Today we examine Hull’s attempt to sign a new striker, Spurs’ move for a Roma player, the possible sale of a Chelsea midfielder and Rafa Benitez looking towards his old club for talent...
Hull will make another move to sign West Brom’s Shane Long in January, having narrowly missed out on his signing during the summer.
Why it will happen: Hull are doing well this season but lack a goalscorer. Signing Long could assure their future in the Premier League.
Why it won’t happen: West Brom are currently without a manager. The new man might well want to keep Long, especially when you consider that the Baggies are struggling for goals.
Tottenham will make a move for the Roma defender Dodo during the January window.
Why it will happen: Spurs are in need of a left-back and Franco Baldini knows the player from his time at Roma.
Why it won’t happen: To crisis club Tottenham really want to invite the jokes that signing a player called ‘Dodo’ will bring? More seriously, they might well be better served signing a more senior full-back.
Bayer Leverkusen are ready to make a £12.5m January move for the Chelsea midfielder Kevin De Bruyne.
Why it will happen: De Bruyne has not featured much this season and Chelsea might consider him surplus to requirements as they look to rebuild their squad.
Why it won’t happen: Mourinho rates De Bruyne and a loan move might be more likely at this stage of the player’s career.
Liverpool have rejected a loan move for Daniel Agger from Napoli.
Why it will happen: Liverpool are challenging for the Premier League title and won’t want to weaken their squad.
Why it won’t happen: Agger is struggling to get games at Liverpool this season and Napoli manager Rafa Benitez is the man that first brought him to Anfield. A permanent transfer could see Liverpool do business.
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