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Transfer Deadline Day live tracker 2023: Latest news, updates as January winter window closes

Expect another wild 24-48 hours as Europe’s 2023 January winter transfer window comes to a close with a host of clubs across the continent hoping to use the urgency brought by the deadline to get deals done.

The top leagues in Europe will all see their winter window close at the end of day on Tuesday, January 31, but other countries have extended deadlines, such as Portugal (Feb. 2), Turkey (Feb. 8), and Serbia (Feb. 10). 

After the window closes, teams are limited to signing players who are free agents and out of contract. If there is a transfer from another club involved, it will have to wait until the summer 2023 window opens.

Here are some of the reported potential player moves we’re watching closely for the latest news and updates. They include: 

MORE: Updated list of most expensive deals of January 2023 winter window

Transfer Deadline Day tracker

Here is the list of notable deals that are official and have been formally announced by the clubs involved (most recent transfers at the top):

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Transfer Deadline Day news

Here are the latest updates on the biggest transfer stories of the moment:

Pedro Porro to Spurs back on (Mon, 20:23 GMT / 15:23 ET)

After The Athletic’s David Ornstein reported that the €45m transfer for the right-back fell through, Fabrizio Romano says that the two parties have finally reached agreement. Spurs are about to have a new right-back.

Weston McKennie to Leeds United (Mon, 17:56 GMT / 12:56 ET)

The American cleared his medical on Monday and the player himself announced the deal from Juventus was done: a £1.3m loan + purchase option of £35m + add-ons deal reportedly running through June 2028 with an option for the 2028/29 season.

Chelsea agree Enzo Fernandez fee (Mon, 17:40 GMT / 12:40 ET)

According to transfer journalist Graeme Bailey, Chelsea have now agreed a £115m British record fee for Fernandez.

Despite his release clause being set at £105m, they have agreed to pay more in instalments to Benfica in order to secure his signature now.

Here’s the full lowdown on Enzo Fernandez’s move to Chelsea.

Everton table offer for Conor Gallagher (Mon, 15:45 GMT / 08:45 ET)

Everton have submitted an offer of £40m with a further £5m in add-ons for Conor Gallagher.

Just hours after confirming Sean Dyche as their new manager and with money received from Anthony Gordon’s departure in the bank, the Toffees are attempting to sign the Chelsea midfielder.

The report claims Gallagher is unlikely to want to leave the Blues for a relegation-threatened Everton however.

Inter make enquiry for Harry Maguire (Mon, 15:00 GMT / 08:00 ET)

Inter Milan have sounded out the possibility of signing Harry Maguire, according to the Daily Mail.

The Serie A giants look set to allow Milan Skriniar to join PSG and are on the lookout for centre-backs and out-of-favour Maguire is seen as an option.

However, the report suggests Maguire wants to wait until the summer to make any decision on his future, meaning a deal in the next 36 hours looks unlikely.

Joao Cancelo to Bayern Munich (Mon, 12:34 GMT / 07:34 ET)

Well, this has happened fast. Joao Cancelo looks to be on a verge of signing for Bayern Munich on loan from Manchester City. According to Pol Ballus of The Athletic, the deal will likely include a buy option in the region of £65m. Cancelo has lost his starting place at City in recent weeks, with Pep Guardiola preferring Rico Lewis, John Stones and even Nathan Ake in the full-back roles.

MORE: Why Joao Cancelo is leaving Man City for Bayern Munich

Milan Skriniar to PSG (Mon, 09:30 GMT / 04:56 ET)

Milan Skriniar is heading to PSG, but the only question is when. Since his Inter contract expires in June 2023, the centre-back has already signed a pre-deal with the French champions beginning then. The clubs are still negotiating on a potential fee to have him arrive in January. It’s clear Inter Milan have little leverage.

Moises Caicedo to Arsenal (Mon, 08:30 GMT / 03:30 ET)

Arsenal have upped their bid to £70m, but that was rejected by Brighton on Sunday night as the club insists they do not want to transfer their prized midfielder.

MORE: When does the 2023 January transfer window close?

Transfer Deadline Day reports, rumours

This table contains a roundup of players we’re tracking based on reports and rumors of a potential transfer (in alphabetical order):


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