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Charles Reynolds is a freelance writer and journalist specialising in sport and the arts. He writes the Premier League previews for The Independent online and writes regularly for The Sport Review.
Friday 31 January 2014
Main goal: Top-half finish
What they need to secure it: The loss of Yohan Cabaye is a big blow. Marseille’s Remy Cabella is a potential replacement as is Clement Grenier. Meanwhile Borussia Monchengladbach’s Luuk De Jong will bolster the forward line.
How badly do they need to buy: 4/10
What have they actually done?
Ins: Luuk de Jong (Borussia Monchengladbach, loan)
Outs: Jonas Gutierrez (Norwich, loan), Yohan Cabaye (Paris St Germain, undisclosed), Curtis Good (Dundee United, loan)
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