Just about a week to go in the ongoing January transfer window and we are still getting more transfer updates as well as more done deals.
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Done Deal: Nomads Sign Australian International Stopper
Barcelona end interest in Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso
Alonso has been frozen out by Blues manager Frank Lampard since September, leaving the Spaniard available for transfer at the midway point of the campaign.
According to Sempremilan, the left-back has allegedly emerged as a potential option for Barcelona, who are keen to offload Junior Firpo in the coming days.
However, Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano says that AC Milan, the frontrunners for Firpo, have ended their interest in the player.
That has seemingly left Chelsea needing to find another interested club, although they may have to pay a significant portion of Alonso’s wage to attract a bid for the 30-year-old.Source: Sportsmole
The 22-year-old is unhappy with his lack of playing time under Zinedine Zidane this season and has asked to leave Madrid before the end of the transfer window.
It’s understood that the midfielder favoured a return to Real Sociedad following his successful loan stint at the club last season.
But according to El Confidencial and El Diario Vasco, a newspaper based in San Sebastian, Real Sociedad have lost out to Arsenal in the race to sign Odegaard.
Source: Metro UK
Done Deal: Maty Ryan signs for Arsenal
Ryan, 28, joins the Gunners on loan for the remainder of the 2020/21 campaign from Brighton & Hove Albion.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said: “We know Mat very well through his performances with Brighton in recent seasons and he brings additional quality to our squad.
“Mat has very good Premier League experience and has played over 100 times in the league, which is something that will benefit us greatly on and off the pitch.
Official: Manchester United sign defender from fellow WSL side Chelsea
The 27-year-old, who previously played for Norwegian side Klepp, joins with the option of a further year.
A Norway international with 46 caps for her country, Thorisdottir reached the quarter-finals in the 2019 World Cup.
“United was always big in Norway, so for me to be a part of the women’s side is really exciting,” she said.