All Confirmed Signings Premier League Clubs Have Made This January, Completion Deals

All Confirmed Signings Premier League Clubs Have Made This January, Completion Deals


Arsenal’s inability to sign Mykhailo Mudryk has hindered them from being as active in the transfer market as they had hoped to be this month.

It suggests that although they should add a few players before the deadline, they haven’t signed any players in January.

The only other significant transfer is Real Betis left-back Alex Moreno, who will compete with Lucas Digne for the starting spot at Aston Villa.

Brentford has taken Kevin Schade on loan from Freiburg.

Facundo Buonanotte, also from Rosario Central, has joined Brighton.


Leandro Trossard of Brighton, £27 million

Jacub Jiwior of Spezia, £15 million

Potter City

Real Betis paid Alex Moreno $13 million.

Aaron Ramsey of Norwich City has his loan taken back.

Bradford City’s loan of Tyreik Wright is recalled




For Kevin Schade, a loan (Freiburg)

No cost: Byron Wilson (Coventry)

Conor McManus of the Brey Wanderers is unrestricted.

Recalling the loan: Mads Bech Sorensen (Nice)

Recalling Fin Stevens’ loan (Swansea City)

Beaux Booth, age (Dorking)

Recalling the loan for Paris Maghoma (AFC Wimbledon)

Loan for Inter Miami’s Romeo Beckham

of Brighton and Hove, Albion

6 million pounds Club Atletico Rosario Central’s Facundo Buonanotte

Jamie Mullins of the Bohemians – Unknown

During the summer transfer window, Chelsea spent the dough and acquired no fewer than five players. They continued to take out their wallet in January.

The ridiculous amount they spent for Mykhailo Mudryk of Shakhtar Donetsk is, of course, the most notable.

Leeds has also brought in a few new players this month in an effort to stay in the league.

Georginio Rutter of Hoffenheim and Max Wober of Red Bull Salzburg have both cost the Yorkshire club a total of £46 million.


Mykhailo Mudryk of Shakhtar Donetsk, worth £89 million

Benoit Badiashile, a (Monaco) billionaire

$18 million Santos, Andrey (Vasco da Gama)

David Datro Fofana of Molde FK, £10 million

Joao Felix of Atletico Madrid is out on loan

Crystal Palace



Ellis Simms recalls loans (Sunderland)

Nathan Broadhead’s loan is recalled (Wigan).

Niels Nkounkou of Cardiff City is recalled from loan

For Arnaut Danjuma, a loan (Villareal)



Dallas United

– £35,050,000 Rutter, Georginio, of Hoffenheim

RB Salzburg’s Max Wober, $11 million

Many experts were taken aback by Liverpool’s decision to sign Cody Gakpo from PSV Eindhoven.

The Dutch international, who had  strongly link with a transfer to Manchester United, was promptly secure by the Reds.

Given their key midfield difficulties, it would be fascinating to see if they made the proper investments.

Newcastle, Manchester United, and other significant spenders Manchester City have all remained rather silent in January.

However, the Red Devils have added two players on loan in Wout Weghorst of Burnley and Jack Butland of Crystal Palace.

Erik ten Hag wants to enhance his team in order to be better prepared for the second half of the season.

Baltimore City

George Hirst of Blackburn has had his loan recalled.


-£37m Cody

Manchester City


To Wout Weghorst, a loan (Burnley)

Jack Butland of Crystal Palace is out on loan.


Garang Kuol of the Central Coast Mariners was given $400,000.

Amadou Diallo (Free)

Martin Dubravka of Manchester Unite was brought back from loan.

Nottingham Forest has been somewhat less active this month after adding a full team of players in the summer.

Even though some of the best teams in Europe, like Arsenal, were also intereste in the Brazilian, Steve Cooper’s squad will view the signing of Danilo from Palmeiras as a win.

Wolves have been busy in the transfer market, spending £57 million on players including Mario Lemina of Nice, Sarabia of Paris Saint-Pablo Germain, and Matheus Cunha of Atletico Madrid.

The Midlands-based company has given Julen Lopetegui permission to alter

the team’s fortunes.

Forest, Nottingham

-£16 million Danilo (Palmeiras)


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