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David Luiz. De Bruyne. Diego Costa. Sven Botman, 20, Lille. Frank Leboeuf questions what's going on behind the scenes at Arsenal after their defeat to Wolves.
Ultimately Arsenal need strengthening in a number of areas, but Arteta wanted two midfielders in the summer and only got one Thomas Partey.
He may look to prioritise that position in addition to upgrading at centre-back if enough fringe players can be moved on.
Arsenal had one bid for Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar rejected in the summer, and they retain an interest. They have also been tracking Szoboszlai, along with a host of other clubs around Europe.
In an ideal world, Arsenal would receive a fee for Mesut Ozil and Sokratis Papastathopoulos before their contracts expire next summer.
Left-back Sead Kolasinac is likely to be made available, while youngsters William Saliba and Emile Smith Rowe could be allowed to leave on loan to gain regular first-team football.
Third-choice goalkeeper Matt Macey will also be allowed to go. Talks have stalled with Shkodran Mustafi over a new deal, but the club have not yet given up hope.
They also want to extend Folarin Balogun 's contract given that the promising teenage striker's deal runs out at the end of the season.
Rodrigo de Paul, 26, Udinese. The Italian club are no novices in the transfer market and it would take a lot of convincing to see them sell their No.
Ale Moreno outlines the scenarios where Lionel Messi would either stay or leave Barcelona after the season. Budget: Nothing in theory, unless players are sold -- although exceptions may be made in the case of players whose contracts are expiring and can be signed for cheap.
Barca coach Ronald Koeman has made it clear what he wants: a centre-back and a centre-forward. That's a good starting point, but this side is also lacking players able to play in the two-man midfield as part of Koeman's formation.
That area is more likely to be addressed next summer, though. They will try again for both. If they cannot agree a deal for Garcia, they will sign him for free next summer when his contract expires.
In the meantime, they could look for a short-term fix to cover the injured Gerard Pique , although options are sparse and memories of wasted money on Jeison Murillo two years ago linger.
Depay's future will depend on Barca being able to move on other players first. Defenders Junior Firpo and Samuel Umtiti are on the market, while before the latest bout of injuries, the club would have listened to loan offers for midfielder Riqui Puig and Carles Alena.
Brazilian midfielder Matheus Fernandes is surplus to requirements and, in attack, Martin Braithwaite could leave if there's interest, although the Danish striker is adamant he wants to stay and prove himself.
Winger Ousmane Dembele has played an increasingly important role in recent weeks, but his reluctance to extend his contract beyond means Barca may still consider offers amid the threat of losing him for free in 18 months.
The big one is Messi. The forward is free to negotiate with clubs outside Spain in January with his deal up in June.
As far as talks with Barca go, though, the Catalan club must wait until Jan. Results and performances on the pitch and the incoming board's project will be key to getting Messi to commit.
Elsewhere, four players signed new terms in October Pique, Marc-Andre ter Stegen , Frenkie de Jong and Clement Lenglet , but Barca would still like to add another year to Dembele's deal -- to protect his value as much as anything -- and also hand young Ansu Fati new terms relative to his increased standing in the squad.
Javi Martinez, 32, Bayern. Barcelona are currently without a president, a functioning board or even a long-term sporting strategy Sid Lowe says it's in everyone's best interest for Sergio Ramos to stay at Real Madrid with the January window approaching.
Budget: None. They'd prefer to wait until next summer in the hope that the club will be in better financial shape, and that the calibre of player that would genuinely improve the squad will be available.
An alternative to Karim Benzema at centre-forward, given that there seems to be a complete lack of faith in Luka Jovic and the underused Mariano Diaz.
Otherwise, the squad is strong, with options in defence, midfield and out wide. A suitable backup for defensive midfielder Casemiro has been a long-term issue, but the club seem in no hurry to address it.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe is still president Florentino Perez's dream signing -- with Mbappe's contract expiring in , he might be within reach in the summer of , but not before then.
Madrid are desperate not to anger PSG in the process, though. Isco had previously been keen to stay and fight for his place but now appears to have finally accepted that he'd be better off with a fresh start elsewhere.
A top Premier League club would be his preferred destination if an acceptable offer comes in. Captain Sergio Ramos is the name on everyone's lips -- his contract is up in the summer.
The most likely scenario is that after all the noise, a two-year deal is eventually struck. Decisions must also be made on Luka Modric and Lucas Vazquez , both of whom are out of contract in June, too.
Olivier Giroud, 34, Chelsea. As a short-term back-up option for Benzema, the Chelsea striker, whose contract expires next summer, certainly has the experience and pedigree to make himself useful for the Spanish giants.
