the two clubs.

23-year-old Semenyo has received six senior caps for Ghana, and has scored six goals for Bristol City in the Championship this season.

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11:30 - Bournemouth line up Zaniolo swoop

Premier League strugglers Bournemouth are lining up an audacious €30m swoop for Roma's Nicolo Zaniolo.

Zaniolo, who has received 11 senior Italy caps, has also been linked to Tottenham and West Ham.

Bournemouth are currently 12/5 to avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.

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Wednesday 25th January

14:45 - Tottenham complete Danjuma signing

Tottenham have completed a loan move for Dutch winger Arnaut Danjuma from Villarreal until the end of the season, with the deal also including an option to buy permanently at the end of the season.

The 25-year-old previously looked destined for a loan switch to Everton, before Spurs swooped in at the final hour to hijack the deal.

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14:30 - Fulham set to loan Cedric Soares from Arsenal

Fulham look set to complete the loan signing of Portuguese right-back Cedric Soares from Premier League leaders Arsenal until the end of the season.

Cedric will provide competition for Kenny Tete in the right-back position for Marco Silva's men, with the Cottagers currently sat in seventh position in the Premier League table.

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10:00 - Celtic sign South Korean striker Oh Hyeon-gyu

Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic have signed 21-year-old South Korean striker Oh Hyeon-gyu from Suwon Samsung Bluewings for a fee reported to be around £2.5m.

Oh is likely to be earmarked as a replacement for Giorgos Giakoumakis, with the Greek hitman nearing an exit from the Parkhead club with MLS side Atlanta United leading the chase for his signature.

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Tuesday 24th January

16:15 - Tottenham hijack Everton's move for Danjuma

Tottenham have sensationally usurped Everton to sign Dutch international winger Danjuma on loan from La Liga club Villarreal.

25-year-old Danjuma looked all set to spend the rest of the season on loan at Goodison Park, before Spurs swooped in at the final hour.

The fleet-footed forward enjoyed a stunning Champions League campaign with Villarreal in 2021-22, scoring six goals as the Yellow Submarine reached the semi-finals.

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14:30 - Tottenham in talks for Pedro Porro

Tottenham are in talks with Sporting Lisbon over the potential signing of 23-year-old right-back Pedro Porro.

The Spaniard has registered two goals and six assists in Primeira Liga this season, with Spurs reportedly locked in negotiations with Sporting regarding a deal in the region of €37m.

Porro would provide Spurs boss Antonio Conte with a fresh option in the right wing-back role in his preferred system, with Emerson Royal and Matt Doherty currently at his disposal.

Sat in fifth place in the Premier League at present, Tottenham are 11/4 to finish in the top four.

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12:00 - Bournemouth set to sign striker Nico Jackson from Villarreal

Bournemouth are close to the signing of 21-year-old Villarreal striker Nico Jackson for a fee in the region of €23m.

A Senegal international, Jackson will become the Cherries' second big-money January arrival following the acquisition of Lorient winger Dango Ouattara for £20m.

Bournemouth are currently 12/5 to avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.

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Friday 20th January

15:45 - Arsenal sign Leandro Trossard from Brighton

Arsenal have completed the signing of Leandro Trossard from Brighton for £21m plus £5m in add-ons.

The 28-year-old Belgian forward will help provide competition for places in attack for the Premier League leaders, after the Gunners' well documented pursuit of Ukraine international Mykhailo Mudryk fell at the final hurdle as London rivals Chelsea hijacked the deal.

Arsenal hope to have Trossard available for selection for Sunday's crunch Premier League encounter with Manchester United, with Mikel Arteta's men attempting to restore their eight-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the table.

Arsenal are currently 10/11 favourites to win the Premier League this season.

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13:30 - Danny Ings 6/1 to score 15 or more Premier League goals

New West Ham signing Danny Ings has been priced by bet365 at 6/1 to hit 15 or more goals in the Premier League this campaign.

Ings is currently on six goals for the season, and his new employers will be desperate for the ex-Liverpool man to find the net in this weekend's relegation six-pointer against Everton at the London Stadium.

Ings is 2/7 to hit 10 or more Premier League goals, and 66/1 to notch 20 or more.

