Done Deal: Every move by a Premier League club in the January transfer window

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After a busy, but not hectic, month since the transfer window re-opened and has now closed, there’s been a steady stream of business from Premier League sides.

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On Deadline Day Chelsea splashed some serious cash to bring in Juan Cuadrado for just shy of $38 million after offloading Andre Schurrle and Mohamed Salah, while Manchester City’s $42 million purchase of Wilfried Bony and Arsenal’s $18 million capture of Gabriel Paulista were the other big moves over the past month.

Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City were the busiest teams in the window, as Liverpool and Newcastle United couldn’t get any deals over the line.

Below is a full list of every single in and out from all 20 PL teams during the January transfer window.

Here it goes…

Arsenal

In – Gabriel Paulista ($18 million, Villarreal), Krystian Bielik ($4 million, Legia Warsaw)

Out – Joel Campbell (Loan, Villarreal), Benik Afobe (Undisclosed, Wolves), Matt Macey (Loan, Accrington Stanley), Lukas Podolski (Loan, Inter Milan)

Aston Villa

In – Scott Sinclair (Loan, Man City), Carles Gil ($5.5 million, Valencia)

Out – Chris Herd (Loan, Wigan Athletic), Daniel Johnson (Undisclosed, Preston North End), Gary Gardner (Loan, Nottingham Forest), Jordan Graham (Undisclosed, Wolves), Darren Bent (Loan, Derby County), Callum Robinson (Loan, Preston North End)

Burnley 

In – Michael Keane (Undisclosed, Manchester United)

Out – Alex Cisak (Loan, Leyton Orient)

Chelsea

In – Juan Cuadrado ($40 million, Fiorentina)

Out – Andre Schurrle ($32 million, Wolfsburg), Mohamed Salah (Loan, Fiorentina), Nathaniel Chalobah (Loan, Reading), Tomas Kalas (Loan, Middlesbrough), Lewis Baker (Loan, Sheffield Wednesday), Todd Kane (Loan, Nottingham Forest), Mark Schwarzer (Free, Chelsea), John Swift (Loan, Swindon), Alex Kiwomya (Loan, Barnsley), Ryan Bertrand (Undisclosed, Southampton)

Crystal Palace

In – Yaya Sanogo (Loan, Arsenal), Jordon Mutch ($8 million, QPR), Pape Souare (Undisclosed, Lille), Shola Ameobi (Free, Gaziantep), Keshi Anderson (Undisclosed, Barton Rovers), Lee Chung-Yong (Undisclosed, Bolton), Wilfried Zaha (Undisclosed, Manchester United)

Out – Jack Hunt (Loan, Rotherham United), Stuart O’Keefe (Undisclosed, Cardiff City), Zeki Fryers (Loan, Rotherham United), Jake Gray (Loan, Cheltenham), Lewis Price (Loan, Crawley), Alex Wynter (Loan, Colchester United), Barry Bannan (Loan, Bolton)

Everton

In – Aaron Lennon (Loan, Tottenham Hotspur)

Out – Samuel Eto’o (Undisclosed, Sampdoria), Chris Lond (Loan, Brentford), John Lundstram (Loan, Leyton Orient), Hallam Hope (Undisclosed, Bury), Matty Kennedy (Undisclosed, Cardiff City), Conor McAleny (Loan, Cardiff City)

Hull City

In – Greg Luer (Undisclosed, Burgess Hill Town), Dame N’Doye (Undisclosed, Lokomotiv Moscow)

Out – Tom Ince (Loan, Derby County), Karim Rossi (Free, Zulte Waregem), Greg Luer (Loan, Port Vale)

Leicester City

In – Andrej Kramaric ($15 million, FC Rijeka), Mark Schwarzer (Free, Chelsea), Robert Huth (Loan, Stoke City)

Out – Adam Smith (Loan, Mansfield Town), Jack Barmby (Loan, Rotherham United), Callum Elder (Loan, Mansfield Town), Tom Hopper (Loan, Scunthorpe)

Liverpool

In – N/A

Out – Connor Randall (Loan, Shrewsbury), Oussama Assaidi (Undisclosed, Al Ahli Club), Lloud Jones (Loan, Cheltenham), Kevin Stewarte (Loan Cheltenham), Jack Dunn (Loan, Cheltenham), Sheyi Ojo (Loan, Wigan), Suso ($1.5 million, AC Milan)

