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    Transfer news LIVE: Tottenham signs Gedson Fernandes while Christian Eriksen continues to push to move to Inter, in addition to the latest news from the Premier League and Europe

    We are halfway through the January relocation window with clubs across Europe fighting for their mid-season goals before the end of the month.

    Tottenham is holding out for £ 20 million for Christian Eriksen, Inter’s target, while Manchester City is intent on keeping John Stones.

    Do you want to know who is trying to buy your club? Follow our live transfer blog to find out how Sportsmail keeps you up to date with all the latest news.

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