With the January transfer market just a matter of days away, the excitement is building with football fans. With transfer prices hitting crazy amounts over the last year or so. Expect big money to be spent over the next month. In this article I will look at possible players arriving in the Premier League.
Arturo Vidal has been linked with a whole host of Premier League clubs over the last few years. Already Vidal has been linked with a move to Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United. Vidal has won many honours in his career, including league titles in Italy and Germany. Vidal’s most fruitful spell came when he was playing for Juventus, where he won a very impressive four Serie A titles in a row. At Juventus Vidal also won the Coppa Italia and a Supercoppa Italiana. In the summer of 2015 Vidal joined Bayern Munich, where he was won back to back Bundesliga titles. Conte has been a very big admirer of Vidal since his Juventus days, and has made no secret that he wants to bolster his Chelsea squad in January, so will January be the time Vidal finally arrives in the Premier League?
Leon Bailey has been heavily linked with a move to a Premier League over the last few weeks. Bailey joined Bayer Leverkusen in the Winter of 2017, which can be considered as an acheivement after they beat the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United to get his signature. Bailey has been in terrific form this season for Leverkusen scoring 8 goals in 16 appearances, and no surprise this kind of form has made the Premier League’s top clubs to come calling, so Leverkusen will have a fight on their hands to keep hold of him this January.
Cenk Tosun has been heavily linked with Everton over the last week or so, and with a lot reports going round there is fee agreed between Everton and Besiktas. Tosun has been in excellent form this season for Besiktas, especially in the Champions League where he scored four goals in six games, as Besiktas impressively won a group featuring Monaco, Porto and Red Bull Leipzig. Tosun’s 24 goals in 2016-2017 helped Besiktas to win the league that season. With Everton fans calling out for 20 plus goalscorer to replace the goals of Lukaku, could Tosun be the perfect fit?
At just seventeen years old Ryan Sessegnon already has 49 Championship games under his belt. After making his debut aged just sixteen, Sessegnon has been impressing many top Premier League clubs. There has been many praises for Sessegnon from the top names in the game. Sessegnon’s splendid debut season saw him get named in the PFA’s Championship team of the year, and was the youngest player in history to be named in the team. Many bids were made for him in the summer of 2017 but were all rejected, but with big money spent Fulham will have an almighty fight to keep hold of their prized asset.
Leandor Dendoncker has been linked to the Premier League for a few transfer windows now. Dendoncker form over the last twelve months have attracted top clubs to send scouts out to watch him play. Standing at 6 foot 2 inches, he is described as a defensive powerhouse who shields the defence, and also scores a few goals. He also has become a crucial member of Anderlecht’s title winning side over the last year.
Which of these players will come to the Premier League? Let us know in the comments below!