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Transfer Deadline Day: Possible Premier League Movers, including Fellaini, Carrasco and Tielemans – Football

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English shopper, 11pm GMT on Thursday (January 31)

We take a look at some of the big names …

Marouane Fellaini

Marouane Fellaini: The Belgian midfielder (right) pictured in training with Alexis Sanchez in January

Marouane Fellaini (right): Pictured in training with Alexis Sanchez in January

The Belgian midfielder's departure from Manchester United is a fast-growing case of when, rather than if.

Shandong Luneng Taishan, and Sky Italy claim the 31-year-old has signed a three-year contract.

Jose Mourinho's favorite looks destined to depart. They were not in the Gunnar Solskjaer's squad as the Red Devils drew.

There will be no particular rush on the day of the transaction, with their transfer window open until February 28.

Fellaini first arrived in England with Everton in 2008, making David Moyes to Man United. They also made 177 appearances for the Red Devils, scoring 22 and assisting 12 goals as they did.

On Tuesday they were 7/4 with Sky But to join a Chinese club before going to the odds-on and the bookmaker is the market down.

Yannick Carrasco

Yannick Carrasco: Swapping the Chinese Super League for the Premier League?

Yannick Carrasco: Swapping the Chinese Super League for the Premier League?

Fellaini is one of Belgium's to go to the other way.

The 25-year-old impressed at the World Cup six months after joining Nicolas Gaitan is going to score seven games in the Super League.

Sky Sports Ivan Perisic of Inter Milan.

Arsenal made an offer for an international trade loan Sky in Italy, but the Serie A side turned it down.

Sky Bet make AC Milan odds-on favorites to sign him this month, either on loan or permanently, with Arsenal 9/4 and 3/1 available for him to stay in Dalian Yifang.

Michy Batshuayi

Michy Batshuayi (Center): The Belgian Scores against the Young Boys in the Champions League

Michy Batshuayi (Center): The Belgian Scores for Valencia in the Champions League

West Ham are considering making approach Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi on loan, say Sky.

The Belgian international, also the reported target for Everton, has spent the first half of the year with a defeat to Sporting Gijon on January 8th.

West Ham are in the market to add depth to their forward line this month.

Chelsea's preference is to sell Batshuayi is a permanent deal, rather than agreeing to another loan.

Any Everton move for Batshuayi would hinge on the club being able to sell Turkish striker Cenk Tosun.

Crystal Palace has enquired into the availability of Tosun, who has scored only seven goals in 33 appearances since joining Everton from Besiktas for £ 27m last January.

Lucas Perez

Lucas Perez of West Ham celebrates after scoring a goal

Lucas Perez celebrates after scoring a goal for West Ham

He was joined by West Ham from Arsenal in the summer, but Lucas Perez could be on his way out of London, and the Premier League.

The Spanish forward, who scored five goals in the appearances for the Hammers, could be heading to the Bundesliga.

Schalke are in the talks with the club about bringing the 30-year-old in on a loan of $ 4.5m in the summer.

Idrissa Gueye

PSG have already seen a £ 21.5m bid rejected by the Senegalese midfielder, who has handed in a transfer request for a parc des Princes.

Reports in France suggest that Everton chiefs were ready to reluctantly accept an offer before manager Marco Silva threatened to resign if a deal materialized.

The Ligue 1 champions want Gueye despite signing Argentine midfielder Leandro Paredes earlier this week and it will be interesting to see Silva happy.

In their latest January transfer window specials, Sky Bet make Gueye 8/11 to stay on Merseyside and evens to join PSG.

Sky Sports also say Manchester City and Arsenal are interested in the 29-year-old.

Vincent Janssen

Vincent Janssen

Vincent Janssen

Real Betis are in talks with Tottenham over the sign of the striker Vincent Janssen, according to Sky Sports.

Betis are said to be offering a loan deal, with a Tottenham value at £ 15m.

Sky Sports News reported on Tuesday at Tottenham.

The Netherlands international, who joined Spurs from AZ Alkmaar on a four-year contract for a fee for a £ 18.6m, has not featured at all for Mauricio Pochettino this season after struggling for fitness due to a foot injury.

Maxi Gomez

West Ham are close to agreeing a deal with Cello Vigo that would be striker Maxi Gomez arrive in the summer. Gomez will remain at Celta Vigo for the rest of the season.

The compromise means West Ham is a £ 43.3m release clause – thought the fee will be around £ 40m.

Georges-Kevin N’Koudou

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou

Tottenham forward Georges-Kevin Nkoudou is in talks with Monaco over a loan move.

The 23-year-old has been a spur since joining the Marseille for £ 9million in the summer of 2016 and is set to return to his homeland.

He made his first start in two years in the Sunday, and he missed out on the Crystal Palace.

Harry Winks' last-gasp winner against Fulham 10 days ago.

But Spurs are in talks with the Ligue 1 side, who has recently been sacked by Henry Henry, and with a boss Leonardo Jardim, and a deal looks set to get done before Thursday's transfer deadline.

Adrien Silva-Youri Tielemans swap?

Adrien Silva and Youri Tielemans: Swapping clubs this January

Adrien Silva and Youri Tielemans: Swapping clubs this January?

Leicester's Portuguese midfielder has attracted interest across Europe and Monaco.

The Ligue 1 club, who re-appointed Leonardo Jardim as their manager last week, are 1/8 favorites to secure his signature.

There is a swap with Leicester going with the other way.

The Belgian midfielder, 23, has attracted the interest of Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham and Newcastle.

The deal was said to be the day of the day.

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Odds correct as of 1800 GMT on 30/01/18

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