For Sheffield United, it could provide one final chance for Chris Wilder to strengthen his side ahead of a run-in that has been made to look incredibly daunting by a miserable start to the season.
As always, we’ve gathered all of the latest gossip from around the web – click and scroll through the pages below to get up to date.
1. New owners set to back Dyche
Burnley's new owners are set to give their backing to manager Sean Dyche in this month's transfer window. ALK Capital completed a takeover at Turf Moor earlier in the week, and have admitted that they are "very, very big fans" of the current boss. (Burnley Official Website) (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
Photo: Alex Livesey
2. Leeds make contact over Kone
Leeds United have already made contact with Toulouse over a potential move for midfielder Kouadio Kone. AC Milan believe they are in the driving seat for a deal worth around £8.8 million, but they're pursuit is being complicated by the Whites' interest. (Calciomercato) (Photo by ROMAIN PERROCHEAU/AFP via Getty Images)
Photo: ROMAIN PERROCHEAU
3. Newcastle eye up Shaqiri and Rose
Newcastle could be in the hunt to snap up Liverpool attacker Xherdan Shaqiri and Tottenham Hotspur full-back Danny Rose on loan this January. Steve Bruce is eager to strengthen his squad, and with funds tight, the Toon boss could look to make some temporary additions. (Telegraph) (Photo by Jon Super - Pool/Getty Images)
4. Everton open Olsen talks
Everton have opened talks with Roma over signing goalkeeper Robin Olsen in a £5 million deal this month. The Toffees are working on converting the Swedish goalkeeper’s season-long loan into a permanent transfer. (Football Insider) (Photo by Nick Potts - Pool/Getty Images)