Chelsea are set to break their transfer record once again on the final day of the January transfer window by making a €100 million move for Andrea Belotti.
Chelsea director, Michael Emenalo, is reportedly in Italy to secure the signature of Torino striker and also try and negotiate a deal with the club. The Serie A side are holding out for his €100 million release clause and are not willing to let him go for anything less.
Arsenal youngster Chuba Akpom has joined Championship side Brighton on loan until the end of the season. The 21-year old starlet ha previously spent time at Brentford, Coventry City and Nottingham Forest and will hope that an impressive showing at Brighton will be enough to impress Arsene Wenger and get him to hand him more chances at the Emirates next season
Surprise La Liga title challengers Sevilla have decided they need to bolster their squad depth if they are to remain competitive in the league and in Europe; and have plonked 5.5 million in cold, hard, cash to lure Walter Montoya from Rosario.
The Argentine sure will have no problems understanding what his compatriot, Jorge Sampaoli, will be yelling at him 24x7 from today onwards.
Rugged Uruguayan central defender Martín Cáceres is expected at Crystal Palace today. A free agent having left Juve last summer, he can still sign after deadline day - but Big Sam wants some big defenders pronto, and Martin's medical may well be done at maximum speed
Barcelona have reportedly agreed a deal with Bayern Munich to sign Arturo Vidal. Don Balon claim that the Catalan giants have beaten Chelsea to the signing of the midfielder.
Antonio Conte was said to be keen on landing the midfielder but the Chilean has opted to snub a move the Premier League and join the La Liga side. Conte wants a proper partner for Kante as he was not completely happy with Matic and Fabregas.
Luis Enrique was on the hunt for an Ivan Rakitic replacement as the Croatian has bene linked with a move away from the club. Barcelona have agreed a £45 million deal with Bayern Munich according to the Spanish publication.