This summer's European transfer window closed on the 31st of August 2021, as different talented footballers moved to a new club after an agreed fee was paid for their services. By January, another European transfer window will open and some football star players might switch to a new club to continue their football career. The article states six players who might switch to a different club during the January transfer window.
Based on multiple reports, the following star players might switch to a new club in the January transfer window.
1. Timo Werner - from Chelsea to Dortmund
Chelsea's Timo Werner who is yet to male the first team at the club could see his football career drifting back to the German Bundesliga where he left off in the first place. According to reports, Chelsea might offload the German international in the January transfer window.
3. Dani Olmo - from RB Leipzig to FC Barcelona.
The young talented RB Leipzig star player might make a dream move to the Spanish giants Barcelona in the January transfer window next year.
4. Ferlan Mendy - from Real Madrid to Juventus.
Ferlan Mendy who has played few Real Madrid games this season might move to the Italian Seria A club, Juventus.
5. Karim Adeyemi - from RB Salzburg to FC Bayern Munich.
Karim Adeyemi who has been exceptional for RB Salzburg in recent games could make a big switch to the 2020/2021 German Bundesliga Champions, FC Bayern Munich.
6. Oyarzabal - from Spanish club, Real Sociedad to Manchester City
Oyarzabal, who has been playing for Real Sociedad for a few years now, might venture into a new club (Manchester City) in the January transfer window next year.
Which of these transfers do you see happening?
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