Transfers: PSG win race to sign Guedes

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The rush is on… With just a few days to go until the end of the January transfer window, clubs are scrambling for last minute additions as they attempt to bolster their squads for the rest of the season.

Sport360 brings you latest news on some of the latest big transfers.

JOLEON LESCOTT (Unattached to Sunderland)

DONE DEAL – Free

Davis Moyes is sticking to what he knows by bringing in defender Lescott on a free, a player he worked with for three years at Everton. Lescott was released by AEK Athens in November and is the seventh former player of Moyes to join him in the north east.

ADRIAN RAMOS (Dortmund to Granada)
DONE DEAL – Loan

With Thomas Tuchel settled on a more youthful approach, the 31-year-old Colombian forward has moved to Spain until the end of the season. Ramos has started four league games this season and should transfer to a Chinese club in the summer.

LEON BAILEY (Genk to Leverkusen)
NEW TARGET – €20m (Dh78.9m)

Bayer coach Roger Schmidt has confirmed the club’s interest in the Jamaican winger, 19, who was left out of Genk’s matchday squad on Monday. Schmidt said: “He’s got a lot of pace, he’s technically skilled, and someone we are looking at in the long run.”

LUIS HERNANDEZ (Leicester to Malaga)
DONE DEAL – £1.7m (Dh7.8m)

Just six months after joining the Premier League champions on a free transfer from Sporting Gijon, the 27-year-old defender has returned to Spain. Hernandez made just nine appearances for the Foxes and struggled to settle in Leicester.

Luis Hernandez.

Luis Hernandez.

GONCALO GUEDES (Benfica to PSG)
FEE AGREED – €25m (Dh98.7m)

Young Portuguese forward Guedes, 20, was in Paris last night to complete his transfer to the French champions. PSG may possess huge resources but outside of Edinson Cavani (20) and Lucas (6) no player has more than two goals in Ligue 1 this term.

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Transfers: Deulofeu joins Milan, Dortmund sign 'new Ibra'

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The rush is on… With just one week to go until the end of the January transfer window, clubs are scrambling for last minute additions as they attempt to bolster their squads for the rest of the season.

Sport360 brings you latest news on some of the latest big transfers.

ALEXANDER ISAK (AIK Solna to Borussia Dortmund)

DONE DEAL – €10m (Dh39.3m)

Cue all the next ‘Zlatan Ibrahimovic’ shouts as Borussia Dortmund have snapped up the talented 17-year-old frontman despite the Swede attracting interest from Real Madrid. Isak has scored 10 league goals in 24 appearances for AIK this 2017 season.

GERARD DEULOFEU (Everton to AC Milan)
DONE DEAL – LOAN

It’s testament to Deulofeu’s untapped talent that he can be marginalised at Everton, yet still earn a move to AC Milan. Given how Vincenzo Montella has developed the Rossoneri’s young core, Deulofeu will hope similar things can kick-start his career.

LAZAR MARKOVIC (Liverpool to Hull City)
DONE DEAL – LOAN

The exiled Liverpool winger will not be returning to Anfield after his season-longloan at Sporting Lisbon was cut short after a miserable spell in Portugal. Premier League strugglers Hull City have moved quickly to land the 22-year-old Serb on loan.

MAURO ZARATE (Fiorentina to Watford)
FEE AGREED – LOAN

The Argentine’s move from Fiorentina to Watford has been delayed so that tomorrow night’s Coppa Italia game counts as one of the games of his current ban. However, the deal is all-but done with the Hornets given the option to buy the striker in the summer.

PATRICK VAN AANHOLT (Sunderland to Crystal Palace)
IN TALKS – £12m (Dh55m)

It seems like a bizarre decision for Sunderland to let the Dutchman leave for a relegation rival but Palace boss Sam Allardyce has made a new left-back one of his top priorities during the window as he looks to fill the void left by Pape Souare’s long-term injury.

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Transfers: Depay off to Lyon, Barca eye Syrian youngster

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The heat is boiling up in the Transfer Window battle to get the team balances right.

The third week of January is about to end and teams from all of Europe are speculating on their chances to sign players they need.

Here, Sport360 brings you the latest news on some of Saturday’s biggest transfers.

MEMPHIS DEPAY (Manchester United to Lyon)
DONE DEAL – £16m (Dh72.6m)

Having featured for just eight minutes since October, the Dutch forward’s torment at Old Trafford has ended with a fresh start in France. Depay is still only 22 and, given Lyon’s reputation for developing players, this could be a fine move.

JOSE FONTE (Southampton to West Ham)
DONE DEAL – £8m (Dh36.3m)

West Ham have been throwing money around to try and buy a striker but have landed a veteran defender instead with Fonte’s contract impasse at Saints leading to an exit. At 33, he offers plenty of experience but perhaps not much longevity.

SAIDO BERAHINO (West Brom to Stoke)
DONE DEAL – £12m (Dh54.5m)

The winter window wouldn’t be complete without a Berahino rumour or 10 but the striker has finally got his wish with a move away. The fee includes add-ons but is considerably lower than the value placed on him 12 months ago.

GERARD DEULOFEU (Everton to AC Milan)
DEAL AGREED – LOAN

The Rossoneri have agreed to sign the Spanish forward on loan until the end of the season but the transfer is yet to be confirmed by Everton. Deulofeu has found himself frozen out by Ronald Koeman after a series of ineffective displays.

MAHMOUD DAHOUD (‘Gladbach to Barcelona)
INTEREST

The Syrian-born midfielder is a long-term target of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp but Barcelona have reportedly been scouting the 21-year-old. Gladbach have also opened contrack talks but if Dahoud is to leave, it will be more likely in the summer.

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