Football clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United need to make some signings during the January transfer window. This will enable them to compete for the English Premier League title next year. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has already bought so many players since he was appointed as the coach of Manchester United. Thomas Tuchel has only signed three players since he took over at Stamford Bridge. Below are four transfer deals that should be agreed during the January transfer window.
1. Marco Verratti to Man United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer really needs to sign a good defensive midfielder during the January transfer window. The likes of Fred and Scott McTominay have performed poorly this season. Solskjaer should quickly agree a deal to sign Marco Verratti from PSG. The Italian star would be a good partner for Paul Pogba. This is because he has the qualities that Pogba does not. For instance, Marco Verratti is good at tackling while Paul Pogba is really not.
2. Wilfred Ndidi to Chelsea
Thomas Tuchel should think about the possibility of signing another defensive midfielder in January. This is mainly due to the fact that Saul Niguez has failed to perform well so far. Tuchel should sign a player who already has experience in the English Premier League. Wilfred Ndidi would be a perfect fit for Chelsea. This is because he would complement Jorginho's lack of speed.
3. Sergio Aguero to Manchester City
The Argentine international left Manchester City during the European transfer window. However, he has not made any appearance for Barcelona this season. He should go back to Manchester City in January. This is because Pep Guardiola does not have a lethal striker in his team.
4. Jesse Lingard to West Ham United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to keep Jesse Lingard at Old Trafford this season. However, the English midfielder has not played many matches in the league this season. He should be allowed to go back to West Ham United in January. This is because he will play regularly at West Ham United.
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