Transfer Deadline Day is always packed full of action. From managers hanging out of car windows to Ian Dennis’ notebook, it’s sure to keep millions of football fans in on a Friday night.

With the January deadline day on our doorstep we asked the 606 listeners to give us their predictions for what’s going to happen. 

Here’s a run-down of nine predictions for this Transfer Deadline Day:

1: @MoFarooq9 on Twitter: Luke Shaw to Manchester United.


2: @Carl_H_THFC877 on Twitter: Harry Redknapp to sign Peter Crouch through his drivers window.


3: @ZuluSuzain305 on Twitter: Toni Kroos to Manchester United.


4: @Darremgymbfc on Twitter: Thomas Ince will find one club he fancies.


5: Jack on Facebook: If Atletico Madrid sell another striker, I can see Fernando Torres returning there.


6: @Kingy_1987 on Twitter: Liverpool (Ian Ayre) will disappoint. 


7: @NewTrueGunner on Twitter: Draxler to Arsenal!


8: @IWoody10 on Twitter: Liverpool to sign a loan deal with Javier Pastore.


AND

9: Olly on Facebook: Emile Heskey to return to the UK and fight for a World Cup Spot...


You can follow all the action on January transfer day via BBC Sport and BBC Radio 5 Live. React to the transfers with 606 on Saturday from 7.10pm and Sunday from 6:06pm.

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  • Comment number 81. Posted by BaggiosPonytail

    on 3 Feb 2014 09:09

    @80 return of the Z

    I'm not sure that they really needed him anyway. Judging by the Toure howler yesterday it's the defence that needs some upgrading.

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  • Comment number 80. Posted by return of the Z

    on 1 Feb 2014 08:30

    All this user's posts have been removed. Why?

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  • Comment number 79. Posted by shanklygates

    on 1 Feb 2014 07:58

    ian ayre is garbage and should be fired, his inability to close deals out for liverpool is shocking!!!

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  • Comment number 78. Posted by return of the Z

    on 31 Jan 2014 23:50

    All this user's posts have been removed. Why?

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  • Comment number 77. Posted by David Luiz - Forever A Hero

    on 31 Jan 2014 17:15

    @76 So it is SAF's fault?

    Based on his performances in league football last season. He also topped a fans poll run by the league itself

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  • Comment number 76. Posted by EverySingleGoal

    on 31 Jan 2014 17:05

    @75 DL "2nd best RB in the league after Zaba last year, just wish he was English" - Based on.....

    "Nani has had 5 years out of CR7's shadow, there must be a reason he never nailed down a starting place" - God knows, I rate him, he brings something different. Who knows. I still wonder why SAF played 4-4-2 v Barca in the Wembley final. Who knows.

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  • Comment number 75. Posted by David Luiz - Forever A Hero

    on 31 Jan 2014 16:46

    @74 Not now you have bought our 4th best attacking midfielder he isn't ;)

    Was I quoting that myth though, Coleman has had 18 months of good football, 2nd best RB in the league after Zaba last year, just wish he was English

    Nani has had 5 years out of CR7's shadow, there must be a reason he never nailed down a starting place

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  • Comment number 74. Posted by EverySingleGoal

    on 31 Jan 2014 16:41

    @72 I'm not saying that. Just disputing this myth that Coleman has all of a sudden become a top right back on the back of a good 5 months of only EPL football. They shouldn't only sign euro players but it's always a gamble signing someone with no experience.
    Re Nani, in SAF's book he said he was like CR7 in terms of skill & ability. They hoped he'd be able 2 go on same path but suggested it was hard playing in his shadow. Tho acknowledge he came in2 his own once CR7 left. He said he saw Nani as a replacement 4 Giggs. Persoanlly disagreed, more of a replacement for CR7, but I think SAF saw Nani & Valencia playing on either wing. For me Valencia is the one that should be moved on. Very predictable player. Better than average, but predictable.
    @73 Baggio - "Where is Cleverley though? :p" - He's 48th with 90.3%. But that is the highest any Man Utd player has. Funnily enough. So you could argue he is Utd's best passer. :P

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  • Comment number 73. Posted by BaggiosPonytail

    on 31 Jan 2014 16:14

    @70 EverySingleGoal

    Not surprised. PSG pass it around at the back. Xavi and Busquets play it simple. Where is Cleverley though? :p

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  • Comment number 72. Posted by David Luiz - Forever A Hero

    on 31 Jan 2014 16:06

    @71 That is the step up mate, going to a team in Europe rather than one that isn't. or should teams in Europe only sign players with European experience? Not sustainable is it

    It hasn't been half a season though, he was pretty good all of last year as well & has improved further since then

    There must be a reason why Nani was never given regular games if he is a good a player as you claim? Was there anything in SAF's book about it?

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