Chelsea’s pursuit of Argentina World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez and Arsenal’s bid for Moises Caicedo are the two biggest deals that could be completed on transfer deadline day
Forest were active again on Monday as former England midfielder Jonjo Shelvey underwent a medical ahead of a proposed moved from Newcastle, but injuries in the squad have forced Cooper to keep looking. On-loan Manchester United stopper Henderson is facing four to six weeks out with a muscular injury - with Wales international Wayne Hennessey stepping up in his absence - and Cooper may seek further cover before the window closes on Tuesday night. "Possibly," Cooper said when asked if a goalkeeper would be a priority on deadline day.
The 25-year-old is Bournemouth's fourth signing of the January transfer window after the additions of Dango Ouattara, Darren Randolph and Antoine Semenyo. Left-back Vina, who can also play as a central defender, began his senior career at Uruguayan side Nacional, leading them to a 47th top-flight title in 2019, the same year he was named Primera Division player of the year after scoring five goals in 34 appearances.