With less than a month before the start of the January transfer window, the amount of stories being published has increased quite considerably, so it’s quite hard to sift through what could be accurate and what might not.

Take this story about Huddersield’s Belgian striker Laurent Depoitre.

Arriving from Porto for £3.5m, the 30-year-old striker hasn’t performed as expected, finding the back of the net just six times in 51 appearances, something he has yet to do this season.

However, that doesn’t mean his stock has fallen in his home country, as Voetbal24 in Belgium state he could be a target for Club Brugge in January.

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The only way this would happen, however, is if Wesley, who has been linked strongly with a move to Lazio since the summer, were to leave, meaning Depoitre would take his place as Ivan Leko’s number nine.

That’s pretty much all the article says, suggesting there isn’t a lot to it.

We’ll file this one in a ‘let’s wait and see’ pile for now, as it would take a very convincing offer for the Jupiler Pro League side to let their Brazilian star go midway through the season.

Also, a large financial push would be required from the Belgian side to match Depoitre’s Huddersfield wages, meaning he’d likely have to take a pay cut.

Seeing as he’s started the last two games, he might not be too desperate to leave, either.