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The Most Expensive Done Deal so far in the January transfer window and other top transfer rumours

Since opening of the January transfer window, teams have set their feet into the market to secure their dream targets. Some of the much awaited deals are still underway and fans are eager to hear about their value. Here is the most expensive complete deal so far and other transfer updates.

Manchester city released Ferran Torres at the start of the transfer window for £54.8 to Barcelona. Several deals have been sealed but this is the highest valued deal as the window nears closure. Ferran is yet to start playing due to an injury he had gotten at City before transfer.

Other EPL clubs such as Newcastle and Aston Villa have rounded most deals. Chris wood has moved to Newcastle at £25m from Burnley while Villa acquired Lucas Digne from Everton at £23m. Famous players such as Anthony Martial, Amar Diallo and Maitland Niles have been loaned out to various teams.

The much awaited English Premier League deal is concerning Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger. The German has presented his demands to the club which have to be met for him to stay. Rudiger has been in great form and played a big role in securing the champions League trophy last year.

Manchester United have been strongly linked with a move for Rudiger if Chelsea fails to comply to his request. United have had problems with their defence recently and Rudiger is exactly what they need. Roma are interested in signing Eric Baily and United signing Rudiger will not only fill the position but also improve the defence.

According to Football Italia, AC Milan are interested in bringing Aubameyang back to San Siro 11 years after he left. The Gabon international has had problems with arsenal management which not only saw him loose captaincy but also his position on the pitch. Aubameyang is not comfortable at Emirates and would like to leave soonest possible.

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