Two obvious from Man Utd as Leicester and Crystal Palace looks at possible targets Olympiakos defender linked

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Crystal Palace looks certain to close a loan move for Donny van de Beek as his Man Utd future looks in the air. Man Utd did also allow Anthony Martial to leave on loan joining Sevilla. Could Leicester in the final minutes of the transfer window move for one of their players.

Brendan Rodgers might be happy with the return of James Justin and also getting Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho back from AFCON together with Daniel Amartey. Soon also preparing for the return of Wesley Fofana. With hope of also getting Jonny Evans and Jamie Vardy back in March you will have seven new players available for play.

One player that Leicester could consider is Eric Bailly and possibly Pape Abou Cisse. Bailly is a proven international struggling to get any game time at Man Utd and a loan move might do him good.

Brendan Rodgers do not talk up moves in and out of the club and he is one person who can keep his cards close to his chest, not giving away much.

We do believe that a centre back is still very much on his mind as other areas of the field looks well covered and not really a priority.

Nampalys Mendy is the only Leicester player left in AFCON and very much involved in the good run for Senegal. We believe Hamza Choudhury could be leaving on loan or be sold late in this transfer window as Mendy again will be back and fully included in the squad when he returns.

To follow up on all our updates towards the end of the transfer window, check our hot, cool and cold rumours selections.

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