January Premier League open window

January Premier League open window

Rita Faltas, staff reporter

Between Wednesday January 1st and Friday January 31st 2020, the Premier League clubs can send in deals sheets to buy or sell players.

“In my opinion all the loans that Manchester City FC had put on the players were good and they already have a good team, but if they should get rid of anyone they should sell Gabriel Jesus,” said Chris Dias, student at Hidden Valley High.

Middlesbrough FC already put out offers for two players from Manchester City, Patrick Roberts and Luckas Nmecha. Manchester City hasn’t put any offers on any other players yet.

“Liverpool honestly needed someone new, someone as good as Mo Salah, but beside that everyone they need is on the team already, they have a great squad and are having a great season,” said Elia Boles, local pediatrician and soccer lover.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are all targeting big names this winter.

There are rumors about Manchester United trying to get the player Bruno Fernandes. However, the problem with the Bruno Fernandes deal is that Manchester United and Sporting Lisbon are million dollars apart on the price.

For instants, Danny Drinkwater has left Chelsea to Aston Villa. In the loan deal, Auston Villa pay his $143,007 weekly wage.

When the price is an issue, sometimes a loan deal is more effective.

Arsenal and Shakhtar Donetsk have agreed a fee for defender Mykola Matviyenko. The 23 year old centre-back has been linked with a move to the Emirates throughout the January transfer window. However, has been agreed to Inter Milla.

Christian Eriksen left Tottenham with Spurs confirming the permanent signing of Giovani Lo Celso.

Meanwhile, the future of Danny Rose at Tottenham continues to be the subject of speculation, with the full-back linked with a move away to New Castle.