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The clock is ticking for clubs everywhere , with just over two weeks remaining of the January transfer window.
There could be some major deals struck in the Premier League, with Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur both eyeing potential deals to boost their seasons.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are on the hunt for reinforcements after their transfer ban was shortened and have been linked to some big name players, including Thomas Lemar and Wilfried Zaha.
New West Ham manager David Moyes will also want to add to his squad to avoid any relegation worries.
Which big name players from across Europe will be switching clubs by February? Will Jadon Sancho finally get his move from Borussia Dortmund?
And what of Christian Eriksen and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who have both been linked with north London exits.
We’ll soon find out all the answers to those questions, but meanwhile stick with us for all the latest gossip and live updates from the second week of the transfer window.
Christensen ‘happy at Chelsea’
AC Milan are said to be interested in Chelsea center- back Andreas Christensen.
However,BTin Denmark state that the defender is happy at Stamford Bridge, and is expected to stay in January.
Christensen missed games against Southampton and Spurs over the festive period, but that is said to be down to illness, with Lampard apparently wanting to use the center-back from the start in both games.
Cutrone agrees Wolves exit
Patrick Cutrone has agreed a deal to leave Wolves, just six months after joining the club.
The Italian striker left AC Milan for the Premier League, but is now set to move back to Serie A with Fiorentina after starting just two league matches since the summer.
Cutrone has apparently agreed terms on an – – month loan worth € 2m, with an obligation to buy for € m according to the journalist
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