Premier League clubs are preparing for the summer while also dealing with the fallout of the January transfer window

Burnley transfer news: Clarets 'closing in' on £12m striker signing from Bundesliga, Everton set to make late loan move for Manchester United midfielder

It’s the penultimate day of the 2022 January transfer window and it’s almost ‘now or never’ stage for Premier League clubs looking to get their mid-season business concluded.

The big news from Sunday concerns Leeds United and West Ham United with separate reports claiming that the Hammers have offered £50 million EACH for two Elland Road superstars.

Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion have reportedly knocked back an offer from Newcastle United for one of their defenders and are thought to be holding out for a slightly higher bid.

The Seagulls have also been linked with a striker from the Belgian leagues while Burnley could be about to make a move for a Bundesliga forward.

In Spain, Barcelona have reportedly agreed a deal to sign former Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang but need to get rid of a current attackers first and Atletico Madrid have handed a boost to any English clubs interested in one of theirs strikers by suggesting they will NOT let the player join a La Liga rival.

Manchester City are “ready to sell” an England international in the summer if they can not resolve the player’s current contract stand off while an incoming striker at the Etihad could pave the way for a Manchester United player’s exit.

Finally, Everton are said to be making a late bid to land a Manchester United midfielder on loan before the window closes.

Here are Sunday's Premier League transfer rumours:

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