10 Premier League players who could move in January

Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith
  • 29 Jan 2024 17:59 GMT
  • 5 min read
Armando Broja, Chelsea, 2023/24
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The 2024 January window nearly over and clubs across Europe face a race against time to secure the necessary transfers to maximise their potential this season.

That fact certainly applies to every Premier League club, with all 20 teams possibly set to dip into the market before the end of the window.

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Given the vast amount of money involved in the English top flight, it’s set to be another busy - and expensive - end to the January window window and the big clubs will be at the heart of the transfer action.

While much of the transfer talk will be about incomings, outgoings are just as important and could be extremely significant this time around.

Below, FootballTransfers runs through 10 Premier League players who could leave their current clubs in January.

Armando Broja

Chelsea are willing to offload Armando Broja this month, according to multiple reports, amid interest from West Ham and Wolves.

The Albanian has played second-fiddle to Nicolas Jackson so far this season and Victor Osimhen's possible arrival this summer would see him fall even further down the pecking order.

Chelsea's asking price stands at a whopping €50m, but the Blues are unlikely to be offered a fee of that amount. As a result, they may need to lower their demands if they want to sell Broja.

Thomas Partey

Thomas Partey, Arsenal
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In November, sources told FootballTransfers that Mikel Arteta has no intention of selling Thomas Partey in January as he still views the former Atletico Madrid star as a key player at the Emirates Stadium.

However, there is significant interest from abroad, most notably Juventus, and reports suggest that Massimiliano Allegri’s side have stepped up their pursuit following Paul Pogba’s suspension for doping.

If Partey does leave, then Arsenal would be fairly light in central midfield, meaning his sale may only be sanctioned if a replacement is lined up.

Kieffer Moore

Kieffer Moore played a key role in Bournemouth's promotion back to the Premier League in 2022, with several key goals towards the end of the season, but he's remained a peripheral figure since then.

The Wales international looks set to leave the Cherries in January, with several Championship sides interested in signing him on loan.

Jhon Duran

Jhon Duran has barely featured since joining Aston Villa in January 2023, but Chelsea want to sign the Colombian as they look to sign a new striker.

Duran has been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge in January and the possibility of a swap deal with the aforementioned Broja is on the cards.

His current injury could scupper a mid-season transfer, but Chelsea reportedly see him as a long-term target and may push to sign him regardless.

Jacob Ramsey

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Jacob Ramsey could seal a shock January exit amid interest from Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich, according to David Ornstein.

Eddie Howe's side have reportedly made an approach to sign the Aston Villa midfielder, but they are unlikely to be successful unless a major sale occurs first.

Despite this, Ramsey could be sold if a bid of €58m (£50m) or more is lodged.

Miguel Almiron

Newcastle need to sell and Miguel Almiron appears the most likely to leave the club this month.

Saudi Pro League side Al Shabab are interested and Almiron could leave Newcastle before 1 February, as per David Ornstein, despite the fact Howe has insisted that his players aren't for sale.

Trevoh Chalobah

Mauricio Pochettino still wants new additions at Chelsea and his January demands include signing a new defender, although this looks unlikely.

Regardless, Trevoh Chalobah’s chances of extending his time at Stamford Bridge look slim.

The former Lorient loanee was expected to leave during the summer, but moves to Bayern Munich and Nottingham Forest didn’t materialise, and a January departure seemed inevitable.

He hasn’t featured so far this season due to injury and it’s likely that Chalobah could have already played his final Chelsea game.

Amad Diallo

Amad Diallo, Man Utd
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Amad Diallo is arguably a better player than Antony and you just feel as though it's a matter of time until he forges his way into the Man Utd first team.

As a result, the club won't sell Diallo permanently in January, but they are open to approving another loan arrangement.

The youngster scored 13 Championship goals for Sunderland last season and played a crucial role in reaching the play-off semi-finals.

Diallo is yet to feature in any matches this season due to a knee injury.

Ivan Toney

The final player on the list of Premier League stars who could leave in January is Brentford’s Ivan Toney.

The former Peterborough forward has returned to action following a nine-month footballing ban after pleading guilty to over 200 betting breaches and he scored against Nottingham Forest to mark the occasion.

Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd, Tottenham and Newcastle have all expressed their interest since the beginning of the 2023-24 season, and while a summer exit may be more likely, Toney could leave Brentford in January if a late twist happens.

Arsenal are deemed to be his most likely next club.

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