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Full list of Premier League transfer deals on Deadline Day

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Below is a list of all the confirmed transfers on Deadline Day involving Premier League clubs.

[ MORE: Latest January transfer news ] 

The January transfer window shut at 6 p.m. ET on Jan. 31 meaning the squad each PL club now has is all they have to work with between now and May.

With a flurry of late deals, plenty of teams managed to grab hold of what they needed. Just. As Southampton splashed $21.5 million on Manolo Gabbiadini to set a new club record for a transfer fee. Crystal Palace, Hull City and Burnley were also busy.

[ MORE: Grades for each PL club on January deals ]

Here’s a look at which clubs spent money and shipped players out in the final 24 hours of the January transfer window.


Arsenal

In
None

Out
Chuba Akpom (Brighton & Hove Albion) Loan
Gedion Zelalem (VVV Venlo) Loan
Kaylen Hinds (Stevenage Borough) Loan


Bournemouth

In
Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United) Undisclosed

Out
Marc Wilson (West Bromwich Albion) Loan


Burnley

In
Ashley Westwood (Aston Villa) $6.2 million
Robbie Brady (Norwich City) $16.3 million

Out
None


Chelsea

In
None

Out
None


Crystal Palace

In
Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool) Loan
Luka Milivojevic (Olympiacos) $16 million

Out
Jordon Mutch (Reading) Loan


Everton

In
None

Out
None


Hull City

In
Andrea Ranocchia (Inter Milan) Loan
Alfred N'Diaye (Villarreal) Loan
Kamil Grosicki (Rennes) Undisclosed

Out
Alex Bruce (Wigan Athletic) Loan
James Weir (Wigan Athletic) Loan


Leicester City

In
Molla Wague (Granada) Loan

Out
Matty James (Barnsley) Loan 
Callum Elder (Barnsley) Loan


Liverpool

In
None

Out
None


Manchester City

In
None

Out
None


Manchester United

In
None

Out
None


Middlesbrough

In
Adlene Guedioura (Watford) $4 million

Out
Mark Kitching (Rochdale) Undisclosed


Southampton

In
Mouez Hassen (OGC Nice) Loan
Manolo Gabbiadini (Napoli) $21.5 million

Out
None


Stoke City

In
None

Out
George Waring (Carlisle United) Loan


Sunderland

In
None

Out
Andrew Nelson (Hartepool United) Loan


Swansea City

In
Jordan Ayew (Aston Villa) Swap

Out
Marvin Emnes (Blackburn Rovers) Loan
Modou Barrow (Leeds United) Loan
Neil Taylor (Aston Villa) Swap
Ryan Hedges (Barnsley) Undisclosed
Owain Jones (Yeovil Town) Loan


Tottenham Hotspur

In
None

Out
None


Watford

In
None

Out
Odio Ighalo (Changchun Yatai) $25 million
Adlene Guedioura (Middlesbrough) $4 million 
Michael Folivi (Coventry City) Loan


West Bromwich Albion

In
Marc Wilson (AFC Bournemouth) Loan

Out
Tahvon Campbell (Notts County) Loan


West Ham United

In
None

Out
Reece Oxford (Reading) Loan

Watford chasing Rennes, Senegal star Sarr

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Watford may capture one of the rising stars of the game.

Ismaila Sarr would cost the Hornets a club transfer record fee, and Sky Sports says that Watford and Rennes are about $10 million apart.

The Ligue 1 side reportedly wants $34 million for the Senegal national team right wing.

[ VIDEO: Nketiah leads Arsenal win ]

Sarr, 21, scored a goal and an assist in Senegal’s run to the Africa Cup of Nations final, playing opposite Sadio Mane of Liverpool.

He posted 13 goals with 14 assists last season between Ligue 1, the French Cup, and the Europa League. He was the lone Rennes player to score against Arsenal in the UEL Round of 16.

