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Transfer Extreme Day: possible players of the Premier League, including Fellaini, Carrasco and Tieleman – Football

The January transfer deadline is less than 24 hours, and many players can still be in motion until the window closes in the middle of the season.

English clubs have to work until 23:00 GMT on Thursday (January 31), and, like a last minute Christmas buyer, late deals are inevitable, despite the fact that they have a month for securing goals.

We will look at some of the big names set for moving to and from the Premier League …

Marouane Fellaini

Marouane Fellaini: Belgian midfielder (right) training with Alexis Sanchez in January

Marouane Fellaini (right): pictured with Alexis Sanchez in January

The departure of the Belgian midfielder from Manchester United quickly turns into a case when, not if.

It is said that negotiations continue with the Chinese club, according to reports, Shandong Luneng Taishan, and Sky Italia claim that the 31-year-old has signed a three-year contract.

He was not in the team of Ole Gunnar Solskyer, since on Tuesday the Red Devils played with Burnley, and the former favorite Jose Mourinho was destined to leave.

There will be no particular rush to complete the transaction from the Chinese side, with their transfer window open until February 28.

Fellaini first arrived in England with Everton in 2008, making 177 appearances for Toffee, and then followed David Moyes to Manchester United. He also made 177 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 22 and helped 12 goals, as he turned out to be the main member of the team during the reign of Mourinho.

On tuesday he was 7/4 with Sky Bet join the Chinese club before moving to odds, and the bookmaker has since lowered the market with cards.

Yannick Carrasco

Yannick Carrasco: exchange the Chinese Super League for the Premier League?

Yannick Carrasco: exchange the Chinese Super League for the Premier League?

Fellaini is one of the Belgians heading to China, and Carrasco is one of Belgium, which is going to take another path.

The 25-year-old was impressed at the World Cup six months after joining Dalian Ifan and Nicholas Gaitan, scoring seven goals in 26 matches for the Super League.

Sky sports the gunners are said to have turned to the 25-year-old after they were disappointed in their attempts to sign Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan.

Arsenal made an offer to take Croatia on an international lease into a long-term deal, reports Sky in italy, but the side of Serie A refused.

Sky Bet makes Milan chances of favorites sign it this month, either on credit or on permanent Arsenal 9/4 and 3/1 in stock for him to stay Dalian Yifan.

Michi Batshuaia

Michi Batshuaj (center): Belgian scores "Young Boys" in the Champions League

Michi Batshuaj (center): Belgians score Valencia in the Champions League

"West Ham" is considering the possibility of selecting the attacker "Chelsea" Michi Batshuai, say, Skye.

The Belgian International, also declared the goal of Everton, spent the first half of the season on loan with Valencia, but did not play after the defeat with the score 2: 1 Sporting Gijon on January 8, as the Spanish side is trying to interrupt their spell.

West Ham is on the market to add depth to its front line this month.

Chelsea’s preference is to sell Bachuayi on a regular transaction, rather than accept another loan.

Any movement of Everton for Bachuayi will depend on whether the club can sell the Turkish striker Jen Tosun.

Crystal Palace asked about the availability of Tosun, who scored only seven goals in 33 matches since he joined Everton from Besiktas for £ 27 million last January.

Lukas perez

Lucas Perez from West Ham celebrates goal

Lucas Perez celebrates goal against West Ham

He joined West Ham from Arsenal only in the summer, but Lucas Perez could leave London and the Premier League.

A Spanish striker who has scored five goals in 15 games for the Hammers since arriving for £ 4 million may head to the Bundesliga.

Schalke is negotiating with the club about bringing a 30-year-old child to the original credit deal with the ability to make his move permanent for £ 4.5 million in the summer.

Idrissa Guei

PSG has already seen a rejected bet of £ 21.5 million for Senegal’s midfielder, who filed a transfer request in an attempt to force the move to the Parc des Princes.

According to reports in France, Everton executives were ready to reluctantly accept the offer before manager Marco Silva threatened to resign if the deal went through.

Champions of League 1 want to get Guei, despite the fact that earlier this week he signed a contract with Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes, and it will be interesting to see if Everton will remain firm in his position so that Silva will be happy.

In their last January specials, Sky Bet will make Gueye 8/11 stay on Merseyside and even join PSG.

Sky Sports also say that Manchester City and Arsenal are interested in a 29-year-old football player.

Vincent Janssen

Vincent Janssen

Vincent Janssen

Real Betis is in talks with Tottenham about signing a loan from forward Vincent Janssen, Sky Sports reports.

Betis is said to offer a credit deal with the possibility of buying a 24-year-old child, Tottenham's cost of £ 15 million.

Sky sports news On Tuesday, it was reported that the club La Liga made an approach for Janssen, because it is considered redundant to the requirements in Tottenham.

The Dutch national team, which joined the Spurs of AZ Alkmaar on a four-year contract in 2016 for a fee of 18.6 million pounds sterling, this season did not play for Mauricio Pochettino after a fight due to a leg injury.

Maxi Gomez

West Ham is close to an agreement with Celta Vigo, according to which striker Maxi Gomez will arrive in the summer. Gomez will stay in Celta Vigo until the end of the season.

The compromise means that West Ham is expected to pay less than the release clause of 43.3 million pounds, although the fee will be around 40 million pounds.

Georges-Kevin H & Kudu

Georges-Kevin Nkoudu

Georges-Kevin Nkoudu

Tottenham striker Georges-Kevin Nkudu is negotiating with Monaco for a loan.

The 23-year-old has not been able to influence Spurs since he moved from Marseille for £ 9 million in the summer of 2016 and seems to be returning to his homeland.

He made his first start in two years on Sunday's defeat at the FA Cup in Crystal Palace, but showed a grim demonstration that could convince boss Mauricio Pochettino to let him go despite the lack of attacking players.

Pochettino had previously reported that Nkoudu, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Burnley, was part of his plans for injuries to Harry Kane and Dela Alli, and he set up the last winner, who choked on Harry Winks against Fulham 10 days ago.

But Shpor is negotiating with the side of Ligue 1, which recently fired Thierry Henry and replaced him with former boss Leonardo Jardim, and the deal should be reached before the deadline for the transfer on Thursday.

Adrian Silva-Yuri Tilemans change?

Adrien Silva and Yuri Tieleman: exchange of clubs in January

Adrien Silva and Jüri Tieleman: to exchange clubs in January of this year?

Leicester's Portuguese midfielder aroused interest throughout Europe, and Monaco looks like the most likely option, according to the stakes.

The Ligue 1 club, which re-appointed Leonardo Jardim as its manager last week, is the 1/8 favorite to secure his signature either on rent or forever until the end of the window.

There was talk of a swap with Lester, when Jüri Tieleman went the other way.

The Belgian midfielder, 23, has attracted the interest of Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham and Newcastle in recent days, but it seems that foxes can win the race to sign it.

It is alleged that the deal was agreed on Tuesday, but it looks like it could end on Deadline Day with Leicester in Liverpool on Wednesday.

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Odds are correct as of 18:00 GMT 30/01/18

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