Manchester City

In – Wilfried Bony ($38 million, Swansea City)

Out – Scott Sinclair (Loan, Aston Villa), Devante Cole (Loan, MK Dons), Matija Nastasic (Loan, Schalke), Jordy Hiwula (Loan, Walsall)

Manchester United

In – Victor Valdes (Free, unattached), Andy Kellet (Loan, Bolton)

Out – Ben Amos (Loan, Bolton Wanderers), Joe Rothwell (Loan, Blackburn Rovers), Will Keane (Loan, Sheffield Wednesday), Sam Johnstone (Loan, Preston North End), Michael Keane (Undisclosed, Burnley), Ben Pearson (Loan, Barnsley), Marnick Vermijl (Undisclosed, Sheffield Wednesday), Jesse Lingard (Loan, Derby County), Darren Fletcher (Free, West Bromwich Albion), Wilfried Zaha (Undisclosed, Crystal Palace)

Newcastle United

In – N/A

Out -Davide Santon (Loan, Inter Milan), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa ($8 million, AS Roma), Hatem Ben Arfa (Free, Nice), Gael Bigirimana, Kevin Mbabu, Shane Ferguson, Remie Streete and Haris Vuckic (All on loan, Glasgow Rangers)

Queens Park Rangers

In – Mauro Zarate (Loan, West Ham United)

Out – Jordon Mutch ($8 million, Crystal Palace)

Southampton

In – Eljero Elia (Loan, Werder Bremen), Filip Djuricic (Loan, Benfica), Ryan Bertrand (Undisclosed, Chelsea)

Out – Jack Cork ($2.2 million, Swansea City), Jos Hooiveld (Loan, Millwall)

Stoke City

In – Philipp Wollscheid (Loan, Bayer Leverkusen)

Out – Robert Huth (Loan, Leicester City), George Waring (Loan, Barnsley), Ryan Shotton (Undisclosed, Derby County)

Sunderland

In – Jermain Defoe (Swap, Toronto FC)

Out – Jozy Altidore (Swap, Toronto FC), Michael Mandron (Loan, Shrewsbury), David Ferguson (Undisclosed, Blackpool), Connor Oliver (Undisclosed, Blackpool), Scott Harrison (Loan, Hartlepool), Charis Mavrias (Loan, Panathinaikos)

Swansea City

In – Jack Cork ($2.2 million, Southampton), Kyle Naughton ($7.5 million, Tottenham Hotspur), Matt Grimes ($3 million, Exeter City), Nelson Oliveira (Loan, Benfica)

Out – Wilfried Bony ($38 million, Manchester City), Jazz Richards (Loan, Fulham), Liam Shephard (Loan, Yeovil), Ryan Hedges (Loan, Leyton Orient), Rory Donnelly (Loan, Tranmere)

Tottenham Hotspur

In – Dele Alli ($8 million, MK Dons)

Out – Kenneth McEvoy (Loan, Colchester), Kyle Naughton ($7.5 million, Swansea City), Milos Veljkovic (Loan, Charlton Atheltic), Grant Hall (Loan, Blackpool), Jordan Archer (Loan, Millwall), Emmanuel Sonupe (Loan, St Mirren), Nathan Oduwa (Loan, Luton)

West Bromwich Albion

In – Callum McManaman ($7 million, Wigan Athletic), Darren Fletcher (Free, Manchester United)

Out – Luke Daniels (Undisclosed, Scunthorpe), Bradley Garmston (Loan, Gillingham)

West Ham United

In – Doneil Henry (Undisclosed, Apollon Limassol)

Out – Jamie Harney (Loan, Colchester United), Sean Maguire (Loan, Accrington Stanley), Paul McCallum (Loan, Portsmouth), Mauro Zarate (Loan, QPR), Blair Turgott (Free, Coventry)

Watch Live: Saints v. Liverpool headlines five PL games

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Five Premier League games are coming up at 10 a.m. ET on Saturday, as the second Matchweek of the new campaign comes roaring at us.

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Southampton and Liverpool clash at St Mary’s in the main game at 10 a.m. ET, while two new boys have their first home games back in the PL.

Aston Villa host Bournemouth at Villa Park, while Norwich host Newcastle at Carrow Road. Elsewhere, Everton host Watford and West Ham travel to Brighton.

