But which player is most likely to join YOUR club before deadline day on Thursday?
Ladbrokes have compiled a list of prices for the most likely moves to happen for each top-flight club as we enter the latter stages of the season.
Whether it be in a bid to beat the drop, to clinch a top four spot or to help fight for the title – clubs are always tempted to make last-ditch bids on deadline day.
Koulibaly remains as the most-likely signing to arrive at Old Trafford at 4/1 as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are battling for a Champions League spot.
Arsenal are EVENS to bring in Ivan Perisic to add more firepower as they are also currently out of the top four.
Liverpool are currently top of the league and are just 2/1 to add Nabil Fekir to their ranks as they look to build on their lead over Man City.
While Pep Guardiola is not expected to add to his current squad this month, with Leicester's Ben Chilwell the most likely arrival at 6/1.
Following Chelsea's high-profile signing of Gonzalo Higuain, the Blues are 5/2 to also bring Nathan Ake back to Chelsea before the deadline.
Meanwhile Spurs fans are set for another underwhelming transfer window as their most likely arrive is Hull forward Jarrod Bowen at 3/1.
The January transfer window is also a chance for out-of-favour footballers and get their desired minutes on the pitch.
Mohamed Elneny has fallen down the pecking order at the Emirates and is favourite to be Watford's next signing this month at Watford at 11/2.
While Danny Drinkwater is yet to play a competitive match for Chelsea this term and is 2/1 to join Bournemouth.
Another Blues player who is struggling for game time at Stamford Bridge is Gary Cahill who is EVENS for a move to Fulham.
Every Premier League's sides most likely January signing before deadline day
Liverpool – Nabil Fekir – 2/1
JURGEN KLOPP'S odds of landing their long-term target have been slashed as they look to add reinforcements to their midfield.
Man City – Ben Chilwell – 6/1
CURRENT Champions have a settled and balance squad and Guardiola appears content with what he already has at his disposal.
Tottenham – Jarrod Bowen – 3/1
SPURS have struggled recently following their injury crisis and could make a late move for Hull's in-form striker to help fill the void left by Harry Kane and Dele Alli.
Chelsea – Nathan Ake – 5/2
BLUES have always held the youngster in high regard and could look to resign the current Bournemouth ace this month.
Arsenal – Ivan Perisic – EVS
AS the race for the top four hots up, the Gunners are favourites to swoop in for the Inter Milan ace after Man Utd's interest has cooled.
Man United – Kalidou Koulibaly – 4/1
RED DEVILS have been desperate to sign a centre half this month and the Napoli ace could be the answer to their problems.
Watford – Mohamed Elneny – 11/2
HORNETS could be the escape route Elneny is seeking from the Emirates after making just nine appearances this term.
Wolves – Vincent Janssen – 5/2
SPURS' forgotten man could make a name for himself again by helping fire Wolves up the table.
Leicester – Yourie Tielemans – 7/4
FOXES could sign the highly-rated Belgium international to give them a lift after a big dip in form.
West Ham – Maxi Gomez – 10/11
HAMMERS are ready to activate the striker's release clause of £43.5m at Celta Vigo after Marko Arnautovic agreed to stay at the London Stadium.
Everton – Abdoulaye Doucoure – 6/1
TOFFEES fear losing midfielder Idrissa Gueye to PSG and could look to sign the Watford star if they lose their key player.
Bournemouth – Danny Drinkwater – 2/1
PREMIER LEAGUE winner is a short price to move to the south coast after only featuring in the Community Shield this term.
Brighton – Joe Lolley – 5/1
SEAGULLS could see late drama in the transfer window by signing Nottinham Forest's highly-rated winger.
Crystal Palace – Yannick Bolasie – 6/5
TRICKY winger's odds have been cut for a reunion at Selhurst Park after returning from his Aston Villa loan spell.
Southampton – Che Adams – 3/1
SAINTS' January clear out has left room for arrivals before deadline day with the Birmingham ace the most likely arrival.
Burnley – Bradley Dack – 7/1
BLACKBURN'S talisman has attracted attention in the Championship this term but it's unlikely Burnley will make a move this month.
Newcastle – Andy Carroll – 4/1
MAGPIES could welcome back their academy graduate as his future at West Ham appears in doubt.
Cardiff – Patrick Schick – 9/2
ROMA forward could arrive to add more firepower to the Bluebird's attack before the window closes.
Fulham – Gary Cahill – EVS
Chelsea's stalwart is expected to leave the Bridge this month with Fulham expected to be his next destination.
Huddersfield – Karlan Grant – 1/10
TERRIERS face an uphill battle to avoid relegation and may be preparing for the Championship by bringing in the Charlton star.
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