In this ongoing transfer window, we expect some big clubs to be the first club to make signings.
Clubs like Barcelona, and Liverpool need new signings to strengthen up their squad.
Barcelona sold out their key players during the summer transfer window with their goal machine Luis Suarez released to rivals Athletico Madrid without making perfect replacement.
The Catalan coach Ronald keoman hope of using young star including Ansu fati was dealt with a major blow as the young starlet was rule out for four months last year. Coutinho too has been prone to injury since his return from Bayern Munich.
Liverpool started the season with the addition of two star players Thiago Alcatara and Diogo Jota.
With the signings, Liverpool boss was dealt with a major blow as he saw his players resting in injury department.
Liverpool defensive coordinator Van Dijk has been on a long absence due to injury along side new signings Diogo Jota with other key players.
The two clubs Barcelona and Liverpool should have been the first club to make transfer signing but they kept on monitoring the transfer market.
So today Wednesday being the 13th day of January month, here are some major transfer headlines across Europe top five league and other important updates.
CHELSEA TARGET NAPOLI STAR
Chelsea have reportedly identified Lazio youngster Raul Moro as a potential transfer target.
La Lazio Siamo Noi claims that the Premier League outfit are monitoring Moro's situation at Stadio Olimpico.
Taking to Instagram, Tottenham Hotspur youngster Jubril Okedina has confirmed that he has joined EFL League Two outfit Cambridge United on loan for the rest of the season.
BARCELONA TARGET AGUERO
Spanish club Barcelona are weighing up a move for Manchester City’s striker Sergio Aguero.
The 32-year-old Argentine has six months left on his current deal, meaning he can now strike a pre-contract deal with any club in a foreign league. He has not yet been offered a new contract by City.
MANCHESTER UNITED INTERESTED IN KOULIBALY ONCE AGAIN.
Manchester United are interested in signing Napoli defender Koulibally again.
According to transfer specialist Jim White, Napoli will not let their star player leave this month unless the Red Devils splash a mammoth fee of £100million.
ARSENAL DROP INTEREST IN EMI BUENDIA
Despite having tracked him for most of the last year if not longer, it is now being reported in the press today that Premier League side Arsenal are no longer interested in making the signing of attacker Emi Buendia from Norwich City.
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