Liverpool Vs Southampton Tickets: Southampton fans given hint over January transfer after Takumi Minamino Liverpool agreement

Southampton has signed Kyle Walker-Peters and Takumi Minamino on loan from the transfer window in January and Saints manager Martin Semmens admits they may want a similar deal with Southampton winter boss Martin Semmens refusing the January transfer as the Saints want to add power to Ralph Hastut’s squad.

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However, he says it is difficult to plan a winter transfer window ahead of time, adding that options will need to be considered at that time depending on a variety of circumstances. Currently, the Saints sit 17th in the Premier League Football club with four points from their seven games so far, as they have failed to win in the top flight yet.

After the international break, the Ralph Hasenhuttl boys are now facing an important race as they look to try to climb the ladder towards the feet of the league, battling several teams near them at the table, including Leeds United Football Club, Burnley, Watford, and Norwich City. Semens emphasized the importance of those games, adding that the next game will be important in deciding where Southampton is in the mid-season. For more to know About Liverpool Football Tickets.

But the Premier League Football club chief executive also spoke of opportunities to add to the team in January, although they are satisfied with the business done in the summer window to add depth to Hasenhuttl’s selection. I think the answer is yes, it is always there, Semens said, speaking to the Total Saints Podcast about whether there were any plans to sign players in January.

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The way we look is doubled. We have a long-term plan and this week I sat in a meeting and talked about next summer and evolution and what we will do in that window. So, we plan in the long run. But then, the fact is that in a window like January, you can’t plan that now, because we’ll have to see how we play, what injuries we can take, and where the team needs to grow. Of course, there are opportunities in January and we always do one important step to strengthen the team somewhere and that is what you would expect, but we would not have those plans yet.

In all of January’s last two transfer windows, the Saints have added a loan player, Kyle Walker-Peters to join Tottenham for the 2019/20 season, before signing permanently in the summer of 2020, while Takumi Minamino joined on loan from Liverpool Football club in January 2021. The Saints still have one free loan deal to sign a player from the Premier League Football club, striker Armando Broja currently on loan at Chelsea Football Club.

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