Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal may all be watching tonight’s fixtures as they look to strengthen their squads in January.
With the January transfer window fast approaching Premier League teams will be looking at new players to recruit.
Manchester United have been frustrated by their start to the season and are likely to bring in some fresh signings in a bid to finish in the European places.
Similarly, Arsenal are drifting further away from the top four and Unai Emery will want some new players to ensure he secures a spot in next season’s Champions League.
Liverpool are flying high at the top of the table but with a hectic December packed with fixtures, injuries could hamper the squad and Jurgen Klopp might need some reinforcements.
Express Sport take a look at who the Premier League giants should be looking at tonight with the January transfer window on the horizon.
United have struggled to score goals after selling Romelu Lukaku and their lack of depth upfront was exposed after injuries to Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial.
The lack of players who can lead the line for United is a weakness and should be addressed in January.
One player in action tonight who could solve Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s goalscoring woes is Emmanuel Dennis.
The 21-year-old has scored three goals in nine appearances in the Belgian league this season and netted twice against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
The youngster would also fit the mould of signing United have been looking for.
Dennis is a quick player who is able to press from the front and finish well.
Liverpool’s front three has quality in abundance but the depth of their squad could be a weak point for Jurgen Klopp.
Kai Havertz is one of Europe’s wonderkids and the midfielder may be looking to leave Bayer Leverkusen because of their poor form.
The 20-year-old has plenty of pace and scored an impressive 17 goals last season.
Liverpool have lacked goals from their midfield and Havertz could supply them.
The German is also able to create goals, acting as an attacking pivot in Leverkusen’s midfield.
As Havertz is young, so he would also provide Klopp with potential replacements for his front three if any of them leave in the future.
The Gunners’ defensive frailties have been well documented in recent seasons.
The centre-backs recruited over the past few windows have failed to deliver convincing performances on a regular basis.
Galatasary’s Marcos do Nascimento Teixeira, commonly known as Marcao, may prove to be the ideal signing for Unai Emery to solve his defensive crisis.
The 23-year-old is confident on the ball and copes easily with his defensive responsibilities.
Galatasary have only conceded nine goals in the Turkish league this season, the lowest of any side, and Marcao has been central to this achievement.