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Transfer news LIVE: All the latest from the Premier League and Europe

Transfer news LIVE: All the latest from Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Man City, Chelsea, Spurs and the Premier League, plus updates from Europe

  • Here’s all the latest deals and agreements ahead of the January transfer window
  • Toby Alderweireld signs new long term deal with Tottenham Hotspur until 2023 
  • Erling Haaland flying to Manchester United for talks over sensational move
  • Red Devils also battling with Manchester City for £111m-rated star Kai Havertz
  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ‘desperate to leave’ Arsenal in January 

Transfer Window Dates

England: January 1st – 31st 

France: January 1st – 31st

Germany: January 1st – 31st

China: January 1st – 31st

Spain: January 2nd – 31st

Italy: January 2nd – 31st 

It’s the final weekend before Christmas and clubs up and down the country are already weighing up their moves ahead of the January transfer window. 

In a little under two weeks business can be done again, with Premier League managers already working out how they can strengthen their squads.  

The La Liga and Serie A transfer window opens up the following day from New Year Day as they look to lock horns with English, French and German clubs for talent available during winter window. 

Sportsmail brings you all the latest deals and agreements from the top-flight, plus updates from the EFL and around Europe.

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Toby Alderweireld signs new £150,000-per-week Tottenham deal to rule out a Manchester United move as Jose Mourinho convinces wantaway centre back to stay

Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ‘desperate to leave the Emirates and will consider a move in January’ despite Mikel Arteta being set to take over

Despite leading the scoring charts for Arsenal with 13 goals, Aubameyang is tiring of life at the Emirates and has stalled in contract talks

Erling Haaland flies into Manchester from Norway for talks with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United ramp up their bid to sign the world’s most-wanted wonderkid in January

It suggests United may have won the race to sign the in-demand player amid interest from Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and others.



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