Though the league goals have dried up , he still keeps scoring for his country. Budget: Minimal. Bayern Munich were conservative in the summer, and the budget will be limited in the winter as well.
Without a real summer break following their Champions League win at the mini-tournament in Lisbon back in August, Bayern have had the busiest schedule in the Bundesliga.
Key players like Joshua Kimmich , Alphonso Davies and Lucas Hernandez have all struggled with injuries, and others have also been sidelined.
In a bid to strengthen their defence and also brace for the exits of David Alaba and, possibly, Jerome Boateng , Bayern are reportedly in the race for Upamecano, but any transfer would not happen before the summer.
Exciting young Portuguese midfielder Tiago Dantas already joined in the summer, and the year-old will be eligible to play for the first-team from January.
Alaba's contract is up in the summer. The Austria international has been singled out by the club for his exorbitant wage demands, and a new deal at Bayern looks unlikely after a public falling-out.
Attacker Joshua Zirkzee , 19, could seek playing time elsewhere as he has dropped down the pecking order with Eric-Maxim Choupo Moting and Robert Lewandowski ahead of him.
Boateng and Alaba are only under contract until the end of the season, and while World Cup winner Boateng could still decide to stay, Alaba appears to be leaving.
Leon Goretzka , Niklas Sule and Corentin Tolisso are all tied down until and are next on the agenda. Over the past 18 months, Goretzka has become an influential figure in Bayern's midfield; Sule has yet to find his form and weight after his anterior ligament injury in and could become part of a major shakeup of Bayern's defence next summer.
Mohamed Simakan, 20, Strasbourg. The French centre-back would also be able to fill in at right-back and possibly put in a shift as a holding midfielder.
He is likely to be available for a fee which is affordable even in an austere January market. Operating on a tight budget this winter, there is no money for any big transfers.
Dortmund's squad has the right depth, but they have struggled with injuries and form at full-back on both sides. There is a significant gap behind Raphael Guerreiro on the left and summer signing Thomas Meunier has been far from impressive at right-back.
Midfielder Tobias Raschl , 20, will fancy his chances elsewhere as he's failed to get significant minutes for Dortmund.
With the club still in three competitions and their usual hiccups forcing them into a race for a Champions League spot once again, they are likely to keep their remaining players.
But some of them might leave Dortmund in the summer as the club continue to rebuild. Coach Lucien Favre will also be out of contract in the summer and BVB's search for the next championship-winning coach to succeed Klopp could prove more crucial for the club's future than any negotiations with players.
Joakim Maehle, 23, Racing Genk. The industrious Dane could challenge for a place at right wing-back or even deputise on the opposite side.
Gab Marcotti urges patience with Andrea Pirlo as he tries to steer Juventus in a different direction. What does the team need? The midfield remains the club's weakest spot, with Arthur having struggling so far after arriving from Barcelona in a swap deal with Miralem Pjanic.
The team generally lack quality on the ball in the middle of the park. Who are the major targets? Manchester United 's Paul Pogba , a former midfield partner at Juve to manager Andrea Pirlo, remains their top target, but the chances of him arriving in January are very low.
Hakan Calhanoglu could arrive from Milan, though the Rossoneri are unlikely to want to strengthen a direct rival for the title. Who could be leaving?
Again, unlikely to be in January, but serious question marks remain over the future of Paulo Dybala , who just doesn't seem to have a slot in Pirlo's system.
Perhaps one for the summer. Any new contracts? Talks continue over the future of Dybala, but the two parties remain far apart.
Potential extensions for veteran pair Giorgio Chiellini and Gianluigi Buffon are also likely to be discussed. Jorginho, 28, Chelsea.
The Serie A champions are lacking what manager Andrea Pirlo used to bring them as a player: a ball-playing, composed, deep-lying central midfielder who's able to dictate the rhythm of the game.
Milan are still very much a work in progress, but their recent theme of signing talented youngsters along with the odd veteran to bring about experience appears to be working.
The "new Milan" are not looking at big names, but rather players who will help shape the club moving forward. They will be on the lookout for bargain deals that serve a purpose, and they've been successful in finding them over the years.
Calhanoglu has been linked with a move to Juventus and a host of other clubs in Europe, but Milan will hope to hold on to him until at least the summer.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is the name on everyone's lips, and Milan will be hoping they can extend the year-old's deal as he has been brilliant so far this season.
Milan are also keen on making Diogo Dalot 's loan move permanent, but will need to persuade Manchester United to let him go.