The January transfer window will slam shut on Thursday but Premier League clubs still have time to shape their squads for the rest of the season.
This month has seen the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Dominic Solanke, Ryan Babel and Alvaro Morata complete big moves.
But there are several top-flight clubs who still need to get their business done with a host of deals in the pipeline.
While the 2019 winter market hasn’t quite matched the big-spending windows of previous years, Thursday’s deadline day could see some major transfers be completed.
Here’s talkSPORT’s pick of the deals that may go through before the transfer window closes.
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Ivan Perisic and Denis Suarez to Arsenal
Gunners boss Unai Emery confirmed this week that his side are looking to get two deals done before the deadline.
Callum Hudson-Odoi to Bayern Munich
Hudson-Odoi scored in Chelsea’s FA Cup win over Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday, a goal that could be his last for the club.
Bundesliga champions Bayern want the 18-year-old but a move may have to wait until the summer.
Adrien Rabiot to Tottenham or Liverpool
French midfielder Rabiot wants to leave Paris St-Germain and has handed in a transfer request.
Bareclona are keen but Tottenham and Liverpool are also known to be big fans.
Youri Tielemans to Leicester
Monaco’s torrid season could see key midfielder Tielemans leave in the coming days.
Some of Europe’s biggest clubs have been linked with the 21-year-old but Leicester have opened talks with him as they look to pull off a coup.
Idrissa Gueye to Paris St-Germain
Everton do not want to sell Gueye but PSG’s financial power could see a deal done.
The Toffees have already rejected one bid from the Ligue 1 leaders and another offer will likely come soon.
Karlan Grant to Huddersfield
Grant has been in impressive form for League One side Charlton this season and looks set to make the jump up to the top-flight.
The Terriers are looking to complete a £2m deal for the 21-year-old and have planned his medical.
John Fleck and Maxi Gomez to West Ham
The Hammers want reinforcements this month amid a host of injuries at the club.
Nathan Ake to Chelsea
The Blues are keen to re-sign the Dutch defender in a deal worth upwards of £40m.
The club have first refusal over the 23-year-old Bournemouth star and want him back at Stamford Bridge this month.
Cenk Tosun and Gary Cahill to Crystal Palace
Palace want to bolster at both ends of the pitch in their bid to avoid relegation to the Championship.
Charlie Austin could leave Southampton this month
Andreas Pereira to leave Manchester United
Pereira has struggled for consistent game-time at United this season and is wanted by clubs in Spain.
While the Red Devils say no-one will leave Old Trafford this week, Pereira’s desire for more minutes could result in a short-term loan.
Charlie Austin to Wolves
Southampton are listening to offers for Austin and Wolves are interested.
The striker has only scored three times this season and would be open to a move to revitalise his career.
Che Adams and James Tavernier to Southampton
With Austin possibly leaving, the Saints are keen to replace him with Birmingham striker Adams after his 14 goals so far this season.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side are also light at right-back having loaned Cedric Soares to Inter Milan and are looking at Rangers full-back Tavernier.
Rabbi Matondo to Schalke
Manchester City youngster Matondo looks set to become the latest British ace to leave for Germany.
The two clubs are discussing an £11m transfer and a deal is close.
Antonio Valencia to Newcastle
The Magpies are in desperate need of new players and Manchester United defender Valencia is on their radar.
The experienced Ecuadorian has struggled for minutes this season and could be set to leave Old Trafford after 10 years.
Nicolas Otamendi to Barcelona
Barca are on the lookout for extra defensive backup and have been linked with a move for Otamendi.
The Argentine has fallen down the pecking order at Manchester City this season and would no doubt jump at the chance to head to the Nou Camp.