The January transfer window is on with teams looking to add a few faces to boost their sides ahead of a grueling second half of the season.
Futaa takes a look at some of the headlines making the rounds ahead of this busy month of spending.
Done deals 💰📝
- Arsenal defender Dinos Mavropanos joins Bundesliga 2 side FC Nuremberg on loan for the remainder of the season. (Source Futaa).
- Aston Villa has announced the signing of Pepe Reina on loan from AC Milan until the end of the season. (Source Futaa).
- Norwegian youngster Bryan Fiabema has joined Premier League side, Chelsea, from Tromso. (Source Futaa).
- Quique Setien has been appointed the new manager of Barcelona. (Source BBC).
- Everton have signed defender Jarrad Branthwaite from Carlisle on a two-and-a-half-year deal. (Source Royalbluemersey).
- Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has completed his loan move to AC Milan for the rest of the season. (Source Foxsportsasia).
- Norwich have signed midfielder Lukas Rupp from Hoffenheim(Source BBC).
- Leicester’s George Thomas has joined ADO Den Haag on loan until the end of the season. (Source Leicester).
Latest transfer rumours doing the rounds 📰
- Real Madrid are interested in signing RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner. (Source Daily Mail).
- Bayern Munich enter race for Barcelona defender Nélson Semedo. (Source Futaa).
- Chelsea makes an initial inquiry for Brighton defender Lewis Dunk. (Source Futaa).
- LA Galaxy are in talks to sign ex-Manchester United and West Ham striker Javier Hernandez. (Source Sky Sports).
- Atletico Madrid have decided Arsenal and France forward Alexandre Lacazette is their top target should they fail to sign Paris St-Germain's Uruguayan forward Edinson Cavani. (Source Futaa).
- Manchester United on red alert as Thomas Muller hints that he may leave Bayern Munich. (Source Express).
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