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Fellaini, Zaha, Maddison, VIda... The Premier league winter market, busier than ever

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Fellaini, Zaha, Maddison, VIda... The Premier league winter market, busier than ever

BeSoccer by BeSoccer @besoccer_com - 0 2,578

English media are echoing transfers, contract renewals and possible changes in the bench for several Premier League clubs; the winter transfer market promises to be a busy one.

One of the rumours that seems to be gathering more attention is Jose Mourinho's reported interest in bringing Marouane Fellaini to Spurs, who is now in China after having played for the Portuguese in his Manchester United spell.  

According to 'The Sun', the Shandong Luneng player would be happy to sign for Tottenham. At United, Fellaini was a great resource for Mourinho when matches got stuck.

On the other hand, Leicester has already initiated contacts to provide a new contract to James Maddison, a key part of the team's midfield.

Wilfried Zaha is also a key part of Crystal Palace's plan, but constant speculation about his future has not stopped. According to several sources, including The Mirror, Chelsea is looking to sign the player. 

Aston Villa are also looking to make some signings of their own, according to the 'Birmingham Mail'. The team are behinf Domagoj Vida, a Croatian international tied to Besiktas until 2022.

Marco Silva was dismissed and Everton are still wondering who to hire. 'Liverpool Echo' reveals that in Goodison Park interim Ducan Ferguson is valued for the position permanently, but the coach would be reluctant to such an option.

Finally, young Kai Kennedy impresses at Rangers and Manchester City keeps a close watch. At 17, he already stands out in Scotland's U19, as published by Manchester Evening News.

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