January transfer news: Latest news from Vlahovice & Arthur to Arsenal, El Ghazi signs agreement with Everton

Thursday, January 13, brought another round of rumors that Arsenal were pushing for Dušan Vlahovič. Even if it cost Gunners a fortune, it doesn’t stop sports director Edu from kicking Fiorentina’s tires for the new star striker.

Aston Villa did major shopping this winter, both indoors and outdoors, and it hasn’t stopped today.

Everton lost Lucas Digne to Villa, but he also brought players.

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Follow sports news throughout the day and get the latest transfer news, with the biggest stories from January 13 below.

Newcastle is waiting for time

According to a report by Luke Edwards from The Telegraph to Newcastle, offers for players coming from overseas are progressing slowly. It seems that the next few days the Magpies will be slow at the front, but before Deadline Day there is still a defender in the game.

Arsenal closes Arthur

According to independent journalist Tancredi Palmeri, rumors of Arthur Arsenal are pushing for reality. The player reportedly agreed to the agreement.

Aston Villa after the backup goalkeeper

Aston Villa is taking step by step and according to Fabrizio Roman they have agreed on another.

The report says Villa agrees with Rome goalkeeper Robin Olsen, who is hosting Sheffield United. The 32-year-old Swedish national team has lost its place in the Blades base line-up in favor of Wes Foderingham and could now move to Villa Park, where he would probably support Emilian Martinez, who is experiencing a stellar season. Sheffield would have to agree to release him from his loan for the deal to work.

29-year-old companion Jed Steer is currently Martinez’s backup.

Tecatito is moving to Spain

According to Fabrizio Roman, Jesus Corona left Porto and, after an impending medical examination, will move to Seville, Spain. Tecatito fell in Portugal, but suddenly revived his season at the club, which surprisingly pushed for the La Liga title, with Sevilla currently second in the table.

Arsenal has not yet offered Vlahovič, but rumors are increasing

According to Fiorentino General Manager Joe BaroneArsenal has not yet offered to attack Dušan Vlahovič’s offensive sensation, but this has not prevented rumors from spreading. “We are open to consider all the proposals we receive for Vlahović – no offer is currently on the table,” Barone said.

Yesterday, CBS reporter Ben Jacobs said that Arsenal is pushing for Vlahovich, but Gunners is trying to reach an agreement with Fiorentina.

Miguel Delaney announced that the difference remains in the structure of the agreement, because Arsenal wants to make a multi-level structure, while Fiorentina wants the entire fee in advance. The Evening Standard said on Tuesday that Arsenal was “ready to intensify talks.”

Everton won El Ghazi for hosting

While Everton sent Lucas Digne to Aston Villa only a day ago, he brought the players back from Villa Park 24 hours later. 26-year-old winger Anwar El Ghazi is coming to guest for the rest of the season. Toffees did not say at the end of the campaign whether there was a purchase option, but Fabrizio Romano informs about it here is.

Villa signed a young Scottish defender

According to Football Insider, Aston Villa has agreed to sign 17-year-old midfielder Kerr Smith of Dundee United. It has also been reported elsewhere in the last 24 to 48 hours.

The young Scottish youth representative has been rumored to be followed by Crystal Palace, Southampton, Manchester United and Everton.

Aston Villa has done big business this winter, having already confirmed the signatures of Lucas Digne of Everton and Philippe Coutinha for hosting from Barcelona. This makes Smith the third signature window for Villa.


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