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The winter transfer window for the 2022-23 season has ended. Officially, the window opened on January 1 for Premier League, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1, while Bundesliga and Serie A began trading on January 2. This means official trading between all the leagues started t on January 2.

Clubs already announced the signing of players and registered them as soon as the transfer window opened. Therefore, though there are few big signings in the winter transfer window, they do happen.

In fact, several times, the entire fate of a club has been changed by the business that the club did in the month of January. And with the transfer window now officially over, we bring you the transfer done by the top 10 clubs of the Premier League.

Chelsea January Transfer

Chelsea have suffered one of the worst starts of the season as they currently find themselves eighth on the Premier League table. And after spending well over € 250 million in the summer transfer window, the Blues have kept up their spending spree. Their star signing has been Ukrainian winger Mykhailo Mudryk, signed for an upfront fee of € 62 million that could rise close to € 89 million.

They also signed Atletico Madrid’s star attacker Joao Felix on loan till the end of the season.

In addition, they have also signed Ivorian striker David Datro Fofana from Norwegian club Molde.

The Blues were also suffering in defence, leaking several goals. This is why they signed centre-back Benoît Badiashile from AS Monaco for €37 million. The 21-year-old is expected to be integral to Graham Potter’s plans going forward. To further bolster the defence, Lyon’s talented teenager Malo Gusto was added to the squad and will spend the rest of the season on loan to Lyon before joining in the summer.

Vasco da Gama midfielder Andrey Nascimento dos Santos, famously known as Andrey Santos, joined the club in a deal worth €13 million. Their recent addition has been attacking midfielder Noni Madueke who joins from Dutch side PSV.

Meanwhile, Cesare Casadei has gone on loan to Reading, and Jude Soonsup-Bell has joined Tottenham Hotspur for an undisclosed fee.

Chelsea Club Transfer Signings

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Mykhailo Mudryk (from Shakhtar Donetsk) €62 million 
Benoit Badiashile (from AS Monaco) €37 million 
Noni Madueke (from PSV) €33 million
Malo Gusto (from Lyon) € 35 million
David Datro Fofana (from Molde)  €10 million 
Andrey Santos (from Vasco da Gama) €13 million
Joao Felix (from Atletico Madrid on loan) €11 million loan fee
Outgoing Transfer Deals 
Player  Transfer Fee
Malo Gusto (sent on loan to Lyon till the end of the season)
Cesare Casadei (sent on loan to Reading)
Jude Soonsup-Bell (to Tottenham Hotspur for undisclosed fee)


Newcastle United January Transfer

Newcastle United are flying under their new ownership. After the takeover by the Saudi Public Investment Fund, PCP Capital Partners, and the Reuben Brothers, the club became one of the richest in the world. And they have spent their money smartly signing talented players all over the pitch rather than opting for stars. 

And in the current transfer window, they have already begun their business. They had already completed a deal for Australian teenage sensation Garang Kuol months ago. He became an official player on January 1 but has been sent straight to Scottish club Hearts on loan till the end of the season.

They have also recalled goalkeeper Martin Dubravka from Manchester United, where he was on loan. In addition, Amadou Diallo has also joined after a successful trial, while midfielder Matty Longstaff has returned from a loan spell at Colchester.

However, their biggest signing of the season has been winger Anthony Gordon who has been signed for €45 million. The 21-year-old, who spent his youth career at Liverpool and Everton, is considered one of the best young talents and will massively boost Newcastle’s attack.

Newcastle United club transfer signings

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Anthony Gordon (from Everton) €45 million 
Harrison Ashby (from West Ham United) €3.4 million 
Garang Kuol (from Central Coast Mariners)
Amadou Diallo (free agent)
Martin Dubravka (recalled from loan at Manchester United)
Matty Longstaff (loan spell ended at Colchester)
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Garang Kuol  (sent on loan to Hearts)
Joe White  (sent on loan to Exeter City)
Chris Wood (sent on loan to Nottingham Forest)

Arsenal January Transfer 

Arsenal are having one of the best seasons ever in Premier League history. The Gunners are top of the table, five points ahead of Manchester City. In addition, Arsenal are only the seventh-ever side in English league history to score 50 points after 19 games. However, they did not have the same luck in the transfer market as Chelsea pipped them to the signing of Mykhailo Mudryk, and they also missed out on signing Moises Caicedo. However, Arsenal did manage to sign Leandro Trossard and the impressive Jorginho to their squad.

