As the January 2024 transfer window approaches, there's significant buzz around potential moves involving Premier League players. Here's an overview of ten Premier League players who could be on the move.
Donny van de Beek (Manchester United)
Van de Beek's career at Manchester United hasn't gone as expected. Eintracht Frankfurt is leading the race to sign him on loan.
Jadon Sancho (Manchester United)
Sancho has been frozen out at Man Utd after a public disagreement with manager Erik ten Hag. Juventus and other clubs have shown interest in him.
Joao Palhinha (Fulham)
Palhinha almost moved to Bayern Munich in the summer. Despite a new contract at Fulham, Bayern Munich and Arsenal are interested in him.
Thomas Partey (Arsenal)
A key player for Arsenal, there's significant interest from abroad, including Juventus, although Arsenal is unlikely to sell without a replacement lined up.
Emile Smith Rowe (Arsenal)
Falling out of favour at Arsenal, Smith Rowe has garnered interest from Aston Villa, and a move could be on the cards if a suitable offer is made.
Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal)
With Arsenal's desire to sign a top striker, Nketiah might be offloaded. Several top players are being considered as his replacement.
Aaron Ramsdale (Arsenal)
With David Raya taking over as first-choice goalkeeper, Ramsdale might consider a move to ensure his place in England’s Euro 2024 squad.
Trevoh Chalobah (Chelsea)
Chalobah is expected to leave Chelsea in January, with a move not materializing in the summer.
Ian Maatsen (Chelsea)
Maatsen hasn’t been in favour under manager Mauricio Pochettino and could move to a new club, with Barcelona showing interest.
Ivan Toney (Brentford)
Toney, who is facing a ban for betting breaches, has attracted interest from several top clubs, including Chelsea and Arsenal.
In terms of completed deals, Brighton has signed Adrian Mazilu from Farul Constanta for €3 million, the first confirmed transfer of January 2024, as per Football Transfers
Overall, the January transfer window is a time for clubs to react to the first half of the season, fill gaps due to injuries, and improve their standings.
It's expected to be busier this year due to the upcoming European Championships, with players seeking moves to gain more playing time and impress international managers.