Surprising Transfers that Could Still Occur for Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool Before Tomorrow’s Deadline

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Surprising Transfers that Could Still Occur for Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool Before Tomorrow’s Deadline

Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, and Chelsea will finalize their transfer plans for the upcoming season with only a   day remaining in the winter transfer window.

 However, due to the unpredictability of deadline day, there is still time for improbable transactions to close before the clock strikes 11 p.m. on January 31.

Arsenal and Manchester City are vying for the Premier League title, so Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola must stock their squads with talent and depth.

Behind them, Manchester United, Newcastle, and Tottenham are vying for a top-four finish, and neither Chelsea nor Liverpool are out of the running.

Consequently, managers may engage in some last-minute shopping as they desperately search for reinforcements. In the final hours of the transfer window, SportsDias examines potential targets for Jurgen Klopp, Erik ten Hag, and Mikel Arteta to consider.

Enzo Fernandez

Benfica has made it as clear as a summer day in Lisbon that Chelsea must pay the full £105 million (€120 million) release clause fee for Fernandez in order to sign the 21-year-old.

As a result of the Blues’ inability to reach a transfer agreement, transfer negotiations are approaching a game of brinkmanship.

By choosing the nuclear option, however, the Portuguese giants are entering the perilous territory of tempting Todd Boehly to approve the deal that would complete Graham Potter’s final puzzle.

Boehly is no longer to be underestimated in terms of financial responsibility, despite the fact that the west London club has spent £180 million this month alone.

Marcus Thuram

Thuram’s most viable option appears to be to complete the remaining five months of the season with Borussia Monchengladbach before selecting a club to join on a free transfer.

The France international has rejected a contract extension with the Bundesliga club and is expected to leave this summer, with Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool all reportedly interested.

The 25-year-old is aware that he can likely negotiate a higher salary and signing bonus in the summer, given that he will not command a transfer fee.

Arsenal, who won’t have Gabriel Jesus back for a few weeks, may find the opportunity to acquire a striker with double-digit goals in a top-five European league for around £10 million too enticing to pass up.

Eduardo Camavinga

Real Madrid said no, and his agent denied that he could leave, but nothing is impossible during the transfer window. 

Camavinga is in a difficult situation at the Santiago Bernabeu, where he receives just enough playing time to satisfy him but not enough to quell rumors of a loan move.

Arsenal have already shown interest, as Mikel Arteta is still seeking a central midfielder, and if Madrid indicate they are willing to let the Frenchman leave on loan, it would be an exciting end to the transfer window for Arsenal supporters.

Sander Berge

Moises Caicedo appears to be the most likely candidate to arrive at the Emirates Stadium as a midfielder for Arsenal.

In the past, Brighton have shown a tendency to hold firm on their valuation, and £90 million is a hefty price to pay.

Who better to approach than Berge if Arteta wants to acquire a backup player with Premier League experience at a reasonable price?

As a Norway international, he is familiar with Martin Odegaard and is a graceful ball carrier. Sheffield United are unlikely to deny him the opportunity to play in the Premier League if a team comes calling, and he could be the backup option if Arsenal fails to sign Caicedo.

Surprising Transfers that Could Still Occur for Man Utd, Arsenal and Liverpool Before Tomorrow’s Deadline

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