Premier League players who need a January Transfer
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The premier league transfer window is now wide open. So far so good in the premier league there are some players who are enjoying their stay in their clubs and there some who aren’t.
Below is a list of the players who really need to make a move this January.
The Brazil international had played a vital role in Chelsea’s Premier League title success, with their manager Antonio Conte praising him as one of the best defenders in the world, but a surprise falling out with the Blues head coach this season has changed the situation dramatically.
Luiz has lost his place in the team to Andreas Christensen, a player Chelsea boss now describes as a future Chelsea captain, and has not played a single minute in the Premier League since October.
With rumours of interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona looming, it seems he is nearing the end of his second tenure at the London blue club.
Luke Shaw appeared to have the support of the world when he joined Manchester United as the world’s most expensive teenager back in 2014, but it seems not to be so again.
A broken leg retarded the left-back’s progress after a difficult first season at Old Trafford, and he has been struggling to win over Jose Mourinho ever since.
There have been signs of hope in recent weeks, with Shaw starting his first Premier League games since April against Bournemouth, Burnley and Southampton, but the suspicion is that Mourinho’s hand has been forced by injuries.
Luke Shaw who is still young, 22, might benefit from more regular playing time elsewhere and develop himself.
It seemed Everton were about to earn £35m on Ross Barkley when the midfielder travelled to Chelsea on the final day of the summer transfer window, but a last-minute decision made it void.
He has spent the first half of the season recovering from a hamstring injury, but his name is back in the headlines now.
Sam Allardyce says he would be open to welcoming Barkley back into the fold at Everton, but he has since admitted the club is “at loggerheads” with the player as he enters the final six months of his contract.
It is unclear whether Chelsea and Tottenham will come back in for him this month, but he appears unwilling to sign a new deal at his parent club. Could he be looking our elsewhere?
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