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You can access additional games by purchasing the new “Premier League Pass” via NBC Sports Gold which also includes an extensive selection of shoulder programming such as Premier League News, Premier League Today and NBC Sports originals such as Premier League Download and much more.

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For those of you familiar with the Premier League Breakaway Show during busy days (Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, Championship Sunday etc.) in the PL, this will follow that model of being similar to the NFL RedZone with action shown from all of the games in the 10 a.m. ET window. More info is available here.

The schedule for all five games at 10 a.m. ET is below and you can stream each game live by clicking on the links.


10 a.m. ET: Southampton v. Liverpool – NBCSN [STREAM]
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Classy Arsenal beat Burnley

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Arsenal beat Burnley 2-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday to make it two wins from two to start the new season. It is the first time in 10 years Arsenal have won their opening two games of a Premier League season.

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The Gunners took the lead early on through Alexandre Lacazette but a stubborn Burnley wouldn’t go away and Ashley Barnes equalized in a somewhat fortuitous manner before the break.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the winner as Dani Ceballos dazzled on his full debut in the Premier League.

Up next for the Gunners is a trip to Liverpool followed by a north London derby against Tottenham. It is then we will see just how good this Gunners side really is.


3 things we learned

1. Ceballos is the real deal: The Spanish midfielder worked so hard defensively and oozed class on the ball. He is the replacement for Aaron Ramsey and was absolutely sensational. If he keeps playing like this, Arsenal may not be able to afford to buy him permanently next summer…

2. Defensive issues remain: There were a few shaky moments at the back for the Gunners. David Luiz‘s first start saw him take a few risks on the ball, while Bernd Leno flapped at a few crosses. Arsenal looked better defensively with Guendouzi in front of the defense, but they are far from being a solid outfit.

3. Burnley were Burnley: Sean Dyche‘s side didn’t have much of the ball but they created dangerous chances from set pieces and as long as they were only one-goal down, they were always a threat.

Man of the Match: Dani Ceballos – He will become a firm fans favorite at the Emirates Stadium. Silky on the ball, the Spaniard dug deep defensively and dictated the tempo of the game. A fine home PL debut for the Real Madrid loanee, who whipped in the corner for Lacazette’s goal and then won the ball back to create Aubameyang’s goal.


Arsenal were rampant early on and after Lacazette’s header was denied by Nick Pope, the French striker wriggled free from the resulting corner and made it 1-0.

Ashley Barnes flashed an effort just wide soon after as Burnley responded well to going behind with several high balls into the Arsenal box causing the Gunners defense problems.

Before the break Ceballos, who was running the show, orchestrated a fine counter attack which ended in Pope denying Matteo Guendouzi. Moments later Burnley were level as Dwight McNeil‘s deflected shot found Barnes and he bundled the ball home under pressure from Guendouzi to equalize against the run of play.

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Arsenal thought they’d retaken the lead right on half time but Nacho Monreal was flagged for offside as he pulled the ball back for Reiss Nelson to smash home. VAR checked the decision and no goal was given.

Nicolas Pepe came on at half time as Arsenal cranked through in the second half, with the home side dominating the play and Pope making several saves.

Ceballos, once again, was the heart of their game-winning goal as he won the ball back in a dangerous area and Aubameyang raced towards goal before curling home at the near post.

VIDEO: Lacazette scores superb solo goal

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Alexandre Lacazette is off and running for the new Premier League season.

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The Frenchman, fresh from his return from injury, wriggled free at the near post and somehow snuck his shot home to put Arsenal 1-0 up at the Emirates Stadium against Burnley.

Watch his superb strike in the video above, as the Gunners looked solid and dangerous with Dani Ceballos pulling the strings.

Watch Live: Arsenal v. Burnley

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Arsenal host Burnley on Saturday (Watch live, 7:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com) as both teams aim to stay perfect after wins to open up the new season.

The Gunners won 1-0 at Newcastle last week, while Burnley hammered Southampton at home, and Unai Emery’s men are red-hot favorites to make it two wins from two as their attacking stars start to find their groove.

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In team news Arsenal start David Luiz and Dani Ceballos, while Alexandre Lacazette returns from injury. Henrikh Mkhitaryan drops to the bench and club-record signing Nicolas Pepe is also named as a sub. Mesut Ozil misses our through illness.

Burnley start with the same team that beat Southampton 3-0 last weekend, as Jay Rodriguez and Aaron Lennon are handy attacking options to have on the bench.

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