Transfer market today January 12, last minute live: highs, lows and rumors
GOOD MORNING AND WELCOME TO ANOTHER EXCITING DAY OF THE TRANSFER MARKET!! We are already at January 12, 2023. The Transfer Market it begins to pick up a rhythm and the thing is that the locomotive slows down, but does not stop… and even less does it wait for any team: altas, casualties, rumours, signings… The European teams continue working to strengthen their squads for this second part of the atypical season to what the king of sports has accustomed us to due to the strangeness of the calendar due to the Qatar World Cup 2022.
A winter marketThe one that is getting closer to its equator to generate nervousness in the teams that have not yet been able to close their squad. There are many players who have doubled their value in Qatar and who have earned a good poster for this transfer window… and others who will have to fight with their destiny to try to find a team. And that is where the main dilemma arises, does a good World Cup ensure the construction of a good footballer? Well neither yes nor no. Football, although it may not seem so at times, is much more complex than you might think. In addition, the transfer of Joao Félix has given way to a domino effect that will begin to knock down the following chips in the game. Sit down, make yourself comfortable and enjoy another exciting day of the transfer market that at MARCA we are starting now.
Summary of the winter market for January 11:
– Riqui Puig and the dream of playing with Messi in the MLS
– Aubameyang and the intention to return to Barça
– Enzo Fernández stays at Benfica
– Real Madrid does not take its eyes off Brahim
– Joao Felix at Chelsea
– The departure of Felipe at Atlético for Soyuncu to arrive
– Alex Moreno to Aston Villa
– Andreas Schjelderup to Benfica
– Lago Junior leaves Mallorca for Málaga CF
– Gonzalo Villar returns to Getafe
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