The Great Debate: Name ONE transfer you want before deadline day

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The transfer window closes on Monday. Yep, Monday! With just five days remaining and a lot of business set to be done, we’ve asked the OneFootball newsroom which one transfer they’d love to see before the deadline.

And here’s what they said …


Lewis Ambrose

The idea of Memphis Depay at Barcelona is really exciting to me. The Dutchman has kicked on massively over the past couple of years and developed into a versatile, well-rounded, unselfish forward.

Capable of playing anywhere across the frontline, I think he could add something extra to Ronaldo Koeman’s new-look side and it would be thrilling to see him link up with Lionel Messi.


Dan Burke

After Benjamin Mendy’s horror show against Leicester on Sunday, I’m really hoping Manchester City’s owners will find some spare change down the side of the sofa and fork out on a new left-back.

I don’t even really care who that left-back is.

If you’ve got a left foot and you can defend, please apply within.


Matt Frohlich

A back-up striker for Harry Kane.

It’s the deal that Spurs fans have been crying out for for the last TWO years and it’s baffling that it hasn’t been done yet.

We’re at the point where Mourinho’s side are starting games without a recognised front man, so at this point any striker will do. Whether it’s a Weghorst, a Seferović or even a Bas Dost, just sign them up!


Séamus Leonard

Sheffield United are in desperate need of a natural goalscorer. Rhian Brewster needs to play regular Premier League football. This one’s a no-brainer.

There are many Liverpool fans who would be loath to see the talented 20-year-old leave Merseyside, but there is a serious danger his career could stall if he remains on the fringes of Jürgen Klopp’s magnificent squad.

Chris Wilder’s Blades were a breath of fresh air after coming up last season. We’d hate to see them fall foul of second season syndrome.


Joel Sanderson-Murray

Houssem Aouar would be a fantastic signing for Arsenal, a player that has a world-class ceiling and could be pivotal in the Gunners’ resurgence under Mikel Arteta.

Which is exactly why I hope Bayern Munich and Juventus, who have also been linked with the Lyon midfielder, nip in and steal in at the last minute.


Pádraig Whelan

There is not a chance of it happening but Jadon Sancho to Manchester United.

It has been clear for almost two months now it won’t happen and yet, infuriatingly, it is all we keep hearing about.

I can’t face another transfer window (or several) with this rumour going around again. Just be done with it.