Transfer news LIVE: Tottenham HIJACK Everton’s Danjuma move, Harry Kane ‘U-turn’, Thiago Silva NEW deal
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Premier League teams continued to get big deals over the line with the January window a little over a week from closing.
Arsenal confirmed the signing of 22-year-old defender Jakub Kiwior on a long-term in a £21million deal from Spezia.
Kiwior made 43 appearances for the Italian side and represented Poland at last month’s World Cup in Qatar.
Meanwhile, Aston Villa are also making moves and confirmed a £18m move for Jhon Duran.
The 19-year-old Colombia international joins on a long-term deal from MLS side Chicago Fire.
SPL side Rangers have also got some business done as they swooped for Norwich’s Todd Cantwell.
He is Michael Beale’s first signing and joins now despite only having six months remaining on his deal at Carrow Road.
Elsewhere, former striker Teddy Sheringham has urged Manchester to go after Harry Kane.
The striker, who equalled Jimmy Greaves’ Spurs scoring record last night, only has 18 months left on his deal.
He told Talksport: “Harry Kane would be an unbelievable acquisition for Manchester United. I think he would be the perfect solution.
“He’s got to make that decision. I made a big decision when I decided to leave Tottenham because I didn’t like the ambition at the time. Harry has to assess that situation himself.”
United are also being linked to Napoli star Victor Osimhen. He is among the most in-form strikers in the world – but the Red Devils have been warned of his eye-watering price tag.
Transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano believes United will have to pay a club-record fee to the tune of £115million to land the Nigerian.
There could also be outgoings at Old Trafford with Scott McTominay reportedly of interest to Newcastle.
Chelsea also continue to look busy in the transfer window with reports suggesting the Blues could be in the market for Lyon full-back Malo Gusto and Everton pair Anthony Gordon and Amadou Onana.
The Blues could be looking to take advantage of the Toffees’ struggles with the club in the bottom three and managerless after sacking Frank Lampard yesterday.
Marcelo Bielsa and Sean Dyche are the frontrunners for the Goodison hot seat.
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