It is already January, and apart from the fact that we have crossed over from a dreadful year, football fans all around the world are ecstatic on the opening of the January transfer window. Teams could use this window to bolster their weak spots or transfer to improve their depth in positions. Below are some transfers that could happen this January:
1.Alaba to Real Madrid.
The Bayern Munich star could be heading to Los Blancos after numerous reports linking him to the team. Real Madrid could choose to sign him for a fee now or allow him to run out his contract in the summer. Alaba who is still 28 would be a great bargain to any team who could land him as he is a very versatile player who fits quite well in the left fullback, centre back, and any part of central midfield. Alaba is the ideal defensive role player.
2. Delle Alli could be heading to Paris.
With the inevitable arrival of Pochettino at Paris Saint Germain,the former PFA Young player of the year who had a time of his life playing under the said gaffer, seems close to reuniting with his former boss.
In other news Messi is free to negotiate with other teams as his contract runs down in the summer.
Sead Kolasinac returns to his former club, Shalke 04 on a six- month loan.
Chelsea are also eyeing Gianluigi Donnarumma’s situation in AC Milan.
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