Yedlin to Galatasaray is official
The USMNT player is from Newcastle, where he fell out of favor on Steve Bruce’s squad.
West Brom wins the race for Maitland-Niles
Ainsley Maitland-Niles has been linked to a loan from Arsenal to several other Premier League clubs. The reported sticking point was the youngster’s determination to play mostly in midfield rather than as a full-back. It looks like WBA will be the team that will pick him up in his preferred position as multiple sources claim he will hit a deal in the next few hours.
Couple of free transfers
Aston Villa have allowed goalkeeper Orjan Nyland to travel to Norwich for free, while Wolves have released Roderick Miranda for Gaziantep in Turkey.
Brighton brings you in
Moises Caicedo has signed a £ 4.5 million deal with the Ecuadorian club Independiente del Valle.
Tottenham have loaned Troy Parrott to Ipswich for the remainder of the season.
From Texas to Rome …
Dallas FC reached an agreement with @ASRomaEN for homegrown defender Bryan Reynolds for a record franchise fee.
Make us proud, 🅱️🅱️🅱️!
– FC Dallas (@FCDallas) February 1, 2021
In La Liga and the Premier League, the window closes at 23:00 GMT, in Serie A at 19:00 and in the Bundesliga at 17:00. The German sides therefore have more than an hour of shadow, while the other large European units remain longer.
Leicester is moving?
Adrian Kajumba of the Mail said: “Watford’s Nathaniel Chalobah has emerged as a potential midfielder. Arsenal are reluctant to loan Ainsley Maitland-Niles to rivals Leicester and a deal that doesn’t come to fruition after talks over Rostov’s Mathias Normann.”
“Rodgers said, ‘There has been a dialogue. The movements will depend on the movement of other teams. Right now I would say 50/50 if you bet a percentage, but we’ll see how the day goes.'”
Mönchengladbach loaned Laszlo Benes to Augsburg in a Bundesliga change for the second half of the season.
Stuttgart released Ailton
The Bundesliga club released Ailton and that allowed him to travel to Denmark to join FC Midtjylland.
Alli at the latest
It now looks like Dele Alli could stay with Spurs after all!
Atalanta won someone we all probably signed for our team at FIFA or Football Manager at some point …
Interesting from Italy
And one that doesn’t have to meet the deadline …
Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Parma aims to bring back Graziano Pellè more than eight years after his last appearance for the club
Pellè is currently a free agent, so any deal can be concluded beyond today’s transfer deadline of 8 p.m. (local time).
– Receive Italian football news (@_GIFN) February 1, 2021
Some news for Gunners and Saints fans
Southampton have ended their interest in Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles after growing frustrated negotiations with their agents. # Saintsfc will have additional goals until 11 p.m.
– Adam Blackmore (@AdamBlackmore) February 1, 2021
Eriksen is not going anywhere
One of the big names rumored to be possibly on the move today is Christian Eriksen, but Inter Milan say their Danish playmaker will stay on the field and knock back proposals for a loan exit.
Man City seems ready to loan several young prospects today to continue their professional advancement. One of them was confirmed when Taylor Harwood-Bellis joined Blackburn for the remainder of the season.
Alli-PSG at the latest
The mail reports that PSG have been turned down by Spurs for the third time to recruit Dele Alli. They say the player and Jose Mourinho are on board for the broadcast, but chairman Daniel Levy is holding things up.
Schalke’s Kabak replacement?
Perhaps this is the deal that will allow Liverpool to get their man …
🚨 | Schalke has asked about Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi, who, according to Sky Germany, is allowed to leave for around 2 million euros.
– Receive German football news (@GGFN_) February 1, 2021
Arsenal have loaned midfielder Matt Smith to his London counterpart Charlton Athletic for the remainder of the season. Smith has played regularly in the Premier League for Charlton’s rival Swindon this season.
Marko Pajac came to Brescia from Caligari for an undisclosed fee.