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13:15 - Wolves agree fee for Craig Dawson

Wolves have agreed a £3.3m fee with West Ham to sign 32-year-old central defender Craig Dawson.

Dawson has made 87 appearances for the Hammers in all competitions, scoring five goals.

The aerially dominant centre-back is set to become Wolves' fourth incoming of the January transfer window, after Matheus Cunha, Mario Lemina and Pablo Sarabia joined ranks.

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12:45 - West Ham complete Danny Ings deal

West Ham have announced the signing of striker Danny Ings from Aston Villa for £15m.

Currently toiling in the Premier League relegation zone in 18th place, Hammers boss David Moyes will be hoping his new signing can make an instant impact against fellow strugglers Everton this weekend.

West Ham are currently 4/1 to be relegated from the Premier League 

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12:00 - Bournemouth complete £20m Dango Ouattara transfer

Premier League strugglers Bournemouth have completed the signing of winger Dango Ouattara from Lorient for a reported £20m.

Ouattara, a Burkina Faso international, registered six goals and six assists in the first half of the season in Ligue 1.

Cherries boss Gary O'Neil will be hoping his new recruit will help give his side an added attacking edge, with 17th-placed Bournemouth priced at 9/4 to escape the drop in the Premier League this season.

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11:00 - Forest in line for Chris Wood loan swoop

Nottingham Forest are closing in on the signing of Newcastle striker Chris Wood on loan until the end of the season.

13th-placed Forest have been rocked by the news target man Taiwo Awoniyi will miss the next couple of months of action with a groin injury, and New Zealand international Wood appears a capable stop-gap up front in his absence.

Nottingham Forest are currently 3/10 to avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.

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Thursday 19th January

17:00 - Leicester close to £17m Kristiansen signing

Premier League strugglers Leicester City are close to the £17 signing of Danish defender Victor Kristiansen from FC Copenhagen,

Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers will be hoping left-back Kristiansen, who has made seven appearances for Denmark's Under 21s, will help shore up a Leicester backline which has been leaky in this Premier League campaign.

15th-placed Leicester are currently 8/1 to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season.

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17:00 - Chelsea agree deal for Madueke

Chelsea are closing in on their sixth signing of the January window after agreeing a €35m deal to bring PSV Eindhoven winger Noni Madueke to the Premier League.

An England Under 21s internationalist, Madueke moved to the Eredivisie from Spurs back in 2018.

Currently languishing in 10th place in the Premier League, Chelsea are 8/1 to finish in the top four this season.

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15:45 - Ings to get better for West Ham?

West Ham will be hoping incoming striker Danny Ings can help boost their survival push in the Premier League with the 30-year-old set to complete a deal from Aston Villa.

bet365 are offering odds of 6/1 that Danny Ings scores at least 15 goals in the Premier League this season, with a price of 66/1 he notches 20 or more. 

Ings has registered six goals so far in this Premier League campaign for the Villans.

bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “West Ham have been guilty of missing a number of chances this season with an xG tally of 25 compared to their actual goal return of 15, but they’ve signed a player who has consistently outscored that metric over the years.

“Ings did manage to bag 6 for Villa despite only playing 90 minutes on three occasions this season and he could be key to keeping the Hammers up with David Moyes’ side taking just 1 point from their last 21 and their relegation odds plummeting from 33/1 into 4/1 with the small matter of Everton at home this weekend.”

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11:30 - Arsenal in advanced talks for Trossard

Arsenal are in advanced talks to bring Brighton forward Leandro Trossard to the Emirates Stadium.

The Premier League leaders have been in the market for a new attacking player this window, and after being beaten to the signature of Ukraine international Mykhailo Mudryk by London rivals Chelsea, the Gunners have turned their attention to 28-year-old Trossard.

The skilful Belgian has registered seven goals and two assists for Brighton in the Premier League this season, and Mikel Arteta will be hoping he can provide competition for places in attack as Arsenal chase their first league title win since 2004.

Arsenal are currently 4/5 to win the Premier League this season.

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10:00 - West Ham set to sign Danny Ings

Having secured European football in each of the last two seasons, West Ham United are one of a number of clubs anxiously looking over their shoulders, currently sitting 18th in the Premier League.

