Transfer deadline deals 2020

Transfer deadline deals 2020

Transfer deadline deals 2020

The countdown to transfer deadline day seems to be filling most fans with anxiety rather than excitement. Business has generally been slow across Europe's top leagues, but now it will kick into gear—especially in England. There is a sense of dread among supporters of big clubs that they are not going to get the pick-me-up they need As the Bruno Fernandes saga rolls on, a short-term fix is needed in attack, and the club have been filtering through options over the past week to fill the void left by Marcus Rashford's back injury. The links may have surprised some fans, but this is where United are at right now.

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The countdown to transfer deadline day seems to be filling most fans with anxiety rather than excitement. Business has generally been slow across Europe's top leagues, but now it will kick into gear—especially in England. There is a sense of dread among supporters of big clubs that they are not going to get the pick-me-up they need As the Bruno Fernandes saga rolls on, a short-term fix is needed in attack, and the club have been filtering through options over the past week to fill the void left by Marcus Rashford's back injury.

The links may have surprised some fans, but this is where United are at right now. They are having to look into every possible option because it's hard to find suitable quick-fixes at decent fees. Edinson Cavani is a more mouthwatering proposition, but Atletico Madrid's intent to sign him is a major sticking point. Sources say there is a very small chance he could join United on loan and then move to Atleti permanently in the summer, but deals like that are rare.

United will probably make one signing before the window closes, but it is the summer that is being marked as a defining point in this regime. If they can land top targets Jadon Sancho and James Maddison later in the year, the current frustration may be forgotten. The player has been in England and looked set to sign on the dotted line, but the fine details of his contract have caused some concern for the Premier League club. The Gunners had seen technical director Edu orchestrate this entire deal and had a vision of Mari helping Mikel Arteta's defensive problems.

Yet sources in South America suggest Arsenal fans should not be too disappointed if this transfer does completely collapse as there are serious doubts over whether he is the right man for them. One questioned his ability to step straight into the pace of the Premier League, and another highlighted the fact he could be too slow. Piatek and Suso are up for grabs as the club continues to move on from a disappointing start to this season.

Suso is set for a move to Sevilla, where director of football Monchi has lined him up on a deal that will see him move on loan now and then sign permanently in the summer. They hope Spurs will return with a more reasonable offer, after lowballing them recently. Chelsea have had a look at Piatek but feel they can probably get through the season without him—so would need a good deal to crop up in order to make it worthwhile.

The struggle to sign a Harry Kane back-up will eventually be solved—but Spurs are searching far and wide to find a deal that represents good value. The problem with a Piatek deal has been that Tottenham were unwilling to sign the player on loan unless they had the option to send him back if things did not go well—now that Milan are willing to rethink that structure we could see new talks open. An early deal for forward Erling Haaland is already paying off for Lucien Favre's men, and now the Bundesliga title-chasers want to add some guile and steel to their midfield.

Juve are willing to show flexibility, but the player himself is likely to determine what happens next, as personal terms will be difficult. This is a club you can always rely on to provide some transfer entertainment—and links to Dimitri Payet show just how desperate things are getting. The Marseille midfielder is very unlikely to return, but there is another fun figure who could turn up at the London Stadium The Hammers are in danger of being relegated, and manager David Moyes wants to team up with Fellaini again to help steady the ship—but the board are very sceptical of the idea.

Fans are starting to protest about the way the club is run, and this week will determine just how hostile things become. A new forward and midfielder are crucial if the club are to avoid further upset of the support. New episodes every Wednesday. Subscribe here.

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The January transfer window can often go down as a bit of a damp squib as the big clubs, perennially linked with a plethora of moves, sit tight and wait for the summer when they feel they can negotiate better deals for better players. However, a couple of struggling giants in Arsenal and Manchester United and the lifting of Chelsea 's transfer ban has turbo-charged the market with all three managers keen to strengthen their squads in the mid-season window. Premier League clubs might have finally learned their lesson. There you have it.

Our team will bring you all the latest on the final day of the transfer window, with Shrewsbury Town and Wolves potentially doing deals!

Deadline day has arrived for the January transfer window as Premier League clubs have their last chance to make any signings for the second-half of the season. Edinson Cavani top left has an array of European giants after him but could a move to the MLS catch them out? Meanwhile, Tottenham refuse to rule out a return for Gareth Bale top right while Chelsea's scramble for a striker could see them bring in Dries Mertens bottom left from Napoli. Their London rivals Arsenal are looking to flesh out their defensive options and that could see Southampton and Portugal right-back Cedric Soares join Mikel Arteta's rebuild. Follow the news LIVE right here.

Final Transfer Deadline Day Round-Up

Check below for a comprehensive list of all the Premier League ins and outs from the January transfer window, which opened on January 1 and closes on January Cedric Soares - Southampton, loan. Eddie Nketiah - Leeds United, recalled from loan. Pablo Mari - Flamengo, loan plus option to buy. Emile Smith-Rowe - Huddersfield, loan. Danny Drinkwater - Chelsea, loan.

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