LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 02:  Andros Townsend of Tottenham Hotspur sits on the bench before the Barclays Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa at White Hart Lane on November 2, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Catherine Ivill - AMA/Getty Images)

5 Premier League Stars That May Be Looking For A January Move

​As we head towards the end of 2015 and the January transfer window, here's five Premier League stars that may be looking for a move in the winter transfer window.

5. Kevin Mirallas

​Belgium International Kevin Mirallas has been ever present in the Everton starting line-up until this season. Mirallas has only made one start in the Premier League so far this season and that came on the opening day of season against Watford. He has made seven appearances off the bench with the majority of these coming in the last quarter of games.

 

Mirallas helped Belgium qualify for this summers European Championships and has over 50 caps. If he wants to add to those caps at the championships in the summer, he may need to move away from Goodison Park. There is rumoured interest in the attacker from Premier League rivals West Ham, while French Monaco and Marseille have also declared an interest.

4. Andros Townsend

​Andros Townsend has struggled to force his way into Mauricio Pochettino squad on a regular basis this season. In the Premier League has only made into Tottenham's matchday squad on eight occasions and made it onto the pitch on three times. His last start for the Tottenham first-team came in the Europa League against Anderlecht on October 22.

 

Townsend made two appearances for Tottenham's under-21s recently, with Pochettino stating that this was through the players choice because he wants to play football. As well as not playing for Tottenham, Townsend failed to make the England squad for the recent friendlies with Spain and France. He needs to be playing first-team football if he wants to return to the International fold. Newcastle are said to be one of a number of clubs who have expressed an interest.

3. Mathieu Debuchy

Mathieu Debuchy will be desperate to be part of French squad at this summers European Championships in his own country. The right-back has made only seven appearances for Arsenal this season. After starting the first Premier League game of the season, Debuchy has been left sat on the Arsenal bench. His last start came against Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League on November 22. ​

 

This summers championships in France could be Debuchy last opportunity to play in a major championship for his country. Whether Arsenal are willing let the right-back move though is another this. Arsene Wenger may want to keep him in his squad until the summer at least. A number of clubs will be interested in the experienced right-back, with West Brom in the Premier league and also interest coming from Italy in the shape of Roma and Juventus. 

2. Victor Valdes

​The former Barcelona keeper has been frozen at Old Trafford by manager Louis Van Gaal. He joined United on a 18 month deal last January after training with for several months while he recovered from injury. Many believed that the signing of Valdes was a signal that De Gea would move to Real Madrid last summer. Valdes had to wait until the last day of the season to make his first Premier League start.

 

The Spaniard was then left out of United's pre-season tour of America with Van Gaal saying Valdes had refused to play for United's under-21s on more than one occasion. He looked set to leave United on deadline day of the summer transfer window but a move to Besiktas broke down. If Valdes fails to secure a move in January, he will leave Old Trafford in the summer when his contract expires.

1. Frazier Campbell

​Frazier Campbell appears to have fallen down the pecking order at Selhurst Park, with new signing Conor Wickham looking like being Alan Pardew's number one choice as his main striker. Last season Campbell made 20 appearances in the premier League for the Eagles with only a hamstring injury towards the end of the season restricting his appearances. 

 

Campbell has previously played for Sunderland and Cardiff after coming through the youth ranks at Manchester United. Campbell could be the perfect addition for a number of Premier League teams that need a goalscorer. Whilst those teams at the top of the Championship may also be looking at Campbell as an option for a promotion challenge in the second half of the season.