Christmas is nearing and so is one of the most exciting time for the football fans, The January Transfer Window. The transfer window is almost back with its surprises, and we are ready to witness some Big-Money-Transfers yet again. The January transfer window has a unique charm of its own. It not only provides record breaking transfers but also makes and breaks the teams, ultimately shaping the final league standings and determines the trophy holders.
This current season has undoubtedly been one of the craziest ones. Unexpected and unprecedented rise and fall of various teams and players have made this coming period more exciting than ever.
It is certain that we are going to witness a significant number of transfers this season, but some big name players are most likely to swap clubs in the coming month. Let us take a look at the top five transfer targets for this January transfer window.
Marco Reus has been one of the most talked about player for the last couple of years. The Borussia Dortmund player has been on the wishlist of almost all the big clubs. His current contract with the German club expires next summer, and a move to Premier League in the winter looks most probable. Jurgen Klopp’s presence at Liverpool makes Anfield a likely destination. Various reports suggest that the German is expecting to reunite with his former boss. However, there are reports of interest from other high profile clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea as well. A player of Reus’s ability will be a welcome addition to any club at the Premier League. The German professional possesses exceptional ability from the set pieces while his long balls are second to none. He can be equally phenomenal both at the right as well as at the left. Moreover, his methodical nature in front of goal makes him a complete premier league fit player. He can take close chances and score long distance goals. All in all, he is a complete midfield player who can change the course of the game at any time.
STATS: Marco Reus has scored 10 goals and assisted another 2 in 17 appearances for Dortmund this season. Apart from maintaining a healthy pass ratio of 82.6%, the German also maintains an impressive 2.6 shots per game.