The big deals are getting so close we can almost taste them – so what have been the latest big talking points in the transfer window?

    It’s not just in-comings of course as sides could be waving goodbye to their stars.

    Some big names have been linked away in the last 24 hours, with the champions said to be chasing one of the Premier League most exciting young players.

    Wednesday provided plenty of talking points as fans wait for their clubs to do more business.

    To keep track of all the latest transfer news and gossip throughout the day, follow our live transfer blog here .

    And to see every completed Premier League transfer so far, click here .

    Here are four key transfer stories that you may have missed so far today…

    Ramsey ready to go

    Aaron Ramsey has agreed a deal to sign for Juventus .

    But, according to Sky Sports, he won’t leave until the summer.

    Juve have been leading the chase for a number of weeks and it appears a pre-contract agreement has been reached.

    Arsenal ended talks over a new deal last year with fans divided on the decision.

    Arnautovic offer on the table

    West Ham will not sell Marko Arnautovic for £35 million – despite a big offer from China.

    The unnamed club could even treble his Hammers’ earnings.

    But they will have to get to at least £50m if they want to talk to the player.

    City want side dish of Rice

    Manchester City are eyeing up West Ham’s Declan Rice.

    According to The Sun , they are lining up a move for the Hammers star.

    Rice only signed a new deal at the London Stadium in the New Year.

    But that isn’t putting City off as they look at a long-term replacement for Fernandinho.

    Spurs slap mega price tag on Eriksen

    Tottenham will not let playmaker Christian Eriksen leave for less than £225 million.

    Spanish newspaper Marca say Daniel Levy quoted Real Madrid that amount towards the end of 2018.

    Eriksen will be out of contract in 2020 but Spurs won’t let him go.

    They say it will need a world record fee for him to leave the club in January or next summer.

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