1.The English Premier League giant club of Arsenal is still interested in a possible move for right-back Djed Spence from, who is currently on loan at the Championship club of Nottingham Forest from Middlesbrough.
2. The Italian Serie A club of Udenise has reportedly agreed on deal with Arsenal to sign center-back Pablo Maro on loan until the end of the season.
3. Donny Van De Beek, who plays as a midfielder for the English Premier League giant club Manchester United, has reportedly rejected a loan move to Newcastle United because of their position in the Premier League table.
4. The Italian Serie A club of Juventus is not expected to ask Arsenal if they could sign midfilder Thomas Partey in a deal that would see Arthur join the Gunners before the end of the January transfer window.
5. The English Premier League club Brentford has reportedly offered the Danish international Christian Eriksen a 6-month contract. However, Eriksen has not responded to the deal and it's not clear if will reject or accept the deal.
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