Click and scroll through the pages below to see what big deals we think could happen in the New Year:
The Championships latest wonderkid. The Wigan Athletic man is linked with all the Premier League big guns - including Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton.
The 21-year-old has been linked with a host of clubs since the beginning of the term with Tottenham and Southampton the standout names. With six plenty of standout performances, interest is mounting.
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There is growing certainty that Clarke will be recalled by Tottenham. The winger is a player a lot of second-tier clubs will be tempted by - Nottingham Forest already one, apparently.
Drinkwater is in dire straits at the moment following his loan switch from Chelsea. Nothing suggests the midfielders situation will change, so could a spell in the second-tier get his career back on track?
Gayle is one of the deadliest marksman in the Championship, as proved with Newcastle and West Brom. His future still remains uncertain in the North East with the Baggies and Nottingham Forest said to be heavily interested.
Clubs were quoted 20million for Bowen last season after his 22 goals attracted interest from elsewhere. However with his contract set to expire in the summer, could Hull City be forced or tempted to cash in?
Well what a move this would be for the 19-year-old if it is to come off. Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer is said to be determined to bring Loader to Old Trafford, however Arsenal, Leicester, Wolves and Southampton are also interested.
Rhodes has played half an hour of football under Garry Monk in two Championship matches at Sheffield Wednesday. Monk has maintained the 29-year-old remains apart of his plans but a January exit continues to be rumoured.
The highly-rated 19-year-old is reportedly on the radar of Marcelo Bielsas Leeds and Swansea City with Jurgen Klopp willing to sanction a loan deal. The downside is Aston Villa and Crystal Palace also want him.
In an article when Brewsters potential loan move was assessed, the Liverpool Echo claims Alex Neils Preston are at the front of the queue to take goalkeeper Kelleher on loan.