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Transfer news and rumours : 27 January 2016

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23.10K   //    27 Jan 2016, 22:47 IST

Dybala is one of the most sought after players in EuropeThe January transfer window is in its final week and a number of players are linked with clubs across Europe. Although, the mid-season transfer window may not be the best time to buy players due to the inflated prices, it can also work if a club manages to sign a player that can propel the team to the top of the table.Most deals usually take palce on deadline day but the foundation for these deals are usually laid in the days prior. Plenty of rumours across the European league were floating about today. Let’s take a look at all the major ones:

#1 Serie A

El Shaarawy is now a Roma player

-Roma officially completed their transfer of Stephan El Shaarawy, taking the Milan forward on a season long loan with an option to buy. The talented youngster was happy at his move and was looking forward to a fresh start at the club.

-Torino are keen to step up their interest in out-of-favour Paris Saint Germain goal keeper Salvatore Sirigu ahead of the closure of the January Transfer window. The Italian shot stopper will inject some much needed quality in the Turin side.

-Napoli have rejected a €22m bid from Swansea City for Manolo Gabbiadini. The 24-year-old forward has struggled for game time with Gonzalo Higuain in fine form. Gabbiadini has mainly made substitute appearances in the league this season while scoring regularly in the Europa League.

-Another day and another Paulo Dybala rumour. Latest reports according to ManagingMadrid claim that Dybala may well be on his way to Real Madrid from Juventus. The 22 year old has been in amazing form this season with Barcelona also being linked with the Argentine forward.

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