Follow the latest news and updates from the Premier League submission deadline in January, when Arsenal and Newcastle are busy, and Liverpool, Manchester United and Spurs.
Arsenal appear to be the busiest club as the deadline approaches quickly. With no money available, loans are on the horizon, and Barcelona's Denis Suarez is almost complete. Interesting in Ivan Perisic of Inter Milan and the standstill of Christopher Nkunku of PSG, a contract for the signing of Yannick Carrasco is in preparation. Chelsea caused a sensation with the signing of Christian Pulisic of Borussia Dortmund, but could add something after seeing that Gonzalo Higuain was on loan from AC Milan.
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Who is this gentleman under shelter? an umbrella at a turkish airport? It is only Shinji Kagawa .
The 29-year-old is a legend of Borussia Dortmund, but only found in the first team opportunity to play this season only 98 minutes in the Bundesliga.
Keep an eye on this all day: Any transfer of the Premier League this month in a convenient location (with an outstanding picture of the West Ham newbie Mesaque Dju) 
Bad News for Newcastle Supporters: Joselu told one of the Sky reporters who confessed to being outside the club's training ground that he was do not go. 
Here's the latest on Arsenal's experiments, Christopher Nkunku another player who has previously worked with Unai Emery, from Paris Saint- Signing Germain:
And here's Solskjaer, why United is committed to Martial.
"Anthony is one of the most gifted players any coach would like to work with. For a young man, he has a good football brain, which together with his extraordinary talent brings a player with an exciting future in front of him.
"This is the perfect club for Anthony to push ahead with his development as a top player and we are all very pleased that he has signed a long-term contract."
Here the man himself explains why he gave the club his future.
"I love my time in this club, since the day I joined I have seen myself as part of the UK family and I have been incredibly humble and overwhelmed by the warmth and love of our fans who continue to support me
"I want to thank Ole and his coaching staff for their faith in me and me. I'm sure the next piece of silverware is not that far away."
And here is the affirmation.
Until 2024, war marks can be seen on the dotted line.
It is not expected that Manchester United is busy today, but that should please all at Old Trafford.
Anthony Martial seems to have signed his new deal with the club for good.
19659023] If these leaked images are believed The Frenchman has a new deal on paper, which binds him to 2024 to the club.
He exchanges Marseille for Galatasaray.
Stand Down Rafa Benitez, Place the suitcases and the cardboard box with the contents of your desk.
Newcastle United has signed.
Antonio Barreca of Monaco has taken up a short-term loan until the end of the season with, as is now the custom, the Magpies who have a call option during the summer.
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Staying with Chelsea and Michy Batshuayi, who may be on the move before 11pm.
The Guard reports that the Blues has granted permission for the Belgian, currently lent in Valencia, to speak with Real Betis and West Ham about a move.
It is up to him which he chooses.
The 18-year-old was associated with a big change to the German champions, who made no secret of his admiration for the English youth international.
But he spoke at a press conference on Thursday: Bayern coach Niko Kovac said at the transfer front was "nothing more happened."
What jersey number will wear Denis Suarez at Arsenal for the remainder of the season? Three hints: It's not 6, 14 or 21.
Should Callum Hudson-Odoi leave Chelsea for the bright lights of Bayern Munich?
The famous open-minded Michael Owen … I do not think so.
Fulham holds talks with Cameroon's Captain Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui about a planned move to Craven Cottage.
Ngadeu-Ngadjui, 28, plays for Slavia Prague in the Czech Republic and can play either in central defense or as a defensive midfielder.
"Slavia has given permission to Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui to travel to London for negotiations with Prime Minister FulhamFC," the Czech club said on his official Twitter account.
Absolutely No idea who is re-signing Manchester City? Do not worry! Here you will find everything you need to know Ante Palaversa by courtesy of the Croatian football author Juraj Vrdoljak:
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Philippe Coutinho spoke a year ago from January Transfer window, but it is already being talked about that he is on the move again after his life in Barcelona has gone south.
The Brazilian playmaker has yet to fully integrate himself at the Nou Camp and despite Barca's 6-1 win against Sevilla last night, he was noncommittal about his future.
"Nobody knows what will happen in the future," he said after the game to beIN Sports.
"Everything I have in mind now is hard work."
Liverpool sold Coutinho a year ago for £ 142 million to Barca and used that income mainly to finance a summer move for goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
As Barca has sought to integrate Coutinho, Malcom and Ousmane Dembele, it is clear that not all of them can leave now.
But it is equally clear that Barcelona's recruiting policy has not been so high when there are so many signings that are not going to fit and buy in the market so quickly.
MANCHESTER CITY HAS ANTE PALAVERSA BY HAJDUK SPLIT !! SIGNED !! (After the midfielder immediately borrowed back from the Croatian side.)
He is such a niche that it is literally impossible to find photos of him, kind of like a football manager – stately hiring Etihad instead.
Fine. The 18-year-old graduated from a medical doctor in Manchester this week and moved for a reported fee of £ 7 million.
Hajduk has announced that Palaversa will be loaned back to them by the end of the 2019-20 season, although the city may call him back next January.
The Croatian Under-19 international is happy to stay with his youth club before joining forces with one of the biggest clubs in the world.
"Thanks to Manchester City for their confidence," he told Hajduk.
"There is still a lot of work ahead of me, I have not yet shown everything I can, and I hope that I can play for Hajduk to justify the great confidence that I have received from England's champions. "
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