Time is running out for clubs to get their business done in January as we pass the halfway stage of the transfer window.
There have been very few marquee transfers done, setting up a potentially explosive few weeks as clubs look to strengthen their squads for the final few months of the season.
Here, Sportsmail analyses 10 potential deals that could be done between now and when the window slams shut on January 31.
Christian Eriksen's possible departure for Spurs is one of the deals to be sorted out this month
Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace to Tottenham/Aston Villa)
It seems odd that Benteke has any suitors, given his form of late for Crystal Palace, but such is the desperation for Spurs and Aston Villa to sign a striker that he may prove to be a useless stop-gap.
The Eagles are looking to send their record signing out on loan in an attempt to restart the former Liverpool striker's stuttering career.
Earlier this month the Eagles signed Everton's Cenk Tosun on loan for the rest of the season and Benteke could be the man to fill in for Spurs and Villa amid their injury crises until the end of the season.
Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke is an option for Spurs to replace the injured Harry Kane
Hwang Hee-chan (Red Bull Salzburg to Leicester/Wolves/Brighton)
If Hwang were to leave Red Bull Salzburg then the Austrian side's forward line would have been completely decimated this month. First Takumi Minamino left for Liverpool before Erling Haaland jumped ship to go to Borussia Dortmund.
Surely they can't be tempted to let their third talisman leave before the end of the season? A host of Premier League clubs are hoping they can as they prepare to battle for Hwang's signature in the coming weeks.
Leicester are keen to provide competition for Jamie Vardy, as are Wolves with Raul Jimenez, while Brighton are desperate for a player who can put the ball in the back of the net.
Hwang Hee-chan's exit from Red Bull Salzbug would be another blow to the Austrian side
Adrien Tameze (Nice to Sheffield United/Burnley/Southampton)
The Nice star is wanted by three Premier League clubs as they look to bolster their ranks for the second half of the season.
Tameze, 25, has made 85 appearances for Nice so far but has been deemed surplus to requirements and can leave this month. Cardiff thought they had signed him but their deal collapsed last week.
Sheffield United, Burnley and Southampton are all said to be interested in him and it should be an interesting battle to see who gets a move sorted first.
Nice midfielder Adrien Tameze is wanted by three Premier League clubs, including Burnley
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham to Inter Milan/PSG)
Eriksen will leave Tottenham but it is now a case of will they get some money for him this month or will he leave for free this summer? In either case, Inter Milan looks to be his next destination.
It would still be a good move for the Danish international but there is no denying that he looked set for the bright lights of the Bernabeu before his form dipped around 12 months ago.
Real Madrid don't seem to be keen anymore, neither do Manchester United, so a move to Italy is on the cards. Spurs rejected a £10m offer from Inter on Tuesday night and are holding out for a fee of £20m.
PSG are also in the hunt for his signature with the Ligue 1 champions monitoring talks between Eriksen and Inter. They are said to be encouraged by the low numbers surrounding the deal at present.
Eriksen's departure from Tottenham is certain but will he leave in January or in the summer?
Bruno Fernandes (Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United)
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