Transfer Rumours 07/01: Man Utd prioritize Neves, Villa sign Coutinho

Aston Villa has completed the signing of Philippe Coutinho on loan
Aston Villa has completed the signing of Philippe Coutinho on loan / 90min

The January transfer window is here and rumours continue to grow as clubs monitor their mid-season and the upcoming summer window's targets.

Some big names could be on the move in the coming few months, and we're here to keep you posted on the latest transfer rumours.

With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.

Offloading Coutinho and more players could lead to Barcelona signing Erling Haaland

Guillem Balague has claimed that Philippe Coutinho, Samuel Umtiti, Sergino Dest, Clement Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong, Martin Braithwaite, Oscar Mingueza and Luuk de Jong are all up for sale and the money will be used to bring in Erling Haaland at Barcelona.

Meanwhile the Mail believe Manchester City has made Haaland their prime target for the summer transfer window.

Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich in transfer tussle for French midfielder

European giants FC Barcelona, Chelsea and Bayern Munich will fight it out for Boubacar Kamara as reported by Santi Aouna.

Man Utd prioritize Neves

Manchester United have reportedly prioritized signing Wolves star Ruben Neves, according to Fichajes.

The report claims that the Red Devils are considering replacements for Paul Pogba in the event they cannot convince him to sign a contract extension and the Frenchman leaves for free at the end of the season.

Villa signs Coutinho

Aston Villa have completed the signing of Philippe Coutinho on loan.

United offer £500,000-a-week to Pogba

Manchester United have reportedly offered Paul Pogba a mammoth Paul Pogba £500,000-a-week deal in a last-ditch attempt to keep him at the club.

According to the Daily Mail, who quote the Sun, the Red Devils are desperate not to lose the Frenchman for free and are willing to make him the highest-paid player in Premier League history. The report claims that Pogba could earn a basic wage of £400,000-per-week which would then rise to £500,000-per-week with add-ons.