The January transfer window is only heating up, with teams identifying gaps in the team and needs based on their positions at the table.
Europe’s top clubs, including Barcelona, Manchester United, Arsenal, PSG, Real Madrid, Juventus and more, could be looking for reinforcements this winter. Other clubs with new purchasing power, such as Newcastle, are expected to be heavily involved, while Celtic, Napoli, Roma, Tottenham and Marseille are also looking to improve the available equipment.
The clubs with the greatest needs and the highest spending capacity have been identified, and with that in mind, rumors have started to run rampant. Whether it’s permanent transfers, loan agreements, no-contract players, or anything else, we’ve got you covered from open window to closed window.
Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United
According to Spanish publication Sport Cristiano has commissioned his agent Jorge Mendes to organize an exit from Manchester United. This would be great news if the Portuguese superstar wasn’t happy with the Red Devils, having just joined last summer.
Ajax makes play for Tottenham’s Bergwijn
: According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham have decided to sell Steven Bergwijn this winter, and Dutch Ajax seem to be the most interested party. Dutch journalists are also confirming the story.
Ajax has already submitted an official offer for Steven Bergwijn, as revealed yesterday. There is still no agreement with Tottenham on the final rate / price. ???????????? #Ajax
Antonio Conte is ready to let Bergwijn go in January and Daniel Levy will back him up. ⤵️ #THFC https://t.co/bXKy1KKdiq
– Fabricio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 10, 2022
Tottenham want Adama Traoré
: It seems that rumors that Adama Traore is leaving the Wolves could lead him to Tottenham Hotspur with Antonio Conte.
Juventus may be forced to seek help in the market
Bad news for Federico Chiesa, although except for complications he should return for the World Cup
The examination at J Medical reveals that Federico Chiesa has torn his anterior cruciate ligament. Big blow for Juve and Italy before the World Cup play-off
—James Horncastle (@JamesHorncastle) January 10, 2022
Aston Villa in pole position for Digne?
Depending on who you believe, Aston Villa is either for Lucas Digne or is having second thoughts.
Lucas Digne is close to signing for Aston Villa from Everton. Villa is willing to sign Digne permanently, while Chelsea offered a loan deal. Digne is understood to be excited by Villa’s ambition under Steven Gerrard. #efc #avfc
—David Anderson (@MirrorAnderson) January 10, 2022
Lucas Digne from Everton to Villa not as advanced as has been suggested. Villa is interested and Steven Gerrard is a fan, but no offers have been submitted yet and Digne’s salary could still be a problem. A lot on Villa’s radar, but it’s not a done deal at any stage yet.
—Phil McNulty (@philmcnulty) January 10, 2022
Atlético de Madrid’s offer for the Denmark national team player
Danish national team player Daniel Wass will not re-sign with Valencia before his contract ends in the summer and Atlético de Madrid has made a modest offer of $ 2.3 million to take him out of Valencia’s hands. in january.
Barcelona expands Umtiti, signs Ferran Torres
Barcelona announces that a reworking of Umtiti’s contract, spreading his salary over a longer period (until June 2026) will allow the club to register the recent signing of Ferran Torres.
Marseille, Napoli talking to Kolasinac from Arsenal
The rarely used left-back Sead Kolasinac is a wanted man, but he might not be until the summer, according to this report. Kolasinac was nothing more than a late substitute in the FA Cup loss to Nottingham Forest, confirming his lowest position in the Gunneres depth chart.
???? | Marseille is in talks with Sead Kolasinac about a free transfer from Arsenal in the summer
???? It is also said that Naples is interested in signing the defender pic.twitter.com/qWjWDGPNgp
– Soccer Diary (@footballdaily) January 10, 2022
Celtic makes a move for rising Iranian star
This report claims that the UAE club Shabab Al Ahli rejected Celtic’s offer for Mehdi Ghayedi, but they have not yet given up.
Shabab Al Ahli has rejected an official offer of #Celtic for Mehdi Ghayedi. The UAE side does not want to sell the Iranian forward in January, however Celtic is determined to sign the young talent, so they plan to offer a new offer for the 23-year-old. pic.twitter.com/uMobdxV5A4
– Hatam Shiralizadeh (@ hatam_daddy1980) January 10, 2022
Celtic works to sign a young man in a permanent agreement
According to transfer journalist Ekrem Konur, Celtic is working to sign 22-year-old Jota to a permanent agreement. Jota has been with Celtic on loan from Porto since the summer, and with eight goals and six assists in all competitions, he has enjoyed life with the Scottish giants.