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Who will come out strongest from the winter transfer window?

There’s no doubt that the January transfer window can have a huge effect on the outcome of the Premier League season. Teams jostling for position are looking to bolster their line-up to ensure their ability to push themselves up through the ranks throughout the rest of the season. Here we take a look at some of the teams who have a lot to gain in the winter transfer window and the top picks that they may aim for. And for you, Premier League tips at the press of a button to guide you in making bets during the season.

Manchester United

Never afraid of spending big, United could amongst the most active in the transfer window. The Red Devils currently occupy the fifth position in the Premier League table, and they will want to do everything they can to re-establish themselves as top four material.

One key issue to address first is the status of Paul Pogba. The midfielder has had a decent run at United but now he is wanted by Real Madrid. Should the Spanish side make a bid for Pogba it has been speculated that they would be willing to offer big names such as Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez in a swap deal.

Another name that has been linked with United is Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen. The skilful Dane has been unsettled at Tottenham and would undoubtedly benefit from a move elsewhere. Of course, United will face competition for his signature.

And Eriksen is not the only Nordic addition United will be hoping to make. There has been talk of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being interested in his fellow countryman Erlin Braut Haaland. The young striker has been touted by some as the next Zlatan Ibrahimović for his prowess in front of goal.

Chelsea

Chelsea have made something of an unexpectedly good start to life under Frank Lampard. Currently occupying a healthy fourth spot in the League, the Blues have done extremely well considering that they have been banned from making any purchases over the past two transfer windows. And the good news for Chelsea supporters is that in January, they can buy again.

Lampard has been eyeing up some powerful potential additions to his squad. Perhaps the most eye-catching is Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha who has long been a target for teams in the top six – could this be the transfer window that Chelsea successfully entice him away from fellow Londoners.

Chelsea also have a buy-back clause inserted into the contract of Nathan Ake, the Dutch Bournemouth defender who played for the Blues from 2012 to 2017. His strong run of form could also make him a target to sure up the defensive line.

Liverpool

There’s one name on the minds of Liverpool supporters over the transfer window: Kylian Mbappe. If you think Liverpool’s attacking line-up is formidable now, imagine it with the terrifying presence of Mbappe, who last year averaged more than a goal per game for the French champions PSG. If Liverpool pull off this signing, they could well be unstoppable going forward into 2020.

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Who will come out strongest from the winter transfer window?

There’s no doubt that the January transfer window can have a huge effect on the outcome of the Premier League season. Teams jostling for position are looking to bolster their line-up to ensure their ability to push themselves up through the ranks throughout the rest of the season. Here we take a look at some of the teams who have a lot to gain in the winter transfer window and the top picks that they may aim for. And for you, Premier League tips at the press of a button to guide you in making bets during the season.

Manchester United

Never afraid of spending big, United could amongst the most active in the transfer window. The Red Devils currently occupy the fifth position in the Premier League table, and they will want to do everything they can to re-establish themselves as top four material.

One key issue to address first is the status of Paul Pogba. The midfielder has had a decent run at United but now he is wanted by Real Madrid. Should the Spanish side make a bid for Pogba it has been speculated that they would be willing to offer big names such as Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez in a swap deal.

Another name that has been linked with United is Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen. The skilful Dane has been unsettled at Tottenham and would undoubtedly benefit from a move elsewhere. Of course, United will face competition for his signature.

And Eriksen is not the only Nordic addition United will be hoping to make. There has been talk of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being interested in his fellow countryman Erlin Braut Haaland. The young striker has been touted by some as the next Zlatan Ibrahimović for his prowess in front of goal.

Chelsea

Chelsea have made something of an unexpectedly good start to life under Frank Lampard. Currently occupying a healthy fourth spot in the League, the Blues have done extremely well considering that they have been banned from making any purchases over the past two transfer windows. And the good news for Chelsea supporters is that in January, they can buy again.

Lampard has been eyeing up some powerful potential additions to his squad. Perhaps the most eye-catching is Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha who has long been a target for teams in the top six – could this be the transfer window that Chelsea successfully entice him away from fellow Londoners.

Chelsea also have a buy-back clause inserted into the contract of Nathan Ake, the Dutch Bournemouth defender who played for the Blues from 2012 to 2017. His strong run of form could also make him a target to sure up the defensive line.

Liverpool

There’s one name on the minds of Liverpool supporters over the transfer window: Kylian Mbappe. If you think Liverpool’s attacking line-up is formidable now, imagine it with the terrifying presence of Mbappe, who last year averaged more than a goal per game for the French champions PSG. If Liverpool pull off this signing, they could well be unstoppable going forward into 2020.

