It seems like just yesterday that the January transfer window opened, and with just four days left in the transfer window, expect plenty of rumored deals to finally get done.
Already this January, players like Demba Ba (Newcastle to Chelsea), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace to Manchester United), Wesley Sneijder (Inter to Galatasaray) and Loic Remy (Marseille to QPR) have switched clubs.
With four busy days ahead, there are plenty of deals that are still to be completed.
Here is a complete guide for what to watch during the final four days of the January transfer window.
In January 2011, the football world was shocked when Fernando Torres moved from Liverpool to Chelsea, and Andy Carroll was brought into Liverpool from Newcastle.
Both signings were record deals, and both did not pay off in the long run—Torres is still struggling at Stamford Bridge, while Carroll is out on loan at West Ham United at the moment.
Last January, the biggest fee for an EPL player was just 10 million pounds, which was paid by Newcastle United to bring Papiss Cisse in from Freiburg.
Once again, do not expect any lucrative deals in this transfer window as Financial Fair Play has begun to make a real impact on the big-spending clubs.
Turkish champions Galatasaray already made a huge transfer splash this month with the signing of Inter's Wesley Sneijder.
It looks like another star player could be ready to make a move to the Turk Telekom Arena.
Former Chelsea forward Didier Drogba was linked with a move to the club on Sunday (via BBC Sport).
Working on an agreement with the Ivorian's current club Shanghai Shenhua could prove to be difficult with Drogba currently out on international duty at the African Cup of Nations.
If Drogba were to move to Galatasaray, it would be a permanent deal, as he can not make a loan move due to FIFA restrictions.
If there is one thing that is a sure thing in the middle of an unexpected transfer window, it is a late move by Tottenham Hostpur.
Over the summer, Spurs swooped in at the last minute to sign Clint Dempsey from Fulham.
Last January, Louis Saha was the player brought in at the last minute by former manager Harry Redknapp.
Spurs have once again been eerily quiet since the capture of Lewis Holtby earlier this month (via Daily Mail).
If the North London outfit were to make a surprise signing, expect it to come at the forward position as the club contains just two first-team players at the position.
Another possible surprise move could be the early arrival of Holtby to White Hart Lane, which is something that chairman Daniel Levy is desperately trying to accomplish (via Daily Mail).
The top three clubs in the EPL have been relatively quiet this January in the transfer market.
Expect Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea to stay that way over the final few days of the transfer window.
Both United and Chelsea have made one move each—Wilfried Zaha arrived at Old Trafford before being sent back out to Crystal Palace on loan for the rest of the season, while the Blues brought in Demba Ba from Newcastle earlier this month.
As for Manchester City, manager Roberto Mancini has admitted they will not do any buying or selling this January (via The Independent).
Throughout January, Norwich City have been linked with Celtic's Gary Hooper with two bids already being rejected by the Scottish champions (via ESPN UK).
Over the weekend, the search for another forward was extended to Portugal, as the Canaries made a bid for Sporting Lisbon's Ricky van Wolfswinkel (via Daily Mail).
Chris Hughton's current group of forwards at Carrow Road have combined for six goals, with Grant Holt scoring the majority of those goals with a club-leading four.
On Friday, ESPN reported that Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho believes that a move back to AC Milan would benefit Kaka.
While the loan move back to Italy for the 30-year-old seems to be dead, do not be surprised if something comes about in the next four days about the Brazilian's future.
Inter Milan are close to selling Philippe Coutinho to Liverpool with a bid being accepted by the San Siro club over the weekend (via Daily Mail).
Now, with the 20-year-old Brazilian midfielder on the way out of Inter Milan, the Serie A giants will be looking to use the money from his transfer to bring in a replacement.
Sky Sports reported on Sunday that Inter president Massimo Moratti is preparing for life without Coutinho.
No specific targets have been named yet, but expect the Nerazzurri to be linked with a few players in the final few days of the transfer window.
One of the players who has been in the news over the past week has been Leeds United forward Luciano Becchio.
The 29-year-old Argentinian forward handed in a transfer request last week after it was revealed his wage demands were not matched by his current club (via Daily Mail).
In a move that fueled his potential transfer even more, Becchio was not in the Leeds United team that defeated Tottenham at Elland Road in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
It seems as though Becchio could realistically leave the club in the next week, as both player and club have arrived at a crossroads that can only be solved by a transfer.
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