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CHARLIE AUSTIN – QPR to SOUTHAMPTON (£4 million – Dh20 million)
The 26-year-old was one of the stars of last season, but his 18-goal haul in his maiden top-flight season was not enough to help the west Londoners retain their Barclays Premier League status.
Austin had been widely expected to leave Loftus Road over the summer but remained after QPR stood firm on their £15million valuation of the forward, whose contract expired at the end of the season.
SAM BYRAM – LEEDS to EVERTON (£3.7 million – Dh19.4 million)
Roberto Martinez has confirmed a fee has been agreed with Leeds over the 22-yearold right-back but confirmation is likely to come next week. Byram will provide cover and competition for Seamus Coleman.
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR – UNATTACHED to CRYSTAL PALACE (Free)
Alan Pardew is mulling over bringing the Ivorian to Palace due to his poor striking resources which has seen his five frontmen score one goal between them. Adebayor was released by Spurs in September.
PABLO SARABIA – GETAFE to WATFORD (€2 million – Dh8 million)
Quique Sanchez Flores worked with the right-winger last season at Getafe and wants to bring the skillful winger to Vicarage Road. Sarabia is out of contract in the summer and is commanding a minimal fee.
NORDIN AMRABAT – MALAGA to WATFORD (€8 million – Dh32 million)
The Moroccan forward is said to be in advanced talks with Watford’s owners after the Hornets activated his release clause. Amrabat plays mainly through the centre but has been goalless in La Liga this season.
INAKI WILLIAMS – ATLETICO BILBAO to LIVERPOOL (€20 million – Dh 80.4 million)
The Spanish Under-21 star is more likely to a summer target for the Reds who scouted the forward this week. Williams has scored 10 in 21 for Athletic who are sure to resist any offers as they target a European berth.
Alex Teixeira is the latest star to emerge at Shakhtar Donetsk. The Brazilian has been hotly tipped to make a move to Premier League champions Chelsea.
Bournemouth have wasted no time making their first move in the transfer window with the loan capture of winger Juan Iturbe from Roma.
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The 22-year-old, an Argentina Under-20 international, joins Eddie Howe’s team for the rest of the season subject to endorsement from the Football Association and a work permit.
Bournemouth have the option of making the move permanent in the summer for an undisclosed fee.
Iturbe, who has scored three goals in 39 league appearances for Roma, had been heavily linked with a move to the south coast and he revealed Bournemouth’s desire to sign him was the clinching factor.
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He told Cherries Player: “It’s a big opportunity for me to come and play in the Premier League. I’d like to thank everyone for making this move happen and I’m very pleased to be here.
“There were a few clubs that were interested but things happened pretty quickly and once this process was under way it was a straightforward decision for me to make.“
Iturbe has made 19 appearances for Roma this season, scoring his only goal against Frosinone in September. He trained with his new team-mates on Friday but will not be eligible for Saturday’s trip to Leicester.
We called the Iturbe to Bournemouth deal a 10/10 in our guide to the most likely January Serie A transfers, will our other predictions be quite so accurate?