legends16 4 months ago Edited Chelsea, England 29 448 Comment the player that each of the top 6 teams need to sign in the January the most. My List: Man City - Jonny Evans. Ok, admittedly the citizens barely need any reinforcements currently but if anywhere could be strengthened it's their central defence. Evans would add good physicality to Guardiola's side, although West Brom will be desperate to keep hold of their captain considering their precarious position in the relegation zone. Chelsea - Aubameyang. Linked with us in the summer before we signed Morata, the rumours tying him with a move to us just won't go away. We haven't been clinical enough in recent games and desperately need a second striker. Not only do we need someone who can come on as an impact sub and grab a matchwining goal in stalemates like in the game against Everton, but there is no way Morata can play every minute of Pl and Cl, not to mention the other 2 cups we are still in. Arguably securing new deals for Courtois and Hazard even more important though. Otherwise we still need backup in the LWB position, so Alex Sandro would be a good buy. Manchester United - Mesut Ozil . Man U is a tough one, as despite what Mou might say about them not being able to compete without spending as much as City, they have a really strong squad that should realistically be putting the pressure on City and sustaining a title challenge. Given the poor form of Mkhi this season and inconsistency since he came, Mou may want to get wantaway Ozil to inject creativity into his side. They should be able to snag for a bargain too if Arsenal are willing to sell, as his little left to run on his contract. Liverpool - Thomas Lemar. The player they needed the most was definitely van Dijk, so kudos to Klopp for getting him. Tbh, now keeping Coutinho has got to be the priority here. However, if you take it as inevitable that he will eventually go to Barca Liverpool would do well to look to the future and who they should sign to replace him. Imho, they would be best of with the promising young talent of Lemar. They would do well to sign another defender though, as good as van Dijk is he won't solve all their defensive instabilities just like that. Arsenal - Thomas Lemar. Similarly to Liverpool, they are facing the inevitability of losing one of their best players and need to prepare for life after Sanchez. In Arsenal's case though, it will be a good thing for both parties involved, as Sanchez is splitting the dressing room. A move to PSG would be the ideal thing for Arsenal, and they will probably want to focus on trying to sell him now before he becomes a free agent in the summer. Lemar will give them he same versatility as they had with Sanchez, as he plays comfortably all accros the front line, and would be a sound investment for the future given he is just 22. Spurs - Ross Barkeley. Not really urgent, as they have a strong squad and have quality in all areas of the pitch. Will just want to finish up the business with Barkeley who has been a target for a long time. Showing previous versions of this text.