January Transfer Window 2016, football news via BBC sports app


Whether you’re a fan of Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, or any other club, one thing that all football fans will be interested in the January Transfer Window 2016. You can get all the latest football news, transfer rumours and more via the BBC Sports app for Android and iOS devices. This free app will keep you informed so it’s well worth checking out.

The January transfer window dates actually vary according to league and country, but the Premier League football transfer window opens on January 2, and of course that’s today. As well as England the transfer windows also opened today for Scotland, France, and Germany, and other countries will follow over the course of the next few days. The Premier League January transfer window closes at 11pm on February 1st, and many of us will be glued to the extremely popular BBC Sport app for the news as it happens.

The BBC Sport app covers a huge variety of different sports, but of course we’re focused on football right now. Users of the app can set match alerts for over 150 football teams, and if you head to the football section of the app there’s a dedicated transfers section. Here you’ll find details of the latest transfer deals and there’s also a gossip page for transfer rumours with links to all of the big stories.

The first January transfer window completed deals include a move for Bury defender Matthew Foulds to Everton, while Bournemouth FC has signed Roma’s Juan Iturbe on loan. As far as the gossip is concerned, Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal is said to be on the hunt for a new striker, Arsenal is said to be ready to make a move for Paris Saint-Germain’s Adrien Rabiot, and Real Madrid superstar Isco is apparently hoping to head to Manchester City.

If you want to check out the BBC Sport app for Android you can find it at Google Play. It was recently updated in December, is free to download, and compatibility varies by device. If you want the BBC Sport iOS app you can download it from iTunes. It’s also free and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later.

Will you be choosing the BBC Sport app to keep you in the know about all of the latest 2016 January transfer window news and gossip? Why not let us know what you think of this app by dropping us a comment in the box below.