We take a look at eight Eredivisie players who could be on the move when the January transfer window opens on January 1st.

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duinen aMike van Duinen

ADO Den Haag are struggling this season, and find themselves in a relegation battle. Striker Mike van Duinen has been one of the positives, and has been linked with a move to England in the past.

The forward posted a picture of himself attending West Ham v West Brom on Twitter, with West Brom one of the clubs he has been linked with in the past further fueling rumours of a move.

Possible destinations: West Brom, West Ham, Fulham

Markus Henriksen

Midfielder joined AZ in 2012 with the reputation of being one of the biggest talents in Norwegian football, but has only shown glimpses in his time in Netherlands.

The 21-year-old has been in and out of the starting eleven under Dick Advocaat, and stated he would move in January if he wasn’t getting regular first team football. Advocaat may use the midfielder to raise funds to overhaul his squad.

Possible destination: Celtic

Guus Hupperts

Hupperts has been in excellent form so far this season, and Roda JC will try their hardest to keep hold of their star winger.

However the club is struggling, and bigger clubs are starting to circle, including Ajax who are known to want a wide-man in January.

Possible destinations: Ajax, Twente, Feyenoord, PSV

Alfred Finnbogason

Finnbogason has been banging in the goals left, right and centre this season, and tops the goal-scoring charts with 17 in 15 appearances.

His terrific form has attracted a number of possible suitors, who are all looking to swoop in January, with the striker possibly available for between €7-10 million.

Scottish Champions Celtic have been strongly linked, but they will face major competition from some of the biggest sides in Europe.

Possible destinations: Celtic, Newcastle United, Roma, Lazio, AC Milan, Villarreal, Everton, West Ham, Werder Bremen

Bruno-Martins Indi

Came very close to joining Everton in the summer, as Feyenoord looked to cash in on their strong defender.

The 21-year-old has continued to impress in the Eredivisie, and Netherlands national team, and Everton are believed to be thinking of a new bid.

They will face competition though with AC Milan also linked with the Dutchman.

Possible destinations: Everton, AC Milan

Daryl Janmaat

Feyenoord may also lose Daryl Janmaat in January, with their flying right back heavily linked with moves away from the club.

The Rotterdam side signed Janmaat on a free back in 2012, but can expect a big fee, should one of the number of clubs linked firm up their interest.

Possible destinations: Arsenal, Inter Milan, Roma

Ola Toivonen

Toivonen leaving PSV has dragged on for months, with the Eindhoven club fearing their attacker would leave the club in the summer for a free.

Now a deal is in place that if no club come in for the Swede, then Toivonen would sign a new one-year-deal, but expect the player to leave the Eredivisie this January.

A move to Norwich fell through in the summer, but expect other Premier League sides to swoop in what could be a bargain deal/

Possible destinations: Newcastle United, Everton, Fulham, Liverpool, AC Milan

Eyong Enoh

Completely frozen out of Ajax’s first team this season, Enoh will leave the club in January in search of first team football.

Spent a spell on loan with Fulham last season, but they are not expected to return with a bid, and a move to Greece may be on the cards.

Possible destinations: PAOK, Olympiakos

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