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Only two days remain for clubs to do business in the January transfer window and the chances of late fireworks remain slim.
Premier League clubs have reined in their spending this winter, but a number of clubs could still loosen the purse strings before deadline day.
Among those clubs are Tottenham, who are reportedly considering a late bid for Connor Gallagher. The Chelsea midfielder has long been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this month as the Blues look to balance the books in order to comply with Financial Fairplay regulations.
While Gallagher could still switch clubs before deadline day, Miguel Almiron will not be going anywhere after Al-Shabab failed to meet Newcastle’s £30million asking price for the Paraguay international.
Elsewhere, Armando Broja could also leave Chelsea, while Timothy Weah has turned down a loan move to Everton.
Below, Mail Sport takes a look at the transfer rumours on Tuesday morning.
Tottenham are reportedly considering a late bid for Connor Gallagher
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Tottenham are weighing up the opportunity of making a late bid for Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher, who has repeatedly been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this month. (The Times)
Spurs have also made an enquiry for Djurgardens wonderkid Lucas Bergvall, but the 17-year-old Sweden international midfielder is lined up to join Barcelona for £8.5m. (Mail Sport)
Miguel Almiron is expected to remain at Newcastle this month after Saudi Pro League club Al-Shabab did not meet the Magpies’ £30m valuation of the Paraguay international. (The Guardian)
Aston Villa striker Jhon Duran remains an option for Chelsea despite being out for ten weeks with a hamstring injury. (Mail Sport)
Aston Villa have had a third offer of £7.5m plus add-ons rejected for Middlesbrough forward Morgan Rogers who is valued at around £12m. (Mail Sport)
Fulham are continuing discussions for Chelsea striker Armando Broja, who could leave Stamford Bridge either on loan or permanently this month. The Albanian international has scored twice in 19 appearances in all competitions this season. (Mail Sport)
Brentford’s deal for Club Brugge winger Antonio Nusa risks being derailed after negotiations between the club have taken a ‘backward step’, but the 18-year-old remains keen to move to the Premier League. (The Athletic)
Miguel Almiron is set to remain at Newcastle this month, despite interest from Al-Shabab
Juventus forward Timothy Weah has turned down a loan move to Everton
Bayer Leverkusen and Paris Saint-Germain have discussed a possible deal for Marco Asensio, but chances of the Spain international moving to the Bundesliga are slim. (Sky Germany)
Juventus forward Timothy Weah, the son of former AC Milan and PSG great George Weah, has turned down a loan move to Everton. The US international has scored one goal and registered two assists in 19 games in all competitions this season. (The Guardian)
Sunderland have agreed a £2m deal to sign Norway Under-21 full-back Leo Fuhr Hjelde from Championship rivals Leeds. (Fabrizio Romano)
Karim Benzema could switch teams in Saudi Arabia, with Al-Ittihad in talks with one of the clubs based in the capital Riyadh over a deal for the 36-year-old. (L’Equipe – in French)
Nottingham Forest midfielder Orel Mangala is wanted by Ligue 1 club Lyon. (L’Equipe – in French)
Bournemouth winger David Brooks is set to join Southampon on loan pending his medical on Tuesday. (Mail Sport)
Bournemouth have rejected approaches from Leeds and Sheffield United for Chris Mepham. (Mail Sport)
Lazio have approached Plymouth to sign winger Morgan Whittaker. The 23-year-old has scored 15 goals and registered six assists in 28 Championship games this season. (Fabrizio Romano)