There have been speculations regarding the winter transfer window in January.
However, there would likely be the 5 biggest transfers in the January transfer window.
The upcoming transfer may witness Alexandre Lacazette leaving Arsenal to Inter Milan. He hasn't had much playing time since the arrival of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang especially during Mikel Arteta's reign as Gunners coach.
Inter Milan could willingly go for him as a backup to their current strikers.
However, Donny van de Beek could force a move away from Old Trafford and join another English Premier League side.
It is speculated that Everton could be his next destination as they could come for him and Manchester United would be forced to sell if the player is willing to leave.
3. Philippe Coutinho to Newcastle United.
The last time Philippe Coutinho was in the English Premier League, he was tearing it up for Liverpool and that's when FC Barcelona came knocking for his services.
However, he has fallen down the parking order at FC Barcelona and could force a move out of the club.
With the new owners of Newcastle United looking to rebuild their squad, it would be more likely they will be making Philippe Coutinho their primary target for the January transfer.
4. Anthony Martial to Newcastle United.
With the likes of Edinson Cavani, Cristiano Ronaldo, Mason Greenwood ahead of him in terms of parking order, Martial could force a move out of the club to Newcastle United.
He hasn't lived up to expectations since his time at Manchester United. Remember, he had a Ballon d'Or clause attached to his contract when he initially signed for Manchester United.
This move to Newcastle United could help him revitalise his form again and get back on track.
5. Eden Hazard to Chelsea.
There would be no bigger news than the transfer of Eden Hazard back to Chelsea. Real Madrid fans have grown frustrated with Eden Hazard due to his constant injuries and inability to pick up form after the injury.
Chelsea could likely bring him back to Stamford Bridge as they hope on winning the English Premier League upon his return.
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