The domestic transfer window closed yesterday but we have just ten short weeks until the winter transfer window opens again.
The Premier League winter transfer window usually opens on New Year’s Day each year and closes on 31st January and there is no reason to believe that won’t be the case again this season. There are just 74 days between the two transfer windows
That period covers twelve league games. Reports today suggest that David Moyes could return Josh King in January after a £13m bid was rejected by Bournemouth.
No bids materialised from Aston Villa or Everton and teh 28[-eayr-old remains a Cheers player for the next three months.
By January King will have just six months remaining on his contract and Bournemouth could be forced to letting him go on the cheap or lose him for nothing next summer.According to Danish website Bold, West Ham are already set to sign Silkeborg centre back Frederik Alves Ibsen in January.
The report claims West Ham have agreed a £1.2m deal to sign the Silkeborg defender. The 20-year-old has also agreed personal terms and will join the Hammers when the January window opens. After two years in Brazil Alves returned to his native Denmark joining Silkeborg IF. Initially joining the Academy on 1 one year training contract in the summer of 2018 Alves went on to sign a five-year contract in June 2019 contracting him until 2024.
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