Ramsey? Bellingham? Trippier? Six British players who could come home in January
With the January transfer window just around the corner, Planet Sport takes a look at six Brits who could return home for the new year.
For instance, the likes of Newcastle are expected to be the busiest club in the market as they look to boost their squad and secure Premier League survival in the second half of the season.
Others, such as Manchester United, will also be looking to strengthen as they attempt to claw their way back into the top four.
It appears that one of the most expensive signings in January could be the acquisition of Aaron Ramsey.
While Juventus are prepared to let the Welshman leave on a free - despite having 18 months left on his contract - it's Ramsey's wage demands that make for eye-watering reading.
Everton and Newcastle are reportedly the main players involved in the race to sign the Welsh international.
Should one of these teams agree to pay Ramsey his £230,000 weekly salary, they will be handing the player his second stint in the Premier League after his 11-season spell with Arsenal.
Whatever happens with Bellingham in January, one thing's for sure - sooner or later Bellingham will make his return to the British Isles and become a Premier League star.
During the last transfer window, there was a lot of talk about Atletico Madrid and England defender, Kieran Tripper.
The England international last played Premier League soccer in 2019 during his four-season spell at Tottenham Hotspur.
West Ham and Tottenham are two teams who are reportedly interested in the Colchester-born 21-year-old and a move in January is not out of the question.
Just a few years ago, Patrick Roberts was on the books of Manchester City and many touted the winger as the next big thing.
His effort got a lot of United fans talking about potentially luring Gomes back to Old Trafford. Should the player continue to impress, there will certainly be growing interest from across the channel - and not only from Manchester.