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As we welcome the new year, the transfer window is officially open again..
Thirty-one days of potential insanity in which clubs across Europe must decide how much they need to strengthen in certain positions.
Generally speaking, the winter window is quieter than its summer counterpart, but that doesn’t mean bigger deals aren’t going to happen. We just have to look at this moment last year when Man United signed Bruno Fernandes as an example.
The Red Devils could be very involved in the merry-go-round again this January, particularly as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team has moved up to second in the table without really breaking a sweat.
One or two major signings at this juncture may or may not make a difference to his title aspirations.
To that end, the Daily mail are reporting United’s continued interest in Aston Villa star Jack Grealish, however the Old Trafford team may bitterly regret not signing him in the summer when his price was set at £ 65 million.
That’s because if they want to get him away from Villa Park now, the Daily Mail reports that, thanks to his excellent form in the first half of the season, the Midlanders now want £ 100 million for him.
The question United will have to ask themselves now is whether they can let it slip through their fingers again.