Only Wolves have scored fewer goals than the Hammers with Gianluca Scamacca and Said Benrahma their top scorers on three, and it is hoped Danny Ings can provide the firepower to propel West Ham up the table.

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Wednesday 18th January

16:45 - Atletico Madrid close in on Depay

Atletico Madrid are closing in on the signing of Dutch international forward Memphis Depay from La Liga rivals Barcelona.

Depay is reportedly close to a €3m switch to the Spanish capital, where he will work under Diego Simeone at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.

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15:30 - Bayern set to complete Sommer transfer

German giants Bayern Munich are set to complete a move for goalkeeper Yann Sommer from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Monchengladbach.

Swiss international Sommer will fill in for club captain Manuel Neuer in goal after the Bayern legend broke his leg whilst on a skiing holiday.

Bayern Munich are currently 13/2 to win the Champions League this season.

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11:30 - Manchester City to sign Argentine prospect

Manchester City are set to complete the signing of highly-rated Argentine prospect Maximo Perrone from Velez Sarsfield.

Perrone, a 20-year-old defensive midfielder, will join up with City after representing Argentina at Sudamericano Sub-20 - the South American Youth Football Championship.

Pep Guardiola's side are currently 11/8 to win the Premier League title this season.

Tuesday 17th January

12:00 - Wolves agree deal for Spain international Pablo Sarabia

Wolves have agreed a £4.4m deal with PSG to bring Spanish international Pablo Sarabia to Molineux.

Sarabia, who has been capped 26 times by Spain, is a technically gifted attacking midfielder who will add creativity to a Wolves side who have struggled for goals in the Premier League this term.

16th-placed Wolves are currently 9/4 to be relegated from the Premier League this season.

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11:00 - Forest complete Danilo signing

Nottingham Forest have completed the signing of Brazilian midfielder Danilo from Palmeiras for £16m.

Danilo is a two-time Copa Libertadores winner, and claimed the Brazilian Serie A league title with Palmeiras last year.

Steve Cooper will be hoping Danilo can add quality to his in-form side, with Forest now 3/10 to Not Be Relegated after an upturn in fortunes in recent times.

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Monday 16th January

14:15 - Villa agree deal for Colombian striker Jhon Duran

Aston Villa have reached an agreement with Chicago Fire to bring in Colombian striker Jhon Duran on a long-term deal.

The highly-rated 19-year-old has made two senior appearances for Colombia's national team, and has scored eight goals in 28 competitive outings for Chicago Fire.

Aston Villa have enjoyed a revival since the managerial appointment of Unai Emery in October, and are now Evens to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season.

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12:00 - Bournemouth set to sign Lorient winger

Premier League strugglers Bournemouth are close to the signing of Lorient winger Dango Ouattara for a fee in the region of £20m.

The 20-year-old, capped 11 times by Burkina Faso at international level, has registered six goals and six assists in Ligue 1 this season.

Gary O'Neil's side are in desperate need of added creativity, with the Cherries currently 17th in the Premier League table.

Bournemouth are priced by bet365 at 9/4 to avoid relegation from the Premier League this term.

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10:00 - Chelsea complete sensational Mudryk swoop

Chelsea have completed a sensational £89m swoop for Ukraine international Mykhailo Mudryk from under the noses of London rivals Arsenal.

Premier League leaders Arsenal had been leading the chase for the 22-year-old's services all window before Chelsea hijacked the deal at the final hour.

Graham Potter will be hoping Mudryk's pace and direct forward play will help galvanise his side for the remainder of the Premier League season, with the Blues currently languishing in 10th place in the table.

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Friday 13th January

14:30 - Forest agree fee for in-demand Danilo

Nottingham Forest have reportedly agreed a fee of around £17.8m to sign 21-year-old Brazilian midfielder Danilo from Palmeiras.

Danilo, who helped Palmeiras win the Brazilian Serie A title last year, would join his former teammate Gustavo Scarpa as Forest's second signing of the January window should he complete a move to the City Ground. The talented midfielder has previously been linked with clubs such as Arsenal, Leeds and Monaco.

