Breaking Transfer News: January 2023


Premier League transfers Updates:

There’s plenty of discussion about Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur making additions to deepen their squads’ top-four pushes, but nothing complete yet for either big name side.

The same is true for title-fighters Arsenal and Manchester City, though their top-end footing is a lot more stable.

AC Milan working to sign Brahim Diaz permanently:

AC Milan are looking to sign Brahim Diaz permanently, according to journalist Niccolo Ceccarini via Milan News.

The Rossoneri are delighted with the player’s performances so far and want to keep him at the San Siro permanently. The Spanish midfielder is currently on loan at the Serie A side from Real Madrid


PSG are now reportedly monitoring Borussia Monchengladbach attacker Marcus Thuram, though Premier League clubs such as Arsenal could have the edge in signing the forward this January.

According to Telefoot journalist Saber Desfarges, the French champions are keeping tabs on the 25-year-old forward as Thuram’s future continues to take centre-stage in the European transfer market. However, Thuram himself might be sold on a move back to Ligue 1.

As per Desfarges, Thuram is keen to challenge himself in a new division, something France won’t be able to offer the attacker with the Gladbach star a former OGC Nice player, meaning that a move to the Premier League could be more likely, which might be music to Arsenal’s ears.

There's just over two weeks left of the January transfer window and clubs are still working apace to make signings before the 11pm January 31 deadline. Arsenal are scampering to find a forward after watching Chelsea swoop in and snap up Mykhaylo Mudryk. The Blues paid the £88million fee that the Gunners were reluctant to pay to Shakhtar Donetsk for the Ukrainian winger.


ACF Fiorentina CEO Joe Barone has stated that rumoured Liverpool and Tottenham target Sofyan Amrabat is not for sale this January despite strong interest in the Morocco international.

Speaking to DAZN via Pagine Romaniste, the Serie A official revealed that Fiorentina’s star midfielder won’t be leaving this month amid interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs after Amrabat’s incredible performances at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Barone said when asked if there will be any major Fiorentina sales this month: “I can now confirm that Sofyan Amrabat and Nico Gonzalez are not for sale. The president, Commisso, already said that. I can confirm the same for both Gonz├ílez and Amrabat.”

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