Premier League Predict the potential big transfer deals second January

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Premier League Predict the potential big transfer deals second January.

Wut Wakehorst 30 the Dutch international for Burnley. Who is on loan at Besiktas. Is the number one Target for Manchester United under Ten Hag on the January market.Premier League With the latest reports from many media outlets in the same direction that the Red Devils are close to closing the deal for Wake Horst under a loan deal after a binding contract between him and Be. Siktas has cancell.

Football transfer deal Major moves on the January 2023 market

Mickhilo Mudrik ‘Neymar Ukraine’, the 22-year-old attacking winger from Shakhtar Donetsk, has link with a move to Arsenal. For a long time and is Mikel Arteta’s number one target Premier League in this round of the market. With the player himself showing an undisguised attitude to move to the big guns. Even reportedly accepting personal terms with the gunners. It is only left negotiate between Arsenal. And Shakhtar by the agency of Mudric has reject the first two offers. the gunners Previously. Which they did not give up, filed a 3rd deal. Which is expect to worth up to 78-80 million euros.

Enzo Fernandez, a 21-year-old midfielder under Benfica, who made a name for himself in the 2022 World Cup tournament, led the Argentina national team to win the World Cup, becoming a favorite in the winter market amid the eyes of big teams. Throughout Europe, with Chelsea being the favorite team. And showing signs of wanting him to join the army seriously Under a £106 million release clause. Benfica manager Roger Schmidt’s latest revelation (January 11) suggests. That the possibility has complete and that Fernandez will

Brighton’s 21-year-old Ecuador international Moises Caicedo is name as Chelsea’s second-choice alternative with former manager Graham Potter . The Seagull Army takes over the reins, with Liverpool closely monitoring the situation as well.

Georginio Rutte, a 20-year-old French striker at Hoffenheim, is on track to become the most expensive player in Leeds United history at around £35.5m, beating the previous record held by Yung. Gold paid £27m to Valencia in 2019. Becomes Jesse March second signing in the transfer window.