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Certain moves in January, the list to watch as your club goes in the transfer market, our prediction so far

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Newcastle could do as many as 10 new signings in January if they are successful in their bids for new recruits. Several Man Utd players are seen as targets so is Everton left back Lucas Digne. Man Utd on the other hand could be next for Erling-Braut Haaland.

Man City looks certain to let Ferran Torres leave with a deal approved by the player but according to Fabrizio Romano not yet agreed with the buying club FC Barcelona.

Man Utd could see their chance to recruit new players and don’t be surprised if a number of departures will be seeing also players coming in with a certain Erling Braut Haaland entering the doors at Old Trafford.

Newcastle will test everything possible in January and a number of loan moves could be their option short term to try to stop the rot and manage an escape from relegation.

Matthijs de Ligt can leave Juventus with Chelsea seen as the first runner in the chase. The 22 year old is yet to be seen as a big hit and possibly Premier League will be a better match.

Aston Villa looks as the first chaser in the race for Joe Gomez as the centre back looks to be a bit away from a certain first team spot at Anfield. Not a surprise that Steven Gerrard is favorite to land the England international.

Man Utd goalkeeper Dean Henderson is set to leave the club in January with Ajax seen as the most likely destination. This might be a great move for the England international getting regular first team football both domestic and in Europe.

Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic is one of the most sought out players in Europe at the moment and a move to Premier League would not surprise anyone. Everton, Newcastle and Arsenal are all running wild to get his signature.

Antonio Rudiger looks certain to leave Chelsea in the summer with Real Madrid and Barcelona both clubs that would fight for his signature. The deal will be very lucrative for Rudiger who might be doing grand business as he decides on his next step in football.

Christian Eriksen is working his way back to the game but will not be playing for his current club Inter with no clearance from the Serie A to play on with his heart condition, but certain leagues and also Premier League has no rules counting him out using a heart starting device. Ajax and Newcastle are said to be interested with a number of clubs also listening in.

Everton are close to agreeing a deal for Aaron Ramsey as the former Arsenal midfielder has set his mind on a return to Premier League action.

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