The January transfer window is edging closer as the Premier League teams get set for some mid-season spending.
The 2019 summer market saw the top-flight’s clubs splash the cash with a host of big-money deals done.
While the winter window tends to be a lot quieter, the thrilling start to the campaign could force sides to get the cheque book out again.
Manchester United, Tottenham and Everton have all endured difficult seasons and look in need of reinforcements.
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The relegation-threatened teams could spend as they look to beat the drop while Liverpool’s incredible start may see title-challengers Manchester City dip into the market too.
So with 2020 rapidly approaching, what are the details for the January transfer window?
January transfer window: Opening dates
January 1: England – Premier League window opens at midnight
January 1: France, Germany and China
January 2: Italy and Spain
January 3: Portugal
January 22: Russia
January transfer window: Closure dates
January 31: England – Premier League window closes at 11pm
January 31: France, Germany, Italy and Spain
February 2: Portugal
February 21: Russia
February 27: China