With the ongoing January transfer window in Europe, most English big clubs have not yet made any big name signings so far apart from Chelsea.
Chelsea, the blues, have completed a loan move for the Argentine Gonzalo Higuain from the Italian giant Juventus and should be able to make a permanent deal for him once the club manages to let go Alvaro Morata to Altheletico Madrid. The club has also signed Christian Pulisic from a German side Borussia-Dortmund at Euro 57.6 million but opted to still let him play for the club in Bundesliga until the end of the season.
On the other hand Chelsea has released Cesc Fabregas to a French side Monaco at undisclosed fee. On loan deals have been completed for Josh Grant to Yeovil, Lewis Baker to Reading and Kasey Palmerd to Bristol City.
Arsenal, the Gunners have so far no made any signing but have let go their midfield maestro Aaron Ramsey for free to a Seria A side Juventus. Ramsey has signed a pre-contract with Juventus and will leave Emirets at the end of the season.
Liverpool this far have no completed any signing but are keeping an eye on Benfica’s Joao Felix and Adrien Rabiot from PSG. The mersyside Reds have sold Dominic Solanke to Bournemouth at E 19 million and have offered loan deals for Ntahaniel Clyne at Bournemouth and Ovie Ejaria at Reading.
Manchester City has sold Brahim Diaz to Real Mardiad at undisclosed with a loan move made forAnthony Caceres to play for Sydney FC and the Pep Guardialo managed side has this far not side any player.
Ethan Hamilton has been offered a loan move to Rochdale by Manchester United and he is the only one who has been realeed so far with rumours that Antonio Valencia might switch sides to join Inter mIllan in Italy. The red Devils have to signed this far but have been trying to close down Anthony Martial to a new 5 years deal.
Moussa Dembele has left Tottenhum Hotspurs to the Chinese side at having played for 15 seasons for the club and Jaden Brown has gone to Huddersfield at undisclosed fee.
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My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.