Nottingham Forest have enjoyed an upturn in form in the Premier League of late, moving out of the relegation zone, and manager Steve Cooper will be hoping his side can kick on in the second half of the season to steer the Reds to safety,

Nottingham Forest are currently Evens to be relegated from the Premier League this season.

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12:30 - Wolves close in on double signing

Wolves are closing in on the signings of Mario Lemina from Nice and Joao Gomes from Flamengo.

Ex-Southampton man Lemina will join for a fee in the region of €10m, with 21-year-old Gomes arriving from Brazil for a reported €17m.

Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui will be hoping his two new midfield talents can help galvanise his side who remain in the Premier League relegation zone in 19th place.

Wolves are currently 7/4 to be relegated from the Premier League this season.

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11:30 - Arsenal in fresh Mudryk bid

Premier League leaders Arsenal have reportedly submitted a fresh bid for Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhaylo Mudryk.

22-year-old Ukraine international Mudryk has been the Gunners' number one target since the start of the January window, as manager Mikel Arteta attempts to add some attacking firepower to his squad as Arsenal chase their first Premier League title win since 2004.

Arsenal are currently 7/4 to win the Premier League this season.

London rivals Chelsea have also been credited with an interest in Mudryk, but it appears at present that Arsenal are leading the chase for his services.

You can find out more about Mykhaylo Mudryk here

Thursday 12th January

12:30 - Leeds set for club-record Rutter signing

Leeds United are set to break their transfer record with a £35m move for Hoffenheim striker Georginio Rutter.

This transfer would surpass the £27m paid for Spanish international Rodrigo in 2020, as Jesse Marsch strives to steer 14th-placed Leeds clear from relegation trouble in the Premier League.

A France Under 21s internationalist, Rutter has scored 11 goals in 57 appearances in German football for Bundesliga side Hoffenheim.

Having been without leading striker Patrick Bamford for the majority of this campaign through injury, Leeds fans will be hoping Rutter's arrival can help provide the Whites with an added goal threat in the final third.

Leeds are currently 7/1 to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season, and are 4/1 to be relegated.

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12:00 - Delap swaps Stoke for Preston

19-year-old Manchester CIty prospect Liam Delap has cut short a loan stay at Stoke City to join up with fellow Championship side Preston until the end of the season.

Delap, an England Under 20s international, endured a difficult first half of the season at the bet365 Stadium, scoring just three goals in 23 appearances.

The youngster will be hoping for better fortunes at Preston under manager Ryan Lowe, with The Lilywhites currently in the top half of the Championship table in 10th position.

Preston are 20/1 to be promoted to the Premier League this season.

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10:30 - Manchester United close in on Weghorst

Manchester United are set to complete the loan signing of Dutch striker Wout Weghorst from Besiktas until the end of the season.

The Red Devils will reportedly pay a loan fee in the region of €3m to sign the 6ft 6in target man, who scored a sensational brace for the Netherlands in the World Cup quarter-finals against eventual winners Argentina.

Weghorst will help to plug the gap left by Cristiano Ronaldo's departure at Old Trafford this month, and provide competition for Anthony Martial in the central striking role for Erik ten Hag's side.

You can find out more about Weghorst here

Wednesday 11th January

13:00 - Joao Felix joins Chelsea

For a while it looked like Arsenal or Manchester United would be the ones securing Joao Felix's signature, but with Chelsea losing ground in the race for the top four, the Blues have moved to sign the Portuguese on loan until the end of the season.

They've been sorely lacking a creative spark - surprising considering the talent in the squad - and Felix should be a valuable asset.

Felix has been priced up at 2/5 to score five or more in the Premier League this season.

Tuesday 10th January

10:10 - Manchester United closing in on Weghorst?

It would certainly be one of the more surprising moves of the January window if it happens, but it wouldn't be totally out of line with Manchester United's recent policy of signing short-term fixes up front.

Odion Ighalo, Edinson Cavani and Cristiano Ronaldo were all signed with the immediate future in mind, and Wout Weghorst would likely be another as United look towards long-term targets in the summer.

Read all you need to know about Weghorst here.

