Japan have continued their preparations for the FIFA World Cup with a 4-2 win over New Zealand in their final match at the National Stadium in Tokyo ahead of a major renovation.
The initial action in the January transfer window has been dominated by players switching clubs in the hope of winning a place in their respective national teams for the FIFA World Cup. FIFA.com takes a look at who has gone where.
Keisuke Honda scored his first goal in an AC Milan jersey as i Rossoneri saw off La Spezia 3-1 to reach the Coppa Italia quarter-finals where they will be joined by Napoli and Serie B side Siena who also won Wednesday.
Japanese international Keisuke Honda on Saturday described his transfer to AC Milan from CSKA Moscow as a "dream come true" and promised to achieve "something special" in Italy.
Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni said his side will be looking to show the world how strong his side are at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, with the Italian believing his team are growing in confidence.
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed that Japan international midfielder Keisuke Honda will be joining the club on 3 January from CSKA Moscow.