Four Interesting Transfers That Could Happen in January

The winter transfer window is usually not as active as the summer one, but notable transfers still occur during the winter months. In this piece, we present four potential transfers that could happen in the near future.

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Jadon Sancho to Borussia Dortmund

January 1st is the day Jadon Sancho has been eagerly anticipating. After his transfer to Manchester United in the summer of 2021, the career of one of the most talented footballers of his generation seemed to have stalled. Instead of progress and new achievements, he faced disappointing statistics and mounting pressure. With the arrival of Erik ten Hag, his performance took a sharp downturn.

The 23-year-old Sancho last played in the fall, and since then, he has been barred from joining the team due to his public reaction to ten Hag’s criticism and refusal to apologize to the coach. A winter move for Jadon seems logical and perhaps the best decision. Currently, it’s unclear who would be interested in signing the Englishman, considering he hasn’t played football for four months. However, the most speculation revolves around a possible return to Borussia Dortmund, which could be the ideal place for him to regain confidence and reach the highest level again.

Ivan Toney to Arsenal

Ivan Toney is making a comeback after a lengthy suspension, and rumors are swirling about a potential move to a top club. In May, the English striker was banned for 8 months for violating betting rules, but by that time, he had already scored 20 goals in 33 Premier League matches.

Toney should be in good form, having returned to training with Brentford in September and participated in the team’s friendly matches under the guidance of Thomas Frank. Club director Lee Dykes stated that the club is open to considering Toney’s move in winter but would demand a substantial compensation fee – around £80 million. Despite interest from Chelsea, Toney expresses a desire to join Arsenal, and the London club has shown interest several times, with the option seemingly appealing to manager Mikel Arteta.

Jean-Clair Todibo to Tottenham

It’s crucial for the London team to sign a new central defender. All central defenders Postecoglou relies on are currently injured, and in the last match against Bournemouth, right-back Emerson Royal and left-back Ben Davies played in the center of defense.

Jean-Clair Todibo once struggled to get a chance at Barcelona but managed to realize his potential with Nice, where he has been playing since the summer of 2021. Todibo is now one of the most sought-after central defenders in European football and the top target for Spurs.

If Nice refuses to release Todibo before the end of the season, then Tottenham will sign Genoa’s central defender Radu Dragusin.

Kalvin Phillips to Newcastle

In the summer of 2022, Manchester City spent almost €50 million to sign Kalvin Phillips from Leeds, hoping he would provide serious competition for Rodri in the midfield. However, over the past one and a half years in Manchester, Phillips has started in the lineup only six times, playing a total of just 911 minutes for the new club.

His departure should be a priority for the player himself, especially considering Euro 2024, where he hopes to represent England. Newcastle, which lost Sandro Tonali until August due to suspension and is suffering from constant injuries, may offer him an opportunity to revive his career at the most opportune moment.