A number of teams have been cautious this month in order to stay on the right side of Financial Fair Play, but there have still been some intriguing transfers in recent days.
Here, Mail Sport takes a look at the latest transfer gossip on Saturday morning.
Kalvin Phillips completed his loan move to West Ham from Man City on Friday morning
There is still some uncertainty over the future of Al-Ittihad striker Karim Benzema
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Brighton are in talks to sign Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. The 25-year-old has nine goals and nine assists for the Championship leaders this season, who are demanding £30m. Arsenal, Brentford and Fulham are also admirers of the Englishman. (The Athletic)
Monaco are interested in signing Arsenal’s Fabio Vieira on loan. Vieira has struggled to break into the Gunners’ starting XI since joining in 2022, and the Ligue 1 outfit have made an enquiry to sign him until the end of the season. (Football Transfers)
Bayern Munich have reached a deal for Galatasaray right back Sacha Boey. The agreement comes after the German giants had multiple offers for Newcastle’s Kieran Trippier rejected. (Fabrizio Romano)
Arsenal and Chelsea have been put on alert after Napoli owner Aurelio De Laurentiis confirmed Victor Osimhen will leave the club this summer. The two Premier League clubs have been linked with bringing in a striker, and Osimhen looks set to become available in the coming months. (Mail Sport)
Atletico Madrid have beaten Manchester United and Arsenal to the signing of Belgian wonderkid Arthur Vermeeren. The 18-year-old has had a breakthrough season at Royal Antwerp and has now signed a six-and-a-half year deal with the Spanish club. (