Mikel Arteta has transformed his side into a brilliant attacking machine that looks likely to bring the title back to the club after over a decade. However, as many as seven players have left the club, such as centre-back Brooke Norton-Cuffy, midfielder Miguel Azeez, and goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo sent on loan to Coventry City, Wigan Athletic and Sturm Graz, respectively. Harry Clarke, Omar Rekik, Marquinhos, and Tom Smith are others to leave the club. Out of these, only Harry Clarke has left on a permanent transfer.

Arsenal Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Leandro Trossard (from Brighton) €30 million
Jakub Kiwior (from Spezia) €20 million
Jorginho (from Chelsea) €13 million
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Harry Clarke (to Ipswich Town on undisclosed fee)
Brooke Norton-Cuffy (sent on loan to Coventry City)
Miguel Azeez (sent on loan to Wigan Athletic)
Omar Rekik (sent on loan to Wigan Athletic)
Arthur Okonkwo (sent on loan to Sturm Graz)
Marquinhos (sent on loan to Norwich City)
Tom Smith (sent on loan to Colchester)

Manchester City January Transfer 

Manchester City are facing a tough challenge from Arsenal for the Premier League title. However, the current champions have assembled a pretty strong squad and are unlikely to make any big signings in the winter transfer window. The only incoming transfer activity has been of the talented Maximo Perrone, who joins the club from Velez Sarsfield.

On the other hand, the club has sent winger Morgan Rogers and striker Nahuel Bustos out on loan to Blackpool and Talleres, respectively. The duo has been joined by defender Josh Wilson-Esbrand and striker Liam Delap who have gone on loan to Coventry City and Preston, respectively.

However, their biggest outgoing has to be star full-back Joao Cancelo. The Portuguese star was one of the best defenders in the league but has now gone to Bayern Munich on loan to look for more game time. Other players to go out on loan are Luke Mbete and Kayky.

Manchester City Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Maximo Perrone €9 million 
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Joao Cancelo (sent on loan to Bayern Munich)
Luke Mbete (sent on loan to Bolton)
Kayky (sent on loan to Bahia)
Josh Wilson-Esbrand  (sent on loan to Coventry City)
Liam Delap  (sent on loan to Preston)
Morgan Rogers (sent on loan to Blackpool)
Nahuel Bustos (sent on loan to Talleres)

Manchester United January Transfer

Manchester United have recovered brilliantly after a stuttering start to the Premier League season. Currently, they are in fourth place, one point behind second-placed Manchester City. They will officially let Cristiano Ronaldo go after terminating his contract following an interview with Piers Morgan where he criticised the club.

They have also signed striker Wout Weghorst from Burnley. The Dutch striker was on loan to Turkish side Besiktas and only signed after a €3m compensation fee was agreed upon. The fee will be paid by United and will be equally split between Burnley and Besiktas. And in the final minutes of the transfer window they also signed midfielder Marcel Sabitzer from Bayern Munich on a loan.

Since Newcastle have recalled backup goalkeeper Martin Dubravka back from the loan, United needed a quality backup shot-stopper. And United have now recalled Jack Butland from loan at Crystal Palace. Other players to go out on loan are Di’Shon Bernard, Charlie McNeill, Charlie Savage, and Shola Shoretire.

Manchester United Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Wout Weghorst (from Burnley) €3 million
Marcel Sabitzer (from Bayern Munich on loan)
Jack Butland (recalled from loan at Crystal Palace)
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Cristiano Ronaldo (contract terminated)
Martin Dubravka (loan spell ended by Newcastle United)
Di’Shon Bernard (sent on loan to Portsmouth)
Charlie McNeill (sent on loan to Newport County)
Charlie Savage (sent on loan to Forest Green Rovers)
Shola Shoretire (sent on loan to Bolton)

Liverpool January Transfer

Liverpool have had a disappointing start to the season so far. Their only big signing Darwin Nunez has massively struggled, and Jurgen Klopp’s men are currently five points adrift of the top four. However, the Reds have bolstered the attack by signing talented PSV attacker Cody Gakpo. The 23-year-old was the only attacking star for the Netherlands at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and Liverpool will be hoping he does the same for the club.

