Transfer news: Man Utd nears Barcelona deal as Chelsea receives exciting £103m boost

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Transfer news: Man Utd nears Barcelona deal as Chelsea receives exciting £103m boost

Arsenal and Man Utd are expected to burst into life as the end of the window nears.

Another day in the January transfer window brings a new flurry of twists and turns, as clubs up and down the country quickly realise that the clock is rapidly ticking down.

Just over a week remains for deals to get done, with title challengers Arsenal still desperate for a striker and Manchester United still adamant on getting a big name or two over the line to kick-start the Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS era at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile Chelsea appear to be frittering away yet more money, as owner Todd Boehly reaches the panic stage with his club languishing in ninth in the table.

Over on Merseyside Liverpool are running a tight ship, though boss Jurgen Klopp may be without talisman Mohamed Salah for much longer than originally feared.

With goals potentially about to dry up on Merseyside, and reinforcements needed in midfield, it may be only a matter of time before the transfer brains at Anfield start to make some last minute adjustments.

Transfer news: Man Utd ‘close’ to Barcelona deal as Chelsea get exciting £103m boost

Arsenal and Man Utd are expected to burst into life as the end of the window nears

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta and Man Utd rival Erik ten Hag are set to become active in the transfer wi (Image: GETTY)

Another day in the January transfer window brings a new flurry of twists and turns, as clubs up and down the country quickly realise that the clock is rapidly ticking down.

Just over a week remains for deals to get done, with title challengers Arsenal still desperate for a striker and Manchester United still adamant on getting a big name or two over the line to kick-start the Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS era at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile Chelsea appear to be frittering away yet more money, as owner Todd Boehly reaches the panic stage with his club languishing in ninth in the table.

Over on Merseyside Liverpool are running a tight ship, though boss Jurgen Klopp may be without talisman Mohamed Salah for much longer than originally feared.

With goals potentially about to dry up on Merseyside, and reinforcements needed in midfield, it may be only a matter of time before the transfer brains at Anfield start to make some last minute adjustments.

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