Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United are interested in Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz, while Italian club could bring in Tottenham flop Tanguy Ndombele
- The January transfer window is now open and active for Premier League sides
- Clubs will have until 11pm on Monday, January 31 to complete their signings
- READ: Manchester United are reportedly leading the race to sign Fabian Ruiz
- READ: Atletico Madrid want to replace Kieran Trippier with Diogo Dalot
The January window is now open for business in the Premier League and around Europe, with clubs looking to add to their squads as we go into the second half of the campaign.
The window will typically open on January 1 for Premier League clubs, which is also the case in Scotland, Germany and France, while those in Italy and Spain had to wait until January 3 to make any signings.
A number of players have been linked with players already – with all eyes on Newcastle to see what business they will do under their new Saudi owners. Sportsmail’s WILL GRIFFEE will keep you up-to-date.
Europe’s elite are circling for Antonio Rudiger and he knows it. Chelsea are not in a strong bargaining position but are preparing to up their offer to persuade the German to stay at Stamford Bridge.
One big man out, another in? Andy Carroll has been superb for Reading in what is looking like it could be an Indian summer to his career, could he haunt Newcastle by firing Burnley to safety if he joins?
There’s only one man Arsenal fans are interested in signing at the moment and his performances are doing their negotiating team no favours. He scored yet another goal last night in a 5-2 win over Napoli
The Magpies have been busy as expected and have their eyes on shiny new things, the Botman deal is not dead yet and Diego Carlos is still an option.
The Albanian has been thriving and Chelsea could keep him as a deputy to Lukaku, but Saints will test the waters.
Rangnick played Dalot in a few games when he first game in so it will be interesting to see if United are willing to let the full-back depart.
Ndombele almost definitely does not have a future at the club. The trouble is, he is on a massive wage and Spurs splashed the cash to get him. Recent performances have typified his shortcomings and it seems he simply does not work hard enough to play in a Conte. Napoli, however, appear to be interested.
What a write-off month January would be without the transfer window eh? Stay tuned today for all the latest departures, additions and rumours throughout the day…
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