The 2023-2024 season is now running at full speed and the winter transfer period is also getting closer. Many teams from home and abroad have started to roll out their transfer plans for January. It continues to rain news and rumors. VoetbalNieuws collects the most important of these every day in the Transfer Hour.
Club Brugge seems to be planning to shatter the Belgian transfer record again soon. Despite his injuries in recent months, he remains Antonio Nusa after all, highly sought after. The 18-year-old goldcrest now also appears on the wish list Tottenham and that makes Club dream of a record amount. They are said to have set a price tag of no less than 34 million euros.
Bee Anderlecht one player is certainly pushing for a departure in January. Amadou Diawara lost his starting position after the arrival of Delaney and Rits and therefore wants to look for other places. The Guinean would aim for a transfer to the Premier League, Ligue 1 or Bundesliga, but that seems to be difficult. A transfer would suit Anderlecht, because Diawara is one of the big earners in the selection.
Standard is using the international break to thoroughly reshuffle his staff. Carl Hoefkens was already joined by Bernd Thijs as the new T2 and he would soon welcome a new assistant. After all, Standard is working on a return José Jeunechamps, who had already worked at Sclessin in two previous periods. Jeunechamps is currently Timmy Simons’ assistant Dender.
Inter Miami already made a big splash in the summer with the arrival of Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, but owner David Beckham seems to want to bring in even more stars. Luis Suarez was already mentioned and now Miami would also work on signing him David de Gea. The Spanish goalkeeper is still without a club after being denied a new contract with Man Utd in the summer.
Arsenal seems to be planning to strengthen itself in January. Mikel Arteta would mainly ask for an extra midfielder and a remarkable option has now emerged. Arsenal would Ruben Neves want to return to the Premier League, barely six months after the Portuguese left Wolves for a monster contract with the Saudi Al-Hilal.
For Red Devil Amadou Onana a winter transfer does not seem to be ruled out. The financial situation of Everton After all, it looks dramatic and the club may have to sell some strong players in January to keep its head above water. Of that situation Manchester United want to take advantage by signing our 22-year-old compatriot.