Some cracks have already agreed to leave their clubs for another, and some seem extremely close to it. Let’s see the best transfer news in winter and the most likely transfer rumours for January!
January is usually not the time for important improvements in the squads, however, it does hold some big transfers every now and then. And of course it’s another period of time when online betting news in the UK can go crazy about the latest transfer rumours and which player will leave which club and for how much money and why. We are not lacking those rumours this year either, and we even have seen some done deals as well. Let’s see which ones they are!
PSG improved its attacking third
According to the reports by online betting news in France, Paris Saint-Germain have already closed the deal and signed Julian Draxler. The German forward played for Wolfsburg and cost €36 million to the French club. To make some room for the newly transferred attacker, PSG let go of former Real Madrid star Jesé, who returned to his childhood team, UD Las Palmas on a loan offer.
Chelsea sold Oscar
Óscar used to be a fan favourite at Stamford Bridge and was a key member at the London Blues for quite a while. However, as Conte arrived, the Brazilian lost his place and his importance in the team. He has, however, easily found a new home: Shanghai SIPG purchased him for an incredible transfer fee of GBP 52 million. The kid who used to be expected of becoming the next world star football is now joining the Chinese Superliga.
About the absurd rise and cost of Chinese football clubs, we have already reported before. You can check it out by clicking here. Now Chelsea are said to be looking for Oscar’s replacement, who could either be Dimitri Payet from West Ham, or Oxlade-Chamberlain from Arsenal.
Transfer rumours: James to leave Real Madrid?
Nothing is for sure yet, except for the fact that James Rodriguez is unhappy at Real Madrid. The Colombian star has already stated that several times: especially during his campaigns with the national team, he sent messages online to his team how much more comfortable he feels in the Colombian shirt than in the White one.
Not without a reason! Zidane hasn’t found James’ place in his team yet and the Colombian crack spends most of his time sitting on the bench, which is clearly not beneficial for any of the sides. In addition, Real Madrid’s transfer ban has just been reduced to one winter transfer window, so they are free to buy and register anybody as of the 1st of July.
These facts are working against James staying in Madrid for a longer time. Online sportsbooks expect him to leave as soon as possible, maybe even in January. He would not be lacking offers: Inter, Juventus, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and PSG are all interested in signing him. We will see soon what his future brings. Apparently, he won’t be spending too much time in Madrid.