Monday 9th January

16:15 - WATCH: Graham Hunter on Joao Felix

Spanish football expert Graham Hunter has his say on Joao Felix, with the Atletico Madrid forward primed for a loan move to the Premier League with Chelsea:

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16:10 - Joao Felix in line for Chelsea loan switch

With Arsenal seemingly at the front of the queue to sign Portugal international forward Joao Felix this month, it's their London rivals Chelsea who appear to have won the race for his signature on loan from Atletico Madrid.

The 23-year-old is expected to sign a loan deal until the end of the season with the Stamford Bridge club, who are crying out for some added creativity in the final third with the Blues currently the lowest scorers in the top half as they languish in 10th place in the table.

bet365's Steve Freeth said: “There has been a flurry of bets on Joao Felix moving to Chelsea following reports of an impending move to Stamford Bridge.

“He was cut from 10/1 to 5/1, then to 2/1, with punters still backing him at 1/2 for a move to Graham Potter’s Blues before we took the market down with a move seemingly imminent.”

Read more about Joao Felix here

15:00 Manchester United linked with shock move for Wout Weghorst

Manchester United have been rumoured to be interested in a surprise move for Burnley striker Wout Weghorst, currently on loan from the Championship club at Turkish outfit Besiktas.

Weghorst, who struck a sensational brace against Argentina for the Netherlands in the World Cup quarter-finals before his country were eventually eliminated on penalties, would offer United manager Erik ten Hag cover in attack following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Al-Nassr.

6ft 6in Weghorst could provide this Man Utd side with a different option up front, and potentially a handy alternative to Anthony Martial as the team's only recognised central striker at the moment.

Manchester United are currently 25/1 to win the Premier League title, and 1/2 to finish in the Top Four.

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13:00 - Hearts in loan swoop for Newcastle prodigy Kuol

Scottish Premiership side Hearts are close to sealing a loan deal until the end of the season for 18-year-old forward Garang Kuol from Newcastle United.

Kuol, who who appeared for Australia at the World Cup in Qatar, joined up at St James' Park from Central Coast Mariners at the start of the January transfer window.

Regarded as one of the most promising young players to have emerged from Australian football in recent times, Newcastle boss Eddie Howe will hope added first team experience at Hearts will help ready him for the physical demands of the Premier League.

Hearts are currently 8/13 to win the Scottish Premiership Outright Without Celtic & Rangers, and are 20/1 to win the Scottish Cup Outright.

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11:00 - Marseille close to Malinovskyi capture

French giants Marseille are primed to complete a move for Ukraine international Ruslan Malinovskyi from Serie A club Atalanta.

29-year-old Malinovskyi, long touted for a move to the Premier League with Spurs, has 51 caps for Ukraine who he turned out for at Euro 2020.

Malinovskyi will move to France initially on loan until the summer, before Marseille are obligated to buy him for a fee in the region of £9m plus add-ons.

Marseille manager Igor Tudor will be hoping the signing of Malinovskyi can help his side push on in the second half of the season, with his charges currently sat in third place in the Ligue 1 table behind Lens in second and PSG out in front.

Marseille are priced at 25/1 to win Ligue 1 this season, and are 5/2 to win outright Without PSG.

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Friday 6th January

17:00 - Chelsea land Brazilian youngster Andrey Santos

Graham Potter's Chelsea have continued their active January transfer window by sealing a deal for promising 18-year-old Brazilian central midfielder Andrey Santos from Vasco da Gama for an initial fee in the region of £13m which could rise to £18m with add-ons.

A Brazilian Under 20s internationalist, Santos has already made 37 senior appearances and scored eight goals for Vasco Da Gama despite his tender age. 

Chelsea's signing of Santos further highlights the club's fresh emphasis upon youth and moulding a new generation of stars, which has been driven by new American owner Todd Boehly.

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14:00 - Bayern Munich snap up Daley Blind

German giants Bayern Munich have secured the services of 32-year-old Dutch international Daley Blind on a free transfer after the utility player mutually terminated his contract with Ajax.

Blind, capped 99 times by the Netherlands, will add depth to a Bayern Munich side who remain firmly in contention for trophies on both a domestic front and in Europe.

Bayern Munich are currently second favourites at 13/2 to win this year's Champions League.

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13:00 - Manchester United complete Butland loan move

Manchester United have completed the signing of goalkeeper Jack Butland on loan until the end of the season from Crystal Palace.