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Who will come out strongest from the winter transfer window?

There’s no doubt that the January transfer window can have a huge effect on the outcome of the Premier League season. Teams jostling for position are looking to bolster their line-up to ensure their ability to push themselves up through the ranks throughout the rest of the season. Here we take a look at some of the teams who have a lot to gain in the winter transfer window and the top picks that they may aim for. And for you, Premier League tips at the press of a button to guide you in making bets during the season.

Manchester United

Never afraid of spending big, United could amongst the most active in the transfer window. The Red Devils currently occupy the fifth position in the Premier League table, and they will want to do everything they can to re-establish themselves as top four material.

One key issue to address first is the status of Paul Pogba. The midfielder has had a decent run at United but now he is wanted by Real Madrid. Should the Spanish side make a bid for Pogba it has been speculated that they would be willing to offer big names such as Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez in a swap deal.

Another name that has been linked with United is Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen. The skilful Dane has been unsettled at Tottenham and would undoubtedly benefit from a move elsewhere. Of course, United will face competition for his signature.

And Eriksen is not the only Nordic addition United will be hoping to make. There has been talk of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being interested in his fellow countryman Erlin Braut Haaland. The young striker has been touted by some as the next Zlatan Ibrahimović for his prowess in front of goal.

Chelsea

Chelsea have made something of an unexpectedly good start to life under Frank Lampard. Currently occupying a healthy fourth spot in the League, the Blues have done extremely well considering that they have been banned from making any purchases over the past two transfer windows. And the good news for Chelsea supporters is that in January, they can buy again.

Lampard has been eyeing up some powerful potential additions to his squad. Perhaps the most eye-catching is Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha who has long been a target for teams in the top six – could this be the transfer window that Chelsea successfully entice him away from fellow Londoners.

Chelsea also have a buy-back clause inserted into the contract of Nathan Ake, the Dutch Bournemouth defender who played for the Blues from 2012 to 2017. His strong run of form could also make him a target to sure up the defensive line.

Liverpool

There’s one name on the minds of Liverpool supporters over the transfer window: Kylian Mbappe. If you think Liverpool’s attacking line-up is formidable now, imagine it with the terrifying presence of Mbappe, who last year averaged more than a goal per game for the French champions PSG. If Liverpool pull off this signing, they could well be unstoppable going forward into 2020.

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Who will come out strongest from the winter transfer window?

There’s no doubt that the January transfer window can have a huge effect on the outcome of the Premier League season. Teams jostling for position are looking to bolster their line-up to ensure their ability to push themselves up through the ranks throughout the rest of the season. Here we take a look at some of the teams who have a lot to gain in the winter transfer window and the top picks that they may aim for. And for you, Premier League tips at the press of a button to guide you in making bets during the season.

Manchester United

Never afraid of spending big, United could amongst the most active in the transfer window. The Red Devils currently occupy the fifth position in the Premier League table, and they will want to do everything they can to re-establish themselves as top four material.

One key issue to address first is the status of Paul Pogba. The midfielder has had a decent run at United but now he is wanted by Real Madrid. Should the Spanish side make a bid for Pogba it has been speculated that they would be willing to offer big names such as Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez in a swap deal.

Another name that has been linked with United is Spurs playmaker Christian Eriksen. The skilful Dane has been unsettled at Tottenham and would undoubtedly benefit from a move elsewhere. Of course, United will face competition for his signature.

And Eriksen is not the only Nordic addition United will be hoping to make. There has been talk of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer being interested in his fellow countryman Erlin Braut Haaland. The young striker has been touted by some as the next Zlatan Ibrahimović for his prowess in front of goal.

Chelsea

Chelsea have made something of an unexpectedly good start to life under Frank Lampard. Currently occupying a healthy fourth spot in the League, the Blues have done extremely well considering that they have been banned from making any purchases over the past two transfer windows. And the good news for Chelsea supporters is that in January, they can buy again.

Lampard has been eyeing up some powerful potential additions to his squad. Perhaps the most eye-catching is Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha who has long been a target for teams in the top six – could this be the transfer window that Chelsea successfully entice him away from fellow Londoners.

Chelsea also have a buy-back clause inserted into the contract of Nathan Ake, the Dutch Bournemouth defender who played for the Blues from 2012 to 2017. His strong run of form could also make him a target to sure up the defensive line.

Liverpool

There’s one name on the minds of Liverpool supporters over the transfer window: Kylian Mbappe. If you think Liverpool’s attacking line-up is formidable now, imagine it with the terrifying presence of Mbappe, who last year averaged more than a goal per game for the French champions PSG. If Liverpool pull off this signing, they could well be unstoppable going forward into 2020.

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