Watford has held onto Abdoulaye Doucoure and Dodi Lukebakio this offseason. Lukebakio is also a 21-year-old right wing, and had a sensational loan season with Fortuna Dusseldorf in 2019-20.

Nketiah leads Arsenal past Fiorentina (video)

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Eddie Nketiah scored twice as Arsenal beat Fiorentina 3-0 in Charlotte on Saturday.

Joe Willock also scored for the Gunners, which beat Colorado Rapids and Bayern Munich in their first two matches of the preseason and meet Real Madrid in Maryland on Tuesday.

[ MORE: Guardiola hails KDB ]

Fiorentina took 18 of the match’s 30 shots, though Arsenal had nearly 60 percent of the ball.

Nketiah, 20, scored against Burnley in last season’s Premier League finale and then late against Bayern Munich earlier this week.

He was deft in a high-pressure spot for this one.

Premier League friendlies: Watford beats Bayer, Man Utd over Inter

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Arsenal and Fiorentina are set to kickoff in Charlotte tonight, with the Gunners the last of a bevy of Premier League sides to engage in preseason friendlies this muggy Saturday.

[ MORE: Guardiola hails KDB ]


Girona 1-2 Bournemouth

Juanpe’s late header pushed La Liga’s hosts past Eddie Howe and his 10-man Cherries, playing down after VAR deemed Jack Simpson‘s foul worthy of a sending off. Ryan Fraser scored Bournemouth’s goal, assisted by Jordon Ibe.

Northampton Town 0-4 Sheffield United

Oliver Norwood converted two penalties in an easy win for Chris Wilder in his return to a club he played for and managed.

Fulham 2-1 Brighton and Hove Albion

Pascal Gross scored with an early free kick — a Megan Rapinoe special — but Tom Cairney scored twice after halftime for the Championship side.

Cheltenham Town 1-2 Leicester City

The Foxes collected a second win over a lower league side this week, with Jamie Vardy and Marc Albrighton on the board.

Newcastle United 1-0 West Ham United (Shanghai)

New manager Steve Bruce watched from the crowd as the Magpies made amends for a 4-0 loss to Wolves by blanking West Ham. Jamie Sterry‘s cross for Yoshinori Muto was delightful, and the Japanese striker’s finish was well-taken.

Port Vale 1-3 Burnley; Crewe Alexandra 0-1 Burnley

Chris Wood, Matej Vydra and Robbie Brady scored as the Clarets overcame an early Nick Pope goal to beat Port Vale, but the Premier League side couldn’t do much in a simultaneous friendly at Crewe.

Inter Milan 0-1 Manchester United (Singapore)

Substitute forward Mason Greenwood, just 17, scored the late goal in a match United controlled, outshooting Inter 21-8.

Preston North End 1-3 Southampton

Brace-bagging Danny Ings doesn’t usually have a problem with finish, so passing the ball directly to him is not something we’d recommend to goalkeepers. Jake Vokins also scored for Saints at Deepdale.

Watford 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (Austria)

Will Hughes and Andre Gray scored as the Hornets collected a win over Champions League competition.

Man City (0-0, 2-3 pens) Wolves (Shanghai)

Rui Patricio was very good over 90 minutes, and stopped City’s first two penalty attempts as Wolves continue to perplex the PL champions.

WATCH: Marco Fabian smashes set piece goal

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Marco Fabian sent a missile toward goal, and perhaps it’s good the goalkeeper didn’t get to the hand-breaking shot.

Philadelphia took a 1-0 lead over Chicago on Saturday in Chester, Pennsylvania, thanks to the Mexican midfielder.

[ REPORT: Man Utd locks up De Gea ]

It was a pretty set piece from Jim Curtin’s men, a backwards played free kick was laid off to Fabian for his audacious rip.

Fabian hasn’t had a wonderful 2019 season, but his fourth goal of the season will give Union supporters hope that he’ll pick up his form and make the already East-leading side all the more dangerous.