Deadline Day Transfer News – 31 January 2017 Deadline day transfers. Southampton sign Mouez Hassen, Swansea eye Fabian Schar move, Sakho set to leave, Manchester United duo staying, Arsenal eye surprise Alvaro Morata bid. Posted by:Junaid Effendi Posted date: Tuesday, January 31, 2017 /comment : 0 Southampton sign Mouez Hassen, Swansea eye Fabian Schar move, Mamadou Sakho set to leave, Manchester United duo staying, Arsenal eye surprise Alvaro Morata bid and much more in todays transfer gossips. Embed from Getty Images Manchester United duo staying Manchester United duo Wayne Rooney and Ashley Young are both staying at the Old Trafford, as per news. The Englishmen were reportedly looking for a move in this window. Want More? See Done Deals! Southampton sign Mouez Hassen Southampton have announced the signing of stopper Mouez Hassen on a loan deal for the remainder of the season. The youngsters has joined from French side OGC Nice on a five month deal. Arsenal eye surprise Alvaro Morata bid Arsenal are planning to offer a late bid for Real Madrid struggling forward Alvaro Morata, according to Independent. The Spaniard is not happy at the La Liga giants due to lack of playing time. Carl Jenkinson going nowhere Carl Jenkinson will be staying at the Gunners as Crystal Palace are likely to deny his demands. The full-back has reportedly demanded around £70k a week which is double than that he is currently earning at Emirates Stadium. Swansea eye Fabian Schar move Swansea City are planning to offer a late bid for Swiss defender Fabian Scha, according to The Telegraph. The Hoffenheim's player is likely to be sign on a loan deal for the next five months. Mamadou Sakho set to leave Crystal Palace are likely to splash money for Liverpool unsettled center-back Mamadou Sakho, as per reports. The French defender will cost around £20million. The Palace could also be planning for a loan move. Columnist: Stevan Jones, is a Premier League fan, watches every big game and writes transfer news of every top club. See all his articles Share !