Date: 27th January 2024 at 2:07pm
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With the transfer window slamming shut in a matter of days, several Premier League clubs are yet to sign a single player. 

The likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool are all yet to complete a signing this month, while Tottenham Hotspur have recruited both Timo Werner and Radu Dragusin.

Arsenal are another side that are yet to make a signing, but it appears that the Gunners are keeping their eyes on a Championship star.

As per The Athletic, Arsenal are one of a number of Premier League sides keeping tabs on Leicester City star Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall.

The report suggests that Brighton and Hove Albion are already in talks with the Foxes over a potential move for the midfielder, who has been instrumental to Leicester’s success so far this term.

Dewsbury-Hall has been instrumental to Leicester’s success so far this term

The midfielder has made 27 Championship appearances so far this term, scoring nine goals and providing the same number of assists.

Leicester sit top of the second tier with a seven-point lead over second-placed Ipswich Town, and manager Enzo Maresca will be hoping to see his side return to the top flight at the first time of asking.

It is suggested that Leicester value the Englishman, 25, at around £30 million but Brighton will only move for the player if they deem to price to be correct.

Fellow London sides Fulham and Brentford are also believed to be monitoring the player, who is contracted to Leicester until 2027.

In total the player has made more than 110 appearances for the Foxes, including 59 in the Premier League.

Primarily a central midfielder, Dewsbury-Hall is also capable of playing in an advanced midfield role, as well as on the left.

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