The January transfer window is just around the corner, and there could be plenty of business done by Premier League sides in the New Year. Liverpool continues to run away with things at the top of the table, but there’s plenty to play for across the rest of the league, and teams will be looking to strengthen ahead of a crucial period. Here are the latest transfer headlines, rumours, and gossip from across the Premier League. Football fanatics from all over the world can buy Premier League Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
Arsenal lead race for Smalling
Arsenal is leading Everton and Leicester in the race to sign on-loan Manchester United defender Chris Smalling once the 30-year-old’s season-long stay at Roma comes to an end, according to the Mirror.
The Gunners reportedly watched Smalling help Roma to a clean sheet as they drew 0-0 with Inter Milan on Friday. And with the former Fulham man losing his place at Old Trafford following the arrival of Harry Maguire; it looks unlikely he’ll be staying at United in the summer.
Mourinho eyes up Fellaini reunion
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly made Marouane Fellaini a priority to sign in the January transfer window, according to Les Sports (via football.london).
The Belgian midfielder has been playing out in China for Shandong Luneng since leaving Manchester United in February; just a couple of months after Mourinho was sacked at Old Trafford.
The Portuguese though is looking to bring Fellaini back to the Premier League, although the 32-year-old is still under contract in China until December 2021.
Newcastle and Leicester in for a striker
Newcastle United and Leicester City are both showing an interest in Charlton Athletic striker Macauley Bonne, according to talkSPORT.
The Addicks frontman has scored six goals in the Championship this season, having been signed from Leyton Orient during the summer.
Newcastle is believed to be slightly ahead in the race to sign the Zimbabwe international, with his chances of first-team football looking less likely with the Foxes.
Hammers plot Randolph return
Goalkeeper Darren Randolph could be on his way back to West Ham as the London club look to solve their goalkeeping woes, according to the Daily Star.
The Republic of Ireland international left the Hammers in 2017 for Middlesbrough, where he has made over 100 league appearances.
But with Lukasz Fabianski out after tearing a hip muscle, and Roberto struggling after replacing him, Manuel Pellegrini could look to the club’s former keeper to solve their problems in between the sticks.
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