With the January transfer fast approaching, some top footballers want to leave their current club for another club for one reason or the other. Below is a list of players that might leave their current clubs when the January transfer window opens.
1: Raheem Sterling: Due to the arrival of Jack Grealish, Raheem Sterling finds it uncomfortable staying at Manchester City due to the lesser playing time he gets under Pep Guardiola.Arsenal is in talks to sign the England winger in the January transfer window.
2: Antonio Rudiger: Chelsea Antonio Rudiger has been reluctant to sign a contract extension in Chelsea despite the maximum playing time he gets under Thomas Tuchel.The German international demands for an increase in wages in which the Chelsea board is still negotiating with him. Top teams like Real Madrid and PSG are in talks to bring the 28-year-old to their club by the next transfer window on a free transfer which might be a big problem for Chelsea if they don't meet his demands.
3. Harry Kane: The Tottenham striker is no longer happy with the fact that Tottenham has not been able to win any trophy since he signed with the club.The England international has shown that he wants to leave the club in the summer transfer window but was not able to. Manchester City wanted to sign the striker but due to the arrival of the €100 million Grealish from Aston Villa, they(Man City) cannot meet up with Tottenham's demands to sign the 28-year-old.
4. Bernardo Silva: The Portuguese player declared his interest in wanting to leave Manchester City in the summer transfer.Arsenal was heavily linked with signing the player from Man City. Pep started giving Bernardo enough playing time this season but Pep announced that Bernardo might still leave the club by January, that all he wants was for Bernardo to be happy.You can leave your thoughts about this in the comment section.
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