All Dead Line Day Transfer Updates:Bale to Tottenham ,Utd Given Ok Sign,Arsenal Confirm Cedric deal

BY: Eyalama In News, Sports On

Deadline day has arrived for the January transfer window as Premier League clubs have their last chance to make any signings for the second-half of the season.

Can Tottenham pull off a deadline day cracker with Spurs having held talks for swoop for out-of-favour Real Madrid star Gareth Bale and being linked with London rivals Olivier Giroud as they continue search for Harry Kane replacement.

Sportsmail’s Nathan Salt will provide live deadline day coverage as the final business is done by Premier League clubs.

Marcos Rojo is determined to come back to Manchester United and revive his career once his loan spell with Estudiantes is over, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits.


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It seems a long road back for the defender at Old Trafford if and when he does return.



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The 21-year-old has swapped Villa Park for Pride Park and is expected to develop with the team’s Under-23 side to continue his development.



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Mikel Arteta makes at least one move on transfer deadline day as Arsenal complete the signing of Cedric Soares on a loan until the end of the season.



Not the news Crystal Palace fans are waiting for but a move for West Brom’s highly-rated right back Nathan Ferguson is still to be completed as Sportsmail understands a fitness issue is delaying the move.



Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has just been quizzed on the club’s rejected bid for striker Joshua King and he does not sound all that hopeful they will make progress on it.

‘I don’t think we’ll do any more business, no… January has always been difficult and it’s not just something you do like that. I am not sure, I don’t expect any more business to be done. I don’t think anything is going to happen.’


Steve Bruce may have had no joy in bringing a new player in but he could be waving Christian Atsu off before the deadline as the winger ponders loan move options in the Championship.


Our man on the ground in the north east, Craig Hope, has just heard from Steve Bruce that Newcastle were rebuffed in their attempts to sign a midfielder for a club record £40m fee.


Talk about flying up the footballing pyramid! Sam McCallum was in Jamie Vardy’s academy just 18 months ago and now he is in the Premier League.



Sportsmail understands that the 33-year-old will not be granted his wish to leave unless the Blues make a breakthrough in signing a replacement before the deadline.

Looks set to be a long and frustrating day for the Frenchman.



We brought you news last night that Bournemouth had rejected Manchester United’s approach for Josh King but this one does not seem completely out of the question based on what Eddie Howe just said.



Tottenham have made no secret of their desire to bolster their attacking options before the deadline and they are reported to have made a ‘breakthrough’ on a deal to bring Gareth Bale back to the club.



With cash soon to be burning a hole in their pocket, Hull have wasted no time in stepping up their search for a replacement for West Ham-bound Jarrod Bowen as Marcus Maddison prepares to step up a division.



Manchester United have turned to Yannick Carrasco to improve their attacking options but the Belgium international has his eyes fixed on a move elsewhere which could pose complications with just hours left until the deadline.



The former Manchester United prodigy looks set to be let go and Sportsmail understands that he will agree a short-term loan deal to drop down to the Championship as he bids to get his career back on track.



This one has taken plenty of twists and turns but the in-demand Hull City attacker appears to be on his way to east London, rather than south London, after the Hammers stumped up a bigger offer to get him.



With seven Premier League titles between them, both Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani know what it takes to make to make a success out of a move from Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United and both have been impressed with Bruno Fernandes.

United fans still hopeful he is not the last new face to arrive before the deadline…



The Welshman’s time at RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga has not exactly gone to plan and it is reported Chelsea are going to cut his time in Germany short… to send him on another loan.



It has proven a nightmare spell for Germany midfielder Emre Can since he swapped Liverpool for Juventus.

But that stint now looks to be coming to an end with a return home in the works.



An outgoing this morning from Chelsea as Sportsmail’s Jack Gaughan informs us that right back Tariq Lamptey is down at Brighton completing the second part of his medical in a deal worth £4.5million.


The Spurs midfielder is wanted by teams across Europe and it seems a deadline day departure from White Hart Lane could well be on the cards for the Kenya international.

Burnley unveil Josh Brownhill

Fresh pictures of Burnley’s new signing Josh Brownhill this morning after his £9m move from Championship side Bristol City. The new No 8 could make his debut this weekend against Arsenal at Turf Moor.


Where will Jarrod Bowen go?

Crystal Palace, West Ham and Newcastle are all in pursuit of the man who has 17 goals in 32 games in all competitions for Hull this season.

He seems set to have a big decision to make today. West Ham, at present, seem to be the most hopeful about signing him.

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