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Best Three Midfielders to watch out for after January transfer window

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Best Three Midfielders to watch out for after January transfer window. On Boxing Day (26 December), club football will resume, and a week later, the January transfer window will start. Players, notably midfielders, always capture everyone’s attention at important tournaments. In the following transfer window, these players make significant transfers. Teams should start competing in January to sign the biggest stars.

Midfielders have gained popularity in recent years, as evidenced by the significant moves made by players like Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouaméni, and others. The World Cup has only served to highlight the abilities of many more people who will soon be on the market. We examine three players who will undoubtedly cause a transfer flurry in January.

1 Sofyan Amrabat – Fiorentina – Central midfielder

The 26-year-old central midfielder for Fiorentina of Serie A, Sofyan Amrabat, made an impact for Morocco at the World Cup. The African team’s ability to go to the semifinals and become the first African team to accomplish so was largely due to Amrabat.

The Moroccan signed a contract with Fiorentina in August 2020, and since his deal isn’t up until June 2024, he will have 18 months left on it in January. Fiorentina will be aware that the best opportunity to profit from a player that is in demand and might depart for free in a year will be in January.

2 Enzo Fernandez – Benfica – Central midfielder

Argentinian central midfielder Enzo Fernandez, 21, is a member of Benfica. His deal with the Primeira Liga team was only inked in July after he left River Plate, and it runs through June 2027. The Argentina international performed admirably for Benfica prior to the World Cup, and he repeated similar efforts in Qatar. He is a technical, competitive, and energetic player—all qualities a midfielder should possess.

The cost of removing Fernandez from Benfica will be high. Although not inconceivable, a transfer in January seems doubtful. Real Madrid is reportedly interested in the player as well as Liverpool, according to Football-Espana. One scenario is that one of the teams decides on a pre-deal that the player will sign in the summer. Be prepared for other teams to enter the race to sign Fernandez in the winter transfer window.

3 Jude Bellingham – Borussia Dortmund – Midfielder

Jude Bellingham, who is 19 years old, is the player on this list who is garnering the most attention. Borussia Dortmund will believe they can receive a good amount of money from any potential trade because the young Englishman had a terrific World Cup. Bellingham signed a contract in July 2020 and his deal with the German team runs out in June 2025.

The Bundesliga team will want to keep the player, but it is obvious that a summer transfer is more plausible than a January deal. Bellingham is a wise player considering that he is still a young adult and won’t be rushing to make a choice. The minimum criteria for any team submitting a bid will be Champions League football, after which offers and price tags will be taken into account.

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Salman Shaikh
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