The January transfer window rarely disappoints – with Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham and arguably Manchester United still in the title race, the next month has the ability to decide where the trophy ends up. Here are all the most important transfers, that have occurred at Premier League clubs so far: Wilfred Ndidi – reported 

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As January approaches and writers everywhere prepare their ‘January Sales’ headlines, we take a look at what each club might be up to in January.   AFC Bournemouth Looking to become an established league club, Eddie Howe has done his bid to be the next Arsenal manager no harm by doing the impossible and making 

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The battle begins now who ever gets the right deals will surely lift the trophy come May.   Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) The Gabon forward – who plays for Borussia Dortmund – was in the form of his life last season scoring 39 goals in 49 games. This season he continues from where he left 

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It seems to have become rather fashionable to decry the January transfer window as being in danger of lapsing into irrelevance, something which must be highly tempting if you happen to be one of the unfortunate sports journalists forced to spend all day standing in football club car parks waiting for a deal that never 

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Arsenal is considered a strong title contender this season. They have what it takes to keep on winning. However, pundits insists that the club needs new reinforcements as Arsenal’s season has not been steady. Will new players bring stability to the team? Let’s look at ten players who could join Arsenal this January.   1. 

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Perhaps it shouldn’t have been a surprise that Aaron Lennon appeared glum as he posed for photographs with the Everton shirt he will be wearing for the rest of the season after his deadline day loan move. Everton sit twelfth in the table as they meander through a troubled campaign, boasting just 2 wins from 

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The January transfer window is seen by many managers as a bad time to do business, prices are often over-inflated, top players are usually ineligible for European competitions and there’s the potential difficulty of integrating them into a new team without the benefit of a pre-season. However, this season, possibly more than any other previous, 

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