Found January 09, 2013 on
Check here throughout the day, as we’ll be following the moving targets that are January’s transfer rumors.
2:45 p.m.: Everton star Marouaine Fellaini is having a good to great season, depending on who you ask. His Everton future is up in the air too.
The BBC reports his contract contains a release clause – believed to be in the £22m ($35.3 million) region.
He could stay with the Toffees, as they pursue a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League, or he could move to a club that is already playing in Europe’s elite competition.
2:30 p.m. ET: It’s safe to say this will be Frank Lampard’s last season as a Chelsea player. That much is a given, as Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is bent on moving on from the era of the “Old Guard.”
Lampard has been linked with moves to Arsenal, Queens Park Rangers and even Manchester United.
Timing is the key issue here. Will he see out his expiring contract, or will Chelsea look to sell him before Feb. 1?
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