Butland arrives to offer backup to United's number one David De Gea alongside Tom Heaton, following Newcastle United's decision to cut Martin Dubravka's loan period at Old Trafford short this month.

The 29-year-old has made 87 Premier League appearances, for Stoke City and Crystal Palace, and has received nine international caps for England.

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Thursday 5th January

14:30 - Chelsea confirm Badiashile signing

Chelsea have confirmed the signing of 21-year-old centre-back Benoit Badiashile from Monaco for a fee of £35m.

Capped twice by France, Badiashile has signed a seven-and-a-half year deal with the Stamford Bridge club.

Chelsea boss Graham Potter will be pleased to have added some defensive reinforcements to his squad, with the struggling Blues having kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 competitive outings.

You can find out more about Benoit Badiashile here

14:00 - Manchester United near Butland loan swoop

Manchester United are close to sealing the signing of goalkeeper Jack Butland on loan from Crystal Palace.

The 29-year-old former England international will provide backup for David De Gea alongside Tom Heaton, after Newcastle United cut Martin Dubravka's loan at Old Trafford short.

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10:00 - Chelsea move for Enzo Fernandez collapses

Chelsea's transfer talks with Benfica for 21-year-old Argentine midfielder Enzo Fernandez have broken down, with the Premier League side reportedly unwilling to match his lofty release clause.

Fernandez, who won the FIFA Young Player Award as Argentina won the World Cup in Qatar in December, is believed to have a release clause at Benfica of just over £100m.

Chelsea will now be forced to turn their attention to other targets, and it remains to be seen whether or not other clubs will be tempted into a move for Fernandez, with Liverpool, Manchester United and Real Madrid all having been credited with interest following the World Cup.

You can find out more about Enzo Fernandez here 

Wednesday 4th January

14:00 - Brentford sign Freiburg forward Kevin Schade 

Brentford have signed Germany Under 21 international Kevin Schade on loan until the end of the season, with the deal expected to be made permanent in a club record transfer in the summer.

21-year-old Schade typically operates as a right winger, but is comfortable playing all across the front. A Germany Under 21s international, Schade has scored four goals in five appearances at this age group for his country.

Ninth-placed Brentford are currently 10/11 to finish in the top half of the Premier League this season.

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12:00 - Chelsea plot Mudryk hijack

Reports suggest Chelsea could be set to launch an audacious attempt to hijack London rivals Arsenal's pursuit of Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhailo Mudryk.

Ukrainian international Mudryk, 21, caught the eye in the Champions League group stages with three goals and two assists.

Arsenal have appeared to be in pole position to bring Mudryk to boost their Premier League title push this month, but a move from Chelsea at the final hour could be set to scupper Gunners boss Mikel Arteta's plans.

You can read more about Mykhailo Mudryk here

11:00 - Chelsea remain locked in Enzo Fernandez talks

Chelsea remain in talks to sign Argentina World Cup hero Enzo Fernandez from Portuguese giants Benfica.

Discussions are ongoing between the two clubs regarding the structure of the deal, with the 21-year-old having a release clause of £106m in his contract with the Primeira Liga outfit.

Chelsea boss Graham Potter will be keen for the move to be completed as soon as possible, with the Blues currently languishing in ninth place in the Premier League as they face a fight to preserve their Champions League status ahead of next season.

Find out more about Enzo Fernandez here

Tuesday 3rd January

12:30 - Isco to Wolves latest

Spanish playmaker Isco continues to be linked with a move to Wolves after departing Sevilla last month.

The free agent is a well-known quantity to new Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui, who managed the attacking midfielder at Real Madrid, Sevilla and the Spanish national team.

With Wanderers currently toiling in 19th place in the Premier League, as the division's lowest scorers, fans of the Molineux club will be hoping Isco can arrive to provide some much needed creativity and craft in the final third to help fire the club to safety.

Wolves are currently 11/8 to be relegated from the Premier League.

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WATCH: Graham Hunter on Isco

12:00 - Newcastle in shock Cristiano Ronaldo link

Following Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Saudi club Al-Nassr, reports suggest there is a clause in his contract which could see him join Newcastle United next season should the Magpies qualify for the Champions League.