The only outgoing players are midfielder Jake Cain who joins Swindon Town for an undisclosed fee, and Jarell Quansah, who has gone on loan to Bristol Rovers.

Liverpool Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Cody Gakpo (from PSV Eindhoven) € 42 million
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Jake Cain (to Swindon Town on undisclosed fee)
 (sent on loan to Bristol Rovers)

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Tottenham January Transfer

Antonio Conte is enduring a frustrating spell at Tottenham Hotspur as his team is playing some of the most disjointed football in recent times.  The club are currently in fifth, three points behind Manchester United, having played one additional game. 

In the winter transfer window, the club has added two players, with striker Jude Soonsup-Bell joining for an undisclosed fee while Arnaut Danjuma joined on loan from Villareal.

Meanwhile, Bryan Gil and Djed Spence have gone out on loan to Sevilla and Rennes respectively.

Tottenham Hotspur Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Jude Soonsup-Bell (from Chelsea on an undisclosed fee)
Arnaut Danjuma (from Villareal on loan)
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Djed Spence (sent on loan to Rennes)
Bryan Gil (sent on loan to Sevilla)

Leeds United January Transfer 

Leeds United have massively underperformed this season, taking 17 points from 17 matches. The Peacocks have conceded 31 goals, the third-most in the league. This is the reason the club has spent over €50 million to bolster their attack and defence.

Jesse Marsch wanted new signings, and now the club have signed striker Georginio Rutter for a club-record fee of €36 million. Rutter In addition, centre-back Max Wöber from Red Bull Salzburg for €17.7 million fee. Others to join the club are Diogo Monteiro and Weston McKennie, who has joined on loan from Juventus.

Meanwhile, defender Leo Hjelde and the midfield duo of Mateusz Klich and Alfie McCalmont have been sent on loan to Rotherham, DC United, and Carlisle United. Others to leave the club are Joe Gelhardt, Cody Drameh, Max Dean, and Leo Hjelde.

Leeds United Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Georginio Rutter (from Hoffenheim) € 36 million
Max Wöber (from Red Bull Salzburg) € 17.7 million
Diogo Monteiro (from Servette on an undisclosed fee)
Weston McKennie (on loan from Juventus)
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Max Dean (to MK Dons on an undisclosed fee)
Joe Gelhardt (sent on loan to Sunderland)
Cody Drameh (sent on loan to Luton Town)
Leo Hjelde  (sent on loan to Rotherham)
Mateusz Klich (to DC United on a free transfer)
Alfie McCalmont  (sent on loan to Carlisle United)

Brighton January Transfer

Under new manager Roberto De Zerbim, Brighton have performed brilliantly, punching way above their weight. The Seagulls are currently ranked seventh in the league, six points adrift of the top four. Their only transfer this season till now is 18-year-old Argentine midfielder Facundo Buonanotte, who has been signed from Rosario Central.

However, they have lost one of their best players, Leandro Trossard, who has gone to Arsenal in a €30 million deal. However, they have the perfect replacement for Trossard in the form of the talented Simon Adingra, who is currently playing in the Belgian league.

On the outgoing list are Aaron Connolly, Reda Khadra, Todd Miller, James Beadle and Ed Turns, all of whom have gone out on loan.

