↔️ 2024 January Transfer Window: When does it open? News and Daily Updates

The January 2024 transfer window is set to provide us with many more expensive transfers.

The 2023-24 January window opens its doors on Monday, 1 January 2024 and will close on Thursday, 1 February at 11pm GMT.

The first confirmed transfer of January 2024 saw Brighton sign 18-year-old Romanian winger Adrian Mazilu from Farul Constanta for £2.5m. It was completed a few months before the winter window opened as Mazilu was allowed to finish 2023 with the Romanian team.

Players out of contract in 2024 will also be able to negotiate summer transfers with foreign clubs once the January window opens. Kylian Mbappe is the biggest name in world football whose contract is due to expire in 2024. Mbappe has informed PSG that he will not sign an extension, opening the door for a free transfer move to Real Madrid. Gunners have even been linked to Mbappe, as have Liverpool.

Who does your club need to bolster their team, to battle for the Europa League Spot, the top 4 or to Challenge for the title?

Feel free to share key transfers expected in January 2024, Incoming and Outgoings among the top 5 leagues in Europe.


Chelsea and Arsenal are in the market for a top-class centre forward. The likes of Dusan Vlahovic, Victor Osimhen and Ivan Toney have all been shortlisted by both teams.

Man Utd are looking to bring in at least four new players in January; a right winger, a centre back, a defensive midfielder and a number eight. They also could offload a number of players, with Jadon Sancho and Donny van de Beek transfer listed, and Casemiro’s future up in the air.

Tottenham need more depth in their squad and will likely sign an attacking winger at the very least. Newcastle, meanwhile, have an injury crisis and may bring more bodies in. A centre midfield to replace the suspended Sandro Tonali is a necessity. Further down the table teams are looking to buy in order to avoid relegation.


:rotating_light: Donny Van de Beek wants to leave Manchester United and has offered himself to Barcelona as a replacement for Gavi! :flushed:

(Source: @sport)


:rotating_light: Real Madrid have given Kylian Mbappé an ultimatum: They will send him a contract offer on January 1st and will give him 15 days to respond.

Once this deadline has passed, the Spanish club will prioritise the signing of Erling Haaland.

[Source: @diarioAS]


:rotating_light: Rodrigo De Paul is considered untouchable at Atlético Madrid. He’s not for sale! :argentina:

[Source: @marca]


:rotating_light: Bayern Munich were interested in Nordi Mukiele but PSG rejected any discussion for the defender! :x:

(Source: @BILD)


:triumph: Barcelona have missed more big chances than any other team in Europe’s top five leagues this season (34)


:rotating_light: Atlético Madrid wants to sign Tiago Djaló in January! :portugal:

Juventus and Inter Milan are also in the mix for the defender.

(Source: @Gazzetta_it)


:rotating_light: Juventus are set to pull out of a deal to sign Manchester United’s 23-year-old forward Jadon Sancho.

(Source: Tuttosport)


:rotating_light: Tottenham are considering signing defender Ben Godfrey in January, who has found his game-time limited at Everton.

(Source: @talkSPORT )


:rotating_light: Frank Lampard and Dean Smith are competing to take over at MLS side Charlotte FC.

(Source: @TheAthleticFC )


:rotating_light: Ferran Torres wants to leave Barcelona! :wave:

The player is tired of his status as a substitute and the arrival of Vitor Roque will not help his situation.

In addition, relations between the player’s agent and Barça management are not good.

(Source: as)


:rotating_light: Barcelona head coach Xavi really admires Julián Álvarez and sees him as an option for the future.

[Source: @sport]



:rotating_light: Richarlison is a target for Saudi Pro League clubs, but Tottenham are unlikely to sell for less than the £60m they paid Everton for him.

(Source: 90 Min)


:rotating_light: Real Madrid are ready to offer Kylian Mbappé whose PSG contract expires next summer, a deal - but he must make a decision by 15 January.

(Source: AS)


:rotating_light: West Ham and Crystal Palace are both keen on a January move for Hugo Ekitiké, who PSG would be willing to loan out or sell for the right price.

(Source: Evening Standard)


:rotating_light: Juventus hope to persuade Manchester City to carry on paying most of Kalvin Phillips’ wages if he joins them next month.

(Source: Sun Sport)


:rotating_light: West Ham must pay more than £40m if they want Inter midfielder Hakan Çalhanoğlu.

(Source: Calciomercato)


Chelsea are reportedly working on a deal to send Mykhailo Mudryk on loan for the second-half of the 2023-24 season, according to sensational reports from Spain.

Fichajes’ report states that Chelsea are working on a deal that would be beneficial for both Mudryk and themselves, with a six-month loan move being considered.

There are reportedly many suitors who would be interested in signing Mudryk on loan, as per the report, and Chelsea are open to sending the 22-year-old to another club in a bid to rediscover his form.



:rotating_light: Chelsea are set to reject any offers that come in for Armando Broja in January, with Fulham keen.

(Source: Football Insider)