This connection has been made in light of Newcastle's Saudi ownership, with Ronaldo remaining the Champions League's all-time leading goalscorer on 140.

Could we see Ronaldo complete a sensational move to join up with Eddie Howe's charges on Tyneside next season?

Read more about Ronaldo's move to Al-Nassr here

11:30 - Chelsea close to Badiashile signing

Chelsea have reportedly agreed a £35m deal with Monaco to bring central defender Benoit Badiashile to Stamford Bridge.

Badiashile, 21, has received two senior caps for France and is viewed as a defender with huge potential.

Chelsea boss Graham Potter will be hoping Badiashile can hit the ground running should he complete a move to London, with the Blues currently languishing in ninth place in the Premier League.

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10:00 - Arsenal 4/5 to sign Joao Felix

Arsenal are in to 4/5 to sign Portuguese forward Joao Felix from Atletico Madrid before the end of the January transfer window.

The Gunners have been left light on options up front following a long-term injury suffered by Gabriel Jesus during the World Cup for Brazil.

Mikel Arteta may view the acquisition of Felix as a means of galvanising Arsenal's push for the Premier League title, with the North London club priced at 11/2 to win their next three league fixtures after going seven points clear of second-placed Manchester City with a 4-2 victory over Brighton.

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WATCH: Graham Hunter on Joao Felix

Monday 2nd January

12:00 - Top 10 January transfers

Should Enzo Fernandez make the move to Chelsea in the January window, he wouldn't just be one of the biggest winter signings in the Premier League, he'd be one of the biggest signings full stop. 

Only Jack Grealish has hit the £100m mark in the Premier League, and it's thought it would take a similar fee to bring Fernandez to Stamford Bridge.

It's not often we see such marquee signings made in the winter, with only one of the Premier League's most expensive 20 players - Virgil van Dijk - arriving in January, but we've taken a look at the Top 10 January signings.

10:50 - Chelsea into 1/5 to sign Fernandez

Having opened at 1/1 favourites, Chelsea are now as short as 1/5 to bring Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez to Stamford Bridge in January.

bet365's Steve Freeth said: "It's been one-way traffic for Enzo Fernandez to be a Chelsea player in the not too distant future.

"From Evens, to 4/6, to 1/3 and now 1/5 to help Chelsea in their quest to climb back up the table after a disappointing couple of months for the West London club."

Read about Enzo Fernandez's future here.

10:40 - Arsenal now odds-on for Felix

bet365's Steve Freeth said: "Arsenal backers have been out in force with his price shortening from 4/1, 5/2, 7/4, 11/10 and now trading at odds-on to be at the Emirates after the January transfer window.

"It looks like the relationship between him and Diego Simeone has broken down and one or the other won’t be at the Estadio Metropolitano come the beginning of February. At the moment, a number of people seem to think he’ll be bringing his qualities to the current runaway leaders of the Premier League."

Read about where Felix might end up here.

10:00 - Arsenal into 11/10 to sign Joao Felix

Manchester United appeared best placed to sign Joao Felix in January, opening at 6/4 having lost Cristiano Ronaldo in December, but Erik ten Hag has warned that any incomings need to tick all the boxes. 

As such, the Red Devils may pass up on Felix, be it due to the finances involved in any loan deal, with Atletico Madrid reportedly demanding in excess of £10m for a short-term deal, or due to Felix not fitting the desired profile. 

There are suggestions Arsenal may look to strengthen following the injury to Gabriel Jesus, enhanced by Real Madrid's rumoured interest in bringing Martin Odegaard back to the Bernabeu.

The Gunners are now into 11/10 to sign Felix in the January window.

09:00 - Chelsea 1/3 to sign Enzo Fernandez

Chelsea's disappointing 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest saw them cast further adrift in the top-four race and it may spur them into action in the January window.

Reports suggest that the Blues will continue to push for Enzo Fernandez and that the player is angling for a move to West London, though it remains to be seen whether his €120m release clause will prove a stumbling block.

After opening at 1/1, Chelsea are now 1/3 to sign the FIFA Young Player Award winner.

Enzo Fernandez Club on 03/02/2023 odds.

Friday 30th December

16:45 - All you need to know about Joao Felix

The arrival of Joao Felix on these shores in January - even if only on loan - would perhaps be the highest-profile move of the window.

