5.30pm Transfer news LIVE: Liverpool want Martinelli, Aubameyang agrees Barcelona deal, Newcastle loan Lazaro – The Sun

THE January transfer window is just over a week away from reaching its conclusion and plenty of deals are still to be done.

Barcelona have reportedly agreed terms with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang while Liverpool could make a shock move for fellow Arsenal star Gabriel Martinelli.

Follow all the latest updates and gossip below…


    MLS outfit DC United are reportedly lining up a move for Mesut Ozil.

    But the German won’t be heading to America for another year.

    The Washington Post claims Ozil is in DC United’s sights after they lost Wayne Rooney to Derby County.

    DC apparently reckon they can tempt Ozil to the MLS in January 2021.


    Newcastle are reportedly ready to make a move for Danny Rose.

    The Evening Standard claim Steve Bruce's side will offer the defender an escape route this month.

    The Toon are in the market for a defender after Jetro Willems was ruled out for the remainder of the season.

    And Rose, who has made 12 Prem appearances this season, fits the bill.


    Aston Villa have signed 16-year-old Louie Barry from Barcelona.

    The deal is now subject to international clearance.

    Barry left West Brom to secure a dream move to the Nou Camp, but after just six months the teen starlet will return to England.

    The forward rejected a transfers to PSG last summer but went on to make just three appearances for Barca in the UEFA Youth League.


    Victor Moses is making himself at home in Milan.

    He will wear the No11 shirt for Antonio Conte's Serie A side this season.


    Inter Milan have completed a loan swoop for Chelsea outcast Victor Moses.

    The wing-back has been reunited with former boss Antonio Conte after playing a key role during Chelsea's Premier League title win in 2017.

    Versatile right-sider Moses, 29, had spent the last year on loan at Turkish side Fenerbahce.

    But Chelsea decided to recall him when Conte came calling earlier this month.

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