TRANSFER DAY COUNTDOWN: COURTOIS INTERESTED IN REAL MADRID MOVE, UNITED LOSE INTEREST IN GRIEZMANN
January 1st 2018 and the transfer window opens again.
Experts envisage that as much as a billion pounds will be spent in this transfer window by teams in Europe’s top 5 league.
The Premier league is expected to be the highest spending league.
Already, Liverpool have coughed out a whopping 75 million pounds for Van Dijk and whilst the buzz of that transfer has not yet gone down, more many transfer news are making the rounds involving Arsenal, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Coutinho, Di Maria and more, FOOTYTOOL BRINGS YOU ALL THE UPDATES.
Tottenham will smash through their wage ceiling to give themselves the best chance of keeping record-breaking striker Harry Kane.
Harry Kane earns just over 100, 000 pounds at Spurs and Real Madrid & Barcelona have come calling.
Manchester City look set to bolster their defensive options during the January transfer window with Jonny Evans and Ryan Bertrand part of a five-man shortlist.
West Ham are set to table a deal worth £25m for Swansea defender Alfie Mawson
Manchester United have been told they will need to pay £133m to land Paulo Dybala from Juventus.
Jack Wilshere reckons he is getting back to his best form as he attempts to win a new Arsenal contract.
Watford are ready to make midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure the club’s highest-paid player by offering him a new five-year deal
Juventus have reportedly rejected an offer of €79m plus Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Manchester United for Paulo Dybala
Barcelona will have a free path to sign £89 million-priced Antoine Griezmann, with Manchester United not keen to participate in a bidding war for the Atletico Madrid striker
Thibaut Courtois’ camp have informed Real Madrid that the player is very keen to join them