Brighton Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Yasin Ayari (from AIK) €6 million
Facundo Buonanotte (signed from Rosario Central) Undisclosed 
Jamie Mullins (from Bohemians on an undisclosed fee)
Outgoings Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Leandro Trossard (to Arsenal) €30 million
James Beadle (sent on loan to Crewe)
Aaron Connolly (sent on loan to Hull City)
Reda Khadra (sent on loan to Birmingham City)
Todd Miller (sent on loan to Doncaster)
Ed Turns  (sent on loan to Leyton Orient)

Brentford January Transfer

Brentford have made a solid start to the season and are currently 10th in the league. Their first signing in the winter transfer window is 17-year-old Byron Wilson from Coventry. Wilson, for now, will join Brentford’s B team. In addition, the team has also signed striker Kevin Schade from Freiburg. He will join the side on loan, and the transfer is expected to be permanent in the summer. In addition, they have also signed David Beckham’s son Romeo on loan, who will play for Brentford’s reserve team till the end of the season. 

They have also sent striker Aaron Pressley out on loan to Accrington Stanley. Their latest transfer activity has been defender Edon Pruti who joins Hartlepool on a free transfer.

Other players to go out on loan are Sergi Canos, Charlie Goode, Paris Maghoma, Tariqe Fosu, Ellery Balcombe, and Mads Bech Sørensen.

Brentford Club Transfer Signings 

Incoming Transfer Deals Transfer Fee
Beaux Booth (from Dorking Wanderers for an undisclosed fee) 
Byron Wilson (on loan from Coventry City)
Kevin Schade (on loan (from Freiburg)
Romeo Beckham (from Inter Milan)
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Sergi Canos (sent on loan to Olympiakos)
Charlie Goode (sent on loan to Blackpool)
Paris Maghoma ( sent on loan to MK Dons)
Tariqe Fosu (sent on loan to Rotherham)
Ellery Balcombe (sent on loan to Bristol Rovers) 
Mads Bech Sørensen (sent on loan to Groningen)
Aaron Pressley (on loan  to Accrington Stanley)
Edon Pruti (to Hartlepool) Undisclosed

Crystal Palace January Transfer

The Eagles are in 12th and will likely finish another season in the mid-table. Their only transfer activity this window has been the departure of Irish midfielder Killian Phillips on loan to EFL League One club Shrewsbury Town. They have also lost Jack Butland, who Manchester United has recalled. Others players to go out on loan are forward John-Kymani Gordon, Luke Plange, and Malcolm Ebiowei

Crystal Palace Club Transfer Signings

Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
John-Kymani Gordon (sent on loan to Carlisle United) 
Killian Phillips (sent on loan to Shrewsbury Town) 
Jack Butland (recalled by Manchester United)
Malcolm Ebiowei (sent on loan to Hull City)
Luke Plange (sent on loan to Lincoln City)

Everton January Transfer

It has been another horror season for Everton as they currently find themselves 18th in the Premier League. The Toffees have scored the third-least goals in the league. In search of more goals, manager Frank Lampard has recalled striker Ellis Simms who was on loan to Sunderland. The forward scored seven goals in 17 games for the Black Cats.

Meanwhile, another forward, Salomon Rondon, left the club after mutually agreeing with the club to terminate his contract. Other players to leave are Anthony Gordon, who has joined Newcastle United for €45 million. In addition, Seb Quirk and Nathan Broadhead have gone to Accrington and Ipswich Town, respectively, for an undisclosed fee.

Meanwhile, Tom Cannon, Niels Nkounkou, and Tyler Onyango have gone out on loan.

Everton Club Transfer Signings

Incoming Transfer Deals
Player Transfer Fee
Ellis Simms (from Sunderland) loan ended 
Outgoing Transfer Deals
Player  Transfer Fee
Anthony Gordon (to Newcastle United) €45 million
Joe Anderson (to Sunderland on an undisclosed fee)
Tyler Onyango (sent on loan to Forest Green Rovers) 
Seb Quirk (sent on loan to Accrington)
Salomon Rondon ( contract terminated)
Nathan Broadhead (to Ipswich Town) Undisclosed
Tom Cannon (sent on loan to Preston)
Niels Nkounkou (sent on loan to Saint-Etienne)

The winter transfer window began on January 1 and will ended on January 31 at midnight, based on the local times.

Saumy Deepak Tripathi
A Bayern Munich fan who is deeply in love with football statistics. Has a soft spot for goalkeepers! (well only he knows why). You’ll find him vibing on 70’s classic songs and spends an abnormal amount of time cooking.

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