Despite the previous busy summer transfer market, it has become evident that many clubs need to sign new players in the January transfer window.
Here are 4 Deals that could be completed in January transfer window:
1. Mbappe to Real Madrid
Obviously, I will start with Kylian Mbappe. No one could have predicted that he would ever become a free agent, but here we are. His transfer was expected to shock the market, but nothing can be predicted in sport.
His contract is set to expire in 2022, and he might sign a pre-deal in January. There have been no initiatives from PSG or Kylian, implying a longer stay in Paris.
Vinicius’ pace and newly improved clinical prowess, mixed with the Benzema-Mbappe combination, is something to be thrilled about.
2. Haaland to Chelsea
Despite the fact that Thomas Tuchel has already brought Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan during the previous summer transfer window, a move for another striker cannot be ruled out.
According to statistics, the Belgium international has now gone five games without scoring. In order to win the English Premier League, the German tactician will need another prolific attacker. On that note, he could make a January move for Erling Haaland.
3. Declan Rice to Manchester United
United has identified Rice as a specific goal, and the club has already discussed the structure for bringing the England international to Old Trafford.
As a result, it’s no surprise that the West Ham United player has been linked with a move to the Theatre of Dreams.
Rice has improved dramatically at the London Stadium over the last two years and is widely regarded as one of the best midfielders in the Premier League, particularly in terms of his role.
Rice has been identified as a top target for United, but he is expected to command an astronomically high fee, making a deal in January very difficult.
5. Cavani to Barcelona
Cavani’s tenure at Manchester United has been hampered by Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival, and with his contract expiring at the end of the season, the veteran striker will be available in the summer.
That may suit Barca, as they can strengthen their front line, which has been plagued by injuries, without committing to any long-term, contracts.
Cavani is the preferred option for Barca ahead of the January transfer window, according to Daily Star.
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