Premier League transfers are beginning to filter through as the January window enters its second week.
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Chelsea remain the biggest spenders in the top flight following their £58million swoop for Dortmund star Christian Pulisic.
Liverpool have shifted two of their fringe stars out of the club including Dominic Solanke on a permanent £19m switch to Bournemouth.
Right-back Nathaniel Clyne has also been allowed to swap Anfield for the Vitality Stadium, though his move is a loan deal.
Manchester United are yet to enter the market under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer while Chelsea appear more concerned with trimming their squad down than adding to it.
Express Sport rounds up some of the biggest deals that could go through in the early stages of the January transfer window.
Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea to Monaco)
The Spanish star waved goodbye to Stamford Bridge this weekend as he prepares to sign on the dotted line at Monaco where he will be reunited with former Arsenal team-mate, now Monaco boss, Thierry Henry.
Stefano Okaka (Watford to Udinese)
The former Anderlecht star has failed to make an impact on the Premier League during two seasons at Watford and will imminently join Serie A side Udinese on loan.
Gary Cahill (Chelsea to Fulham)
Following Fabregas through the exit door will be veteran centre-back Cahill. He was left out of the FA Cup side to face Nottingham Forest while Fulham are preparing to send Timothy Fosu-Mensah back to Man Utd to make room for Cahill’s loan signing.
Divock Origi (Liverpool to Fulham)
The Merseyside derby appears to have put forgotten man Origi back on the map. He is closing in on a £15m switch to reinforce Fulham’s forward line though West Ham are also interested.
Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal to Juventus)
The Welshman will be the subject of much debate over the course of this month. His contract expires at the end of the season, but in reality, Arsenal are likely to sell him in January to raise funds. A deal could take place any time.