The winter transfer window is set to close on the 31st of this month and there are many players that are begging to be considered by other sides as they seem to have hit a stalemate of loss of form.

RB Leipzig have been in excellent form in the German Bundesliga this term but Davie Selke’s career has not be as excellent and he would be happy to get someone come rescue him. His display at the Rio Olympics confirmed his status as one of the youngest best players but his career is yet to kick off.

Ashley Young might need help else his career might go down as some of the unused legs have started leaving the club. There are reportedly offers from China and the MLS and it is advisable that the player take one as time is not on his side in a highly competitive team in a top league.

Fabio Coentrao might get a call now that Marcelo has been injured but with coach Zinedine Zidane preferring Danilo and Nacho, the Portuguese might need to exit the side as there surely would be clubs keen on the 28-year old.

Schalke 04’s Franco Di Santo is another player that might need to move ahead as he only gets a call when the injury crises in the team are no more tolerable. The former Chelsea and Wigan man might need to think hard as 27 is not too old to get offers somewhere. If you're thiking of getting out to Germany to watch him, you might need to act fast, grab some tickets from and head across to Schalke before the month is out!

€10 million signing Josip Drmic has featured in just 25 minutes in the Bundesliga but the 24-year old seem not to be ticking at the outfit. There are a few more days before he gets stuck for the rest of the season.

Keisuke Honda at AC Milan is earning well but with the MLS still wanting him it might be wise to move before Milan push him out.

There are lot of names like Carl Jerkinson who has stuck with Arsenal, Jose Fonte has handed requests but no show yet and Mamadou Sakho eager to end his no game at Anfield. However Memphis Depay and Dimitri Payet are definitely the biggest players willing to leave like yesterday.