With Oxford United looking to be active during the January transfer window, we track the rumours, quotes and completed deals.

Pep Clotet believes most of United's January business has already been completed.

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Isaac Buckley-Ricketts  Picture: Richard Cave

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Cameron Brannagan Picture: Richard Cave

Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom confirms Simon Eastwood is on their wish-list in January.

Pep Clotet, Darryl Eales and Derek Fazackerley fly to Europe to watch a transfer target.

He said: "There have been no bids for anyone, that I know of.”

Clotet also refuses to comment on the link with Cameron Brannagan.

  • January 8: The Independent reports the U’s are on the brink of signing Cameron Brannagan from Liverpool. The highly-rated midfielder, 21, made nine appearances for the Premier League side in 2015/16, before spending the second half of last season on loan at Fleetwood Town, playing 14 times.
  • U's boss Pep Clotet hints a deal could be completed for an unnamed target this week: "We’re working a lot on not only bringing players who we think can help us in the future but we are analysing every option regarding loans that could be a possibility for us.

"I think this week could be a good one for that."

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United midfielder Ryan Ledson

  • January 6: Pep Clotet responds to the Ledson speculation, saying he was unaware of any bid: “But for me anyway it’s the same mentality – I’m not thinking about players going out in the situation we’re in now.”
  • January 5: More than one national newspaper links Preston North End with a move for Ryan Ledson. The Sun reports a £500,000 bid has been submitted by the Sky Bet Championship club.

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Rob Dickie

He said: “I was at Reading from a very young age and I’ve got a lot to thank them for, but I think it’s the right time for me to move on and take the next step in my career.

“I’m proud of my record and hopefully I can improve it here.”

  • January 1: Chairman Darryl Eales uses his programme notes to indicate there would be the resources for “three or four” additions and the club would be returning to a model which had worked well for them in the past.

He said: “The key imperative remains building for the long term and returning to a closer model that has served us well over the past three seasons.

“There will be renewed focus on youth and potential.”

  • December 28: Pep Clotet discusses his plans for the window: “If there are good options becoming available we will always consider it, but as I’ve told the club it has to be quality.

“The important thing is the talent is there – we will then analyse it case by case.”