Coutinho’s future is up in the air, as is Manchester United’s latest signing, Anthony Martial.


Coutinho’s future is up in the air, Manchester United’s latest signing is Martial, and Newcastle’s first signing is Coutinho.

EXPRESS SPORT brings you the most up-to-date Premier League and international transfer news.

The first week of the January transfer window is drawing to a close, and while some teams have made an immediate impact, others are still waiting to get started.

As a number of transfers near completion, clubs like Newcastle, Aston Villa, and Manchester United may see changes today.

Since Everton signed Nathan Patterson for up to £16 million on Tuesday, it’s been a relatively quiet few days in the Premier League, but Newcastle have made a strong start on Friday.

Other major transfers are in the works, with wanted-again stars Philippe Coutinho and Anthony Martial set to make decisions on their futures soon.

Newcastle are still on the lookout for a number of players, despite the excitement surrounding Kieran Trippier’s arrival from Atletico Madrid.

Express Sport will walk you through it all, with the most important stories gathered below:

Anthony Martial is rumored to have told Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick that he wants to leave in January.

The Frenchman has been unable to make an impact this season, and at the age of 26, he understandably believes that the next stage of his career should be spent elsewhere.

Newcastle and Barcelona are rumored to have approached Sevilla with an offer, which the Red Devils turned down.

It’s likely that more developments on his future will emerge this month; it’s unclear whether they’ll arrive today.

Fans of Aston Villa, fasten your seatbelts: Sky Sports reports that Philippe Coutinho has already made up his mind about his future and will make an announcement today.

Arsenal, Newcastle, and Everton have all been mentioned in recent weeks as possible candidates.

As Barcelona attempts to clear space on their wage bill, an 18-month loan deal has been touted.

In his press conference on Thursday, Villa manager Steven Gerrard expressed his admiration for the Brazilian, who he used to play with at Liverpool.

There are no prizes for predicting this.

Newcastle United has confirmed the signing of Kieran Trippier, describing him as “the first signing of their new era.”

Many expect the former Atletico Madrid player to be followed by others, given the Saudi wealth.

“Brinkwire News Summary.”


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