Business hours open in the United Kingdom on January 1, but clubs around the country are already mapping out their plans as we enter the busy festive fixture schedule.
With Manchester City leading the Premier League by a whopping 11 points, their rivals may opt to try and buy their way back into contention – though securing a spot within the top four appears a far easily obtainable feat.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham will all be linked with moves, while at the bottom, the likes of Crystal Palace, Everton and West Ham will surely be looking to preserve their place in the division with fresh recruits.
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When is the winter transfer window open around the world?
|Argentina||January 8 to February 7|
|Australia||January 3 to January 31|
|Austria||January 7 to February 6|
|Belgium||January 1 to January 31|
|Brazil||January 10 to April 2|
|China||January 1 to February 28|
|Colombia||December 11 to February 9|
|Denmark||January 5 to January 31|
|England||January 1 to January 31|
|France||January 1 to January 31|
|Germany||January 1 to January 31|
|Italy||January 3 to January 31|
|Mexico||January 1 to January 31|
|Netherlands||January 3 to January 31|
|Northern Ireland||January 1 to January 31|
|Norway||January 8 to March 31|
|Poland||February 1 to February 28|
|Portugal||January 3 to February 2|
|Republic of Ireland||December 1 to February 22|
|Russia||January 23 to February 22|
|Scotland||January 1 to January 31|
|Spain||January 1 to January 31|
|Sweden||January 8 to March 31|
|Switzerland||January 16 to February 15|
|Ukraine||January 31 to March 2|
|USA||February 7 to May 1|
|Wales||January 1 to January 31|
Current Premier League standings