In 2019, his move to Atletico Madrid made him the world's fourth most expensive player and the world's second most expensive teenager, but it's fair to say he's never quite lived up to expectations.

He appeared to finally be finding his feet at the beginning of the year, and despite making just 13 La Liga starts, was named in the Team of the Year and was Atletico Madrid's Player of the Year.

But the relationship between player and manager appears to have soured, with Felix eyeing the exit door.

Read all you need to know about the Portugal star.

14:20 - Man Utd 6/4 to sign Joao Felix

It's somewhat unusual - and refreshing - to hear a manager publicly come out and state their intentions around transfers, but it doesn't necessarily make it any more likely that Erik ten Hag will get the striker he's after.

The departure of Cristiano Ronaldo leaves Anthony Martial leading the line, and his fitness issues in recent years won't give the Dutchman all that much confidence he can score the goals that will propel Manchester United back to the Champions League.

Joao Felix looks like the most likely arrival at Old Trafford in January, and we take a look at where else he may end up.

12:50 - Enzo Fernandez 1/1 to join Chelsea

The winner of the FIFA Young Player Award at the World Cup has become one of Europe's hottest properties, and appears to be in-demand ahead of the January transfer window opening.

Chelsea are 1/1 favourites to secure Enzo Fernandez's signature in January with Benfica 7/4 to keep hold of the starlet beyond the window.

Read where Fernandez may end up here.

Thursday 29th December:

14:25 - Matheus Cunha 8/13 to score five or more

Wolves, the lowest scorers in the Premier League, moved to strengthen their attacking options with Diego Costa failing to find the net so far in his seven appearances at Molineux.

Matheus Cunha, who new manager Julen Lopetegui should be familiar with from their times in Spain with Atletico Madrid and Sevilla respectively, has been priced up at 8/13 to score five or more in the Premier League this season.

12:45 - Cody Gakpo 7/4 to score 10 or more

Having snatched a target from under the noses of Manchester United, Liverpool will be hopeful that Cody Gakpo can make a similar impact to Luis Diaz last season.

The Colombian forced his way into the starting XI, even prompting Sadio Mane to spend much of the second half of the season up front, and with Diaz injured, Gakpo will have an immediate chance to impress.

The Ajax man scored nine goals in 14 Eredivisie games this season, with three more at the World Cup, and is 7/4 to score 10 or more between now and the end of the season.

Wednesday 28th December:

12:30 - Enzo Fernandez attracts Premier League interest

Following an outstanding World Cup campaign with Argentina, Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez is reportedly on the radar of some of Europe's top clubs.

A move to the English Premier League has been strongly mooted, with Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea the most heavily linked, whilst Spanish giants Real Madrid have also been credited with interest.

Read more about Enzo Fernandez here

Tuesday 27th December:

12:40 - Wolves sign Matheus Cunha

Having moved to sign free agent Diego Costa before the World Cup, Wolves have bolstered their attacking options further with the signing of Matheus Cunha from Atletico Madrid.

With Manchester United keen to sign a striker in the summer, Cunha’s name was one linked, but it’s Wolves who’ve pounced with an initial loan until the end of the season, before a £35m permanent move in the summer.

Read more about Wolves’ new signing here.

11:45 - Liverpool to sign Cody Gakpo

In what will surely be one of the biggest shocks of the January transfer window, Liverpool moved to sign Cody Gakpo from PSV on Monday night.

The Dutch international had been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford to join compatriot Erik ten Hag, but Liverpool have got there first, with a £37m fee agreed.

Read more about the Reds’ new signing here.

11:00 - Isco to Wolves?

Premier League strugglers Wolves have been linked with a sensational move for Isco following his departure from Sevilla, though reports suggest they may face competition from Juventus.

30-year-old Isco, a five-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid, is a familiar player to new Wolves boss Julen Lopetegui who managed him previously whilst in charge of both Real Madrid and Sevilla.

Wolves supporters will be hoping Isco's creativity and class can help steer the Molineux side up the table after a dismal start to their Premier League season, with the Midlands club the lowest scorers in the division thus far.

A closer look at Wolves target Isco
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