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The 2024 winter transfer window is coming to a close and the Premier League is set to close on Thursday at 11 p.m. GMT / 6 p.m. ET. This transfer window has been the quietest one yet, with the 20 clubs spending less than £100 million between them. This is a stark difference from last year when the total outlay was £815m. Deals have still been done, with clubs like Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Atletico Madrid making some notable signings. In the LaLiga, the transfer window could close without much late business at either Barcelona or Real Madrid. Overall, the transfer window has been quiet in Bundesliga and Serie A but slightly more animated in Ligue 1.

Summery :

– The 2024 winter transfer window for the Premier League is set to close at 11 p.m. GMT / 6 p.m. ET with less than £100 million spent by the 20 clubs
– The threat of breaching profitability and sustainability rules has forced clubs to restrict their spending
– Major business has revolved around loan deals, with some clubs still looking to make one or two deals
– Some notable players to watch on deadline day include Chelsea’s Conor Gallagher, Borussia Dortmund midfielder Giovanni Reyna, and Middlesbrough star Morgan Rogers
– The LaLiga transfer window is likely to close with no late flurry of business at either Barçelona or Real Madrid
– Barça is exploring options to add a midfielder but is unlikely to make any more additions due to their spending limit
– Girona is still exploring options for the transfer window
– The Bundesliga, Serie A, and Ligue 1 transfer windows have been relatively quiet, with smaller teams preparing for a hectic deadline day

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