January transfer window...
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The young Brazilian midfielder is on the verge of completing an £8.5m move to Liverpool but is still waiting on a work permit application. At just 20-years-old, Coutinho represents a calculated gamble by Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers who is keen to re-energise the club after years of underachievement.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger confirmed that the former England captain was training with the club but has ruled out making any attempt to sign the 37-year-old. Beckham plans to commute from London and despite his age, he is still an attractive proposition to some of Europe's top clubs. Moneybags Paris St Germain look the most likely destination but don't rule out a return to Milan though.
Aston Villa striker has been out of favour under manager Paul Lambert and has also suffered with injury. However, Bent has the proven goalscoring pedigree to interest most of the Premier League. Strugglers Reading and QPR have been monitoring his situation.
West Brom's Odemwingie looks like being one of the 'will-he-won't-he' stars of transfer deadline day. QPR boss Harry Redknapp is a confirmed bidder and the player looks as though he has his heart set on a move to London. West Brom are standing firm at the moment but their resistance will surely be tested again on deadline day.
The former Blackburn centre-half is another being courted by Redknapp at QPR. Samba moved to Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala last year for big money but is said to be keen on a return to England and Redknapp sees the strong defender as the perfect man to spearhead his side's bid for Premier League survival.
Sunderland and Norwich have both shown interest in the Swansea striker who has found opportunities more limited this season thanks to the impressive form of Michu. Swansea boss Michael Laudrup says the club have not received any bids as yet but it seems unlikely he will stand in the way should a decent offer come in before Thursday's deadline, particularly with the player keen to move on.
Celtic striker Hooper has been the subject of two rejected bids from Norwich. City manager Chris Hughton is desperate to add to his attacking options but it remains to be seen whether he will go back a third time or switch his attention elsewhere. Hooper has also been watched by Spurs, who could make a late deadline day bid. One interesting twist is that Hooper is a lifelong Spurs fan and may find any offer hard to resist despite Celtic's continued involvement in the Champions League.
The much-travelled striker could be on his way once more. Crouch has been a key figure for Stoke so far this season but QPR are circling and it would come as no surprise if he made a return to the capital.
Linked with Arsenal but Wenger says Barcelona aren't willing to do business. Signing Villa would be a coup for any club in the Premier League but it seems unlikely any move to England will happen in this window.
Swansea have shown interest in the rangy Stoke striker and manager Tony Pulis said earlier this week that they would look to sell if 'the right offer' came in. Jones looks one of the more likely deals to go through before the deadline.
Despite many denials, Balotelli is now in discussion with both Juventus and AC Milan, as he closes in on a return to Italy. The Manchester City striker has divided opinion during his time in England and some, possibly even manager Roberto Mancini, won't be sorry to see him go.
Linked with Chelsea and Tottenham, the Brazilian playmaker has admitted it would be a 'dream' to play in the Premier League. However, any switch for the Shakhtar Donetsk player seems more likely to happen in the summer, particularly with his side still involved in the Champions League.
QPR are looking to bring in anyone who can help their relegation battle, and among those sought by Harry Redknapp is Yun Suk-young. It's understood the R's have put in a work permit application for the South Korean left-back.
While players are flooding to QPR, it would appear it's a two way door at Loftus Road. Harry Redknapp must offload some players to accommodate the new ones and among those he's willing to let go is striker Jamie Mackie. Fulham have reportedly shown interest in the 27-year-old.
Financially troubled Birmingham are willing to listen to offers for any of their players, including star asset Jack Butland. The England goalkeeper is rumoured to be attracting interest from Chelsea, who want back-up for the ageing Petr Cech. Liverpool have also shown interest with their current number one Pepe Reina expected to join Barcelona sooner or later.
Impressive displays in Celtic's run to the last-16 of the Champions League, including a memorable headed goal against Barcelona, have brought the imposing midfielder to numerous clubs' attention. Manchester United and Arsenal are said to be leading the chase for the Kenyan, however Celtic will be desperate to retain his services until at least the end of the season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has been linked with a swoop for his former player, with the Swansea midfielder also rumoured to be interesting Arsenal. The cultured player would make a fine addition to both sides but with a Wembley final on the horizon for the Swans, it's unlikely that either the player or club will want to do business before the end of the season.
The West Ham midfielder only moved to Upton Park in the summer, but some fine displays coupled with a £3.5m release cause have conspired to see Diame linked with a move away this month. The Senegal international says he's happy in east London, but interest from north London in the shape of Arsenal and Tottenham could yet see him move across the capital.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger likes the 26-year-old midfielder and wants to add new players to his midfield during the window. A loan switch from Lyon has been mooted.
He helped Chelsea win the Champions League but this season has disappeared from view, with even a change a manager failing to resurrect Malouda's chances at Chelsea. The French midfielder has been training with the Blues' Under-21s and clearly has no future at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea could even allow the 32-year-old to leave for free before the window closes.
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Arsene Wenger has admitted he 'likes' Edinson Cavani, and with Arsenal awash with unspent transfer cash, rumours of a big money bid began circulating. Even so, the £45m reportedly required to sign the Napoli striker feels a bit out of character for a club that counts the pennies.
Radamel Falcao has been the big talk of this January transfer window - the most coveted player in world football. However, after all the newspaper inches dedicated to the Colombian, it appears the Atletico Madrid striker is going nowhere. Expect the rumours to resurface in the summer.