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Who Will Be On The Move In January?

With the transfer window opening immanently speculation is already mounting on who will be on the move in January. As teams look to give their squads that bit extra in the push for trophies, promotion or the battle against relegation, January is always a busy time. Check out the players below who could have a new home post Christmas.

robbie keane 200x300 Who Will Be On The Move In January?

Carlos Tevez
With Carlos Teves making his desire to leave Manchester City public knowledge a host of teams will be trying to prize the Argentine international away from Eastlands in January. While very few will be able to afford the player Chelsea, Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid will certainly be keeping close tabs on the situation. Manchester City will of course be hoping for a Wayne Rooney style u-turn.

Robbie Keane and David Bentley
While Spurs have won many plaudits this season for their free flowing attacking football two men that have found themselves very much frozen out of the side are Robbie Keane and David Bentley. Both proven at this level a number of clubs will be interested in securing their signatures. Keane has been linked with a return to Wolves while Bentley could be on his way back to Blackburn.

Andy Carroll
One of the players of the season so far is without doubt Andy Carroll. While the tall forward has had his fair share of problems of the field on it he continues to deliver. A local lad, Newcastle will be hoping that they can keep their number 9 but Tottenham are reported to be very keen on landing the England forward. Peter Crouch could be used as bait along with cash to tempt the Magpies into selling.

Michael Owen
An injury disrupted start to the season has once again limited the number of games Michael Owen has played. With Rooney, Berbatov and Hernandez all in front of him in the pecking order when he returns to fitness his opportunities will still be limited. Now in the latter in stages of his career Owen may now decide that he needs to play as many games as possible before hanging up his boots. Goodison Park is a possible destination.

Scott Parker
While the thought of Scott Parker leaving Upton Park is one that doesn’t bare thinking about for West Ham fans it could well happen. With the Hammers sitting bottom of the table the club may feel it makes more sense to cash in on the midfielder now rather then lose him for a cut price fee if they are relegated. There slim survival hopes will go out the door with Parker if he does leave.

Who else do you think could be on the move in the transfer window?

4 Responses to Who Will Be On The Move In January?

  1. Red20 says:

    Owen at Goodison would be another great PR move for him. Wow, if he thought it was bad when he went to United, this would be something special.

  2. Jahoki says:

    Can’t see Owen going anywhere. He has stated that he would rather retire than move to a smaller club after his stint with United. Can’t see any club like United in size would be interested in his services at this point. Think it’s more likely that he’ll call it a career than move for more playing time.

  3. David Walker says:

    Can’t see Michael Owen or Andy Carrol going anywhere in January.

    The January transfer window is usually quite an unexciting time in terms of permanent transfers but expect a few loans. David Moyes talked about getting three or four loan players in for Everton.

    David

  4. Robert says:

    Just can’t see the Wolves ponying up the money for Keano. We really don’t need another striker with Doyle, Fletcher, and Ebanks-Blake, so unless the Fletcher rumours are true, I don’t think he’d be worth the money. If we are going to bring someone back to Molineux, Jolean Lescott is the one we’d need, but can’t afford.

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