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THE January window is now OPEN and moves are happening around the UK and Europe.

Despite the coronavirus crisis, clubs are still managing to drop big money on signings – and we've the very latest from the Premier League and abroad.


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    Manchester City are reportedly fuming with Derby County for blocking Scott Carson’s transfer to the Etihad.

    The goalkeeper, 35, is already on loan with the Citizens for the second season running.

    But according to the Daily Mail, Pep Guardiola is keen to make the switch permanent.

    City want to hand an 18-month contract to their third-choice stopper.

    However, the report adds the Rams are holding any deal up because they are desperate for the £500,000 loan instalment due this month.

    The loan agreement sees City pay Derby twice per season to cover Carson’s loan fee and wages.

    And the Championship side need the cash to help cover players’ wages.

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    Brighton have loaned Bernardo to RB Salzburg for the rest of the season.

    The Brazilian defender, 25, joined Albion from RB Leipzig three years ago for £9millio.

    But he has fallen down the pecking order under Graham Potter, who has preferred Solly March and Dan Burn at left wing-back.

    Boss Potter said: “Bernardo is at a stage in his career where he wants to be playing regular football.

    “This move should give him the opportunity to do that. We wish him well for the rest of the season and we will watch his progress with interest.”

    Bernardo made his 50th Seagulls appearance last week in the 1-0 defeat at Manchester City.

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    Arsenal could be forced to fork out a ‘crazy’ £50m if they want Norwich creative genius Emiliano Buendia.

    The 24-year-old Argentine has guided the Canaries to the top of the Championship this season.

    He has scored seven goals and chipped in with six assists so far this campaign.

    And Buendia’s form has peaked interest from the Gunners – who are in the market for an attacking midfielder after Mesut Ozil’s departure.

    But Arsenal would be forced to pay a massive fee if they want him this month, according to Sky Sports.

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