With the winter transfer window closing and European football set to begin again, the time has come to look at where to find the right player.
As you can imagine, there are many different players who would be good fits for each team, so here are the best ones to look for.
With that in mind, we look at 10 players who could be excellent buys in January.
Munich U19s striker Max Kruse MUNICH U19s’ Max Kruzse has impressed since arriving at Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2018, scoring 15 goals in 35 appearances and earning him a place in the Bundesliga Team of the Year.
Kruse has also managed to make an impact in the German Premier League with nine goals and four assists in eight games, and he has the potential to become a great attacking threat.
However, his contract situation with the Bundesliga club is uncertain, and it is unlikely that he will be able to stay at Dortmund next season, which is why it would make sense to buy him now.
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial Manchester United The signing of Anthony Martial from Manchester United is a huge deal for United fans, and his arrival at Old Trafford could change everything.
He is the most accomplished striker in the Premier League at the moment, with 16 goals and 13 assists to his name, and is the best player in the club’s squad.
It is also important to note that Martial is only 22 years old, and that his best years are ahead of him.
In his first season with United, Martial scored 10 goals and created three goals in just 22 games, which was good for second best in the league behind Romelu Lukaku, who was also 22 when he made his debut.
Real Madrid forward Andres Iniesta ROME Real Madrid Andres Inglés has been linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent months, but his recent form for Real Madrid has shown that he could be a bargain at around £60 million.
The Spaniard scored 24 goals and provided seven assists in the Spanish Liga, with the club currently fifth in La Liga, just three points adrift of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
This season, the 22-year-old has been a huge success for Real, scoring seven goals in 19 appearances and registering two assists.
His best season in the Champions League, in which he scored 12 goals in 23 games, came in the final of the last Champions League against Barcelona.7.
Chelsea defender Eden Hazard NEW YORK Chelsea Chelsea have been linked heavily with a number of players in the transfer market, including Eden Hazard.
Hazard has enjoyed a fantastic season at Chelsea, leading the Blues to a top-four finish in the English Premier League.
At just 20, he has been playing in the Barclays Premier League for just two seasons, but he is already one of the best defenders in the world.
Although he has not played for Chelsea in a competitive game for several months, Hazard has been an excellent addition to the Chelsea squad.6.
Arsenal winger Per Mertesacker BERLIN Arsenal Arsenal have struggled to keep hold of their young players this season, with their current squad having the worst goalscoring record in the entire Premier League, and Per Meretsacker is a good addition to that.
After making his senior debut at the age of 16, the 20-year old is already on a massive run of form, scoring five goals and assisting eight more this season.
Per Mertsacker’s performance in the FA Cup against Fulham in October helped Arsenal secure their first trophy of the campaign, and while he is still a long way from his best, he is certainly a player who Arsenal could easily afford to spend.5.
Barcelona striker Alexis Sanchez MEXICO Barça Sanchez is already a player in Barcelona’s team, having joined the Catalan club in the winter of 2019, but it seems that the Argentine forward will be looking to improve his position in the squad.
He has scored four goals in 10 games this season and is also a prolific scorer, with 15 goals and six assists in 29 appearances.
There are no guarantees that Sanchez will be in the starting XI in the forthcoming World Cup, but with Lionel Messi out injured and Neymar not expected to play until late November, he would be a great signing for Barca.4.
Liverpool defender Alberto Moreno MOROCCO Liverpool It has been very difficult for Liverpool to keep Alberto Moreno at the club, and after his injury-time winner in the Capital One Cup final, the Argentinian is expected to miss out on a place on the starting line-up for the rest of the season.
However, he could still provide a good defensive option and could be one of Liverpool’s most useful players in