Seven transfers we could see in January as Arsenal move for Calvert-Lewin and Watkins and van de Beek in Man Utd exit

THERE is less than three months until the transfer window swings wide open again and clubs try and find some New Year deals.

The likes of Luis Suarez, Bruno Fernandes and Pierre-Emerick Aubemayang arrived in the Premier League during previous winter windows

And there is already plenty of speculation surrounding who will be going where in the first few weeks of 2022.

So SunSport rounds up some of the biggest transfers that could get over the line in January…

Ollie Watkins or Dominic Calvert-Lewin to Arsenal

The Gunners need a new striker with Alexandre Lacazette's contract expiring at the end of the season.

And as revealed by SunSport, they are eyeing two of the Premier League and England's hottest young strikers to lead the line long-term.

Donny van de Beek to Everton

He wanted out of Old Trafford in the summer but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blocked a last-minute loan to the Toffees.

But now clearer than ever he is not in the plans, Van de Beek could be allowed to make the switch in January – or may return to boyhood club Ajax.

Raheem Sterling to Barcelona

The England winger continues to struggle for game time under Pep Guardiola this term and Barcelona could be set to pounce.

Apparently, the Catalan giants have the funds, despite their financial mess, to stump up £60million for Sterling.

Christopher Nkunku to Chelsea

The RB Leipzig midfielder, who scored a hat-trick against Manchester City in September, worked under Thomas Tuchel at PSG and could be reunited with the German.

The 23-year-old's agent, Pini Zahavi, has confirmed he is in talks with Chelsea, Man City and Real Madrid over a 2022 switch – but the Blues may swoop and get a deal done early.

Monaco midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni is also a target but Chelsea face competition from Juventus for his signature.

Paul Pogba to PSG

The ongoing saga surrounding Pogba continues with his current Manchester United contract expiring next summer.

The Red Devils want him to make a decision on his future by Christmas but failure to do so could see the club sell him on the cheap in January rather than lose him for free with PSG ahead of Real Madrid and Juventus in the race.

Pau Torres to Man City

That's right – Manchester City are being linked with yet another centre-back with the Etihad club 'well positioned' to land the Villarreal ace.

United and Tottenham have wanted him in the past but Pep Guardiola likes his compatriot and wants him as further competition for Ruben Dias, Aymeric Laporte, John Stones and Nathan Ake.

Allan Saint-Maximin to Liverpool

Newcastle's exciting winger certainly catches the eye with his dazzling runs and trickery – and it has not gone unnoticed at Anfield or Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool looks the likeliest destination but it would surely take a mammoth bid to convince Mike Ashley to sell one of his best players amid a relegation dogfight.

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