This year's European summer transfer window closed on the 31st of August as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, and other talented footballers who played for different top European clubs, moved to a new club after an agreed fee was paid for their services.
In January, another European transfer window will open, and top European clubs who missed signing new players in the summer transfer window will be out to sign different football star players. The article states seven-star players who might switch to a different club during the January transfer window.
Based on multiple reports, current form and stats here are the football star players who might complete a switch to a different top European club in January.
The Borussia Dortmund's star player who has been impressive since debuting for the German club might complete a move out of the German Bundesliga in January. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are the likely team to get hold of Erling Haaland.
2. Lorenzo Insigne - From Napoli to Arsenal or Chelsea.
Based on multiple reports and rumors, Napoli and Italy's talisman Lorenzo Insigne might complete a move to either of these two top clubs in London (Chelsea or Arsenal) in the January transfer window.
3. Paul Pogba - from Manchester United to FC Barcelona.
Despite winning the Nation's league trophy, Paul Pogba is still unable to lift a major trophy since the departure of Jose Mourinho from Manchester United.
The France international might see a move out of Manchester as FC Barcelona are keen on bringing him to the Camp Nou as a replacement for Lionel Messi.
4. Divock Okoth Origi - from Liverpool FC to FC Barcelona.
The Liverpool talisman, Origi who was among the heroes to win the 2019 Uefa Champions League for Liverpool with his brilliant goal against FC Barcelona in the semis.
Origi might see a move out of the English top-flight football as FC Barcelona are keen on bringing him to the Camp Nou stadium in January.
5. Donny van de Beek - From Manchester United to Italian Seria A giants Juventus.
Since arrival at Manchester United, Van Da Beek has enjoyed more time on the bench than in the field during match days.
The Dutch international who arrived at Manchester United after being nominated for the FIFA Ballon d'Or awards in 2019, might see a move out of the English top-flight football as Italian Seria A giants Juventus are keen on bringing him to Turin.
6. Chelsea and Real Madrid might complete a swap deal of Reece James and Eden Hazard.
Chelsea might settle for a swap deal to bring Eden Hazard back to Stamford Bridge where he made his mark as a world-class player.
According to reports, Chelsea is willing to offer England international Reece James for Eden Hazard's return in January.
7. Manchester City and FC Barcelona might complete a swap deal for Raheem Sterling and Ousman Dembele.
Raheem Sterling who has failed to impress Pep Guardiola in recent games might see himself moving to FC Barcelona in January as Manchester City is willing to accept a swap deal for the England international in the January transfer window.
Based on reports, Ousman Dembele is likely to join Manchester City in January for a swap deal.
Which of these players do you think will help build their new clubs?
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