Premier League January transfers: Latest news


Premier League transfer news keeps on coming, as the January window is bubbling up nicely before deadline day on Feb. 1.

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There have been plenty of loans moves so far in January, with the Premier League transfer news dominated by players who are out of contract, close to being out of contract or potential loans and swap deals.

For transfer deadline day on Feb. 1, you can watch Sky Sports News free on Peacock from 8 a.m. ET, plus we will have a special transfer Deadline Day show on NBCSN and online via from 4-6:30 p.m. ET.

Due to the current financial situation, that is understandable and the summer transfer window only just ended in early October too.

That said, there are plenty of deals which could still happen which include Dele Alli leaving Tottenham, Jesse Lingard moving on from Manchester United, free agent Diego Costa finding a new club and plenty more.

Liverpool could bring in a center back, Arsenal want a left back and an attacking midfielder and West Ham are on the hunt for a forward as there will be plenty of moves late in the window.

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Below you will find a list of the notable transfer deals from all 20 Premier League clubs so far in January, with more details included.

This page will be updated throughout the winter window as the transfer news evolves.


Omar Rekik (Hertha Berlin)
Mat Ryan (Brighton) Loan
Martin Odegaard (Real Madrid) Loan – More details

Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Arsenal) Loan
Joe Willock (Newcastle) Loan
Shkodran Mustafi (Schalke)
Sead Kolasinac (Schalke) Loan
William Saliba (Nice) Loan
Daniel Ballard (Blackpool) Loan extension
Matt Macey (Hibernian)
Sokratis (Released)
Mesut Ozil (Fenerbahce) – More details
Matt Smith (Charlton) Loan

Aston Villa

Morgan Sanson (Marseille) 

Lovre Kalinic (Hajduk Split) Loan
Jack Clarke (Chesterfield) Loan
Tyreik Wright (Walsall) Loan
Dominic Revan (Weymouth) Loan
Callum Rowe (Hereford United) Loan
Conor Hourihane (Swansea) Loan
Indiana Vassilev (Cheltenham) Loan
Henri Lansbury (Released)
Frederic Guilbert (Strasbourg) Loan

Brighton & Hove Albion


Moises Caicedo (Independiente del Valle)

Jayson Molumby (Preston) Loan
Viktor Gyokeres (Coventry) Loan
Warren O’Hora (MK Dons)
Bernardo (Red Bull Salzburg) Loan
Mat Ryan (Arsenal) Loan
Glenn Murray (Nottingham Forest)


Benn Ward (Hastings)
Anthony Gomez (Barrow) Loan

Bobby Thomas (Barrow) Loan


Charlie Brown (MK Dons)
Lucas Piazon (Braga)
Danny Drinkwater (Kasimpasa) Loan
Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan) Loan
Baba Rahman (PAOK) Loan
Jack Wakely (Brighton) Loan

Crystal Palace

Jean-Philippe Mateta (Mainz) Loan

Rob Street (Torquay) Loan
Max Meyer (Released)
Scott Banks (Dunfermline) Loan
Jarosław Jach (Rakow Czestochowa) Loan
Sam Woods (Plymouth Argyle) Loan



Joshua King (Bournemouth)

Matthew Pennington (Shrewsbury) Loan
Jarrad Branthwaite (Blackburn) Loan
Ellis Simms (Blackpool) Loan
Yannick Bolasie (Middlesbrough) Loan
Jonas Lossl (Midtjylland)



Josh Maja (Bordeaux) Loan

Anthony Knockaert (Nott’m Forest) Loan extension
Jerome Opoku (Plymouth) Loan extension
Stefan Johansen (QPR) Loan
Jean Michael Seri (Bordeaux) Loan
Jonjoe Kenny (Celtic) Loan

Leeds United

Jordan Stevens (Bradford) Loan
Ryan Edmondson (Northampton) Loan
Robbie Gotts (Salford) Loan

Leicester City

Admiral Muskwe (Wycombe) Loan
Matty James (Coventry) Loan
Daniel Iversen (Preston) Loan
Josh Knight (Wycombe) Loan extension
Filip Benkovic (OH Leuven) Loan
Islam Slimani (Lyon)
Darnell Johnson (AFC Wimbledon) Loan
Demarai Gray (Bayer Leverkusen)



Ben Davies (Preston North End) – More details
Ozan Kabak (Schalke) Loan – More details

Takumi Minamino (Southampton) Loan – More details
Liam Millar (Charlton) Loan
Adam Lewis (Plymouth) Loan

Manchester City

Morgan Rogers (Lincoln) Loan

Manchester United

Amad Diallo (Atalanta) – More details

Max Haygarth (Brentford)
Ethan Laird (MK Dons) Loan
Luca Ercolani (Carpi)
Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Bayer Leverkusen)
Di’Shon Bernard (Salford) Loan extension
Jesse Lingard (West Ham) Loan
Tahith Chong (Club Brugge) Loan
Fecundo Pellistri (Alaves) Loan

Newcastle United


Joe Willock (Arsenal) Loan

Rolando Aarons (Huddersfield)

Sheffield United

George Broadbent (Beerschot) Loan



Takumi Minamino (Liverpool) Loan – More details

Shane Long (Bournemouth) Loan
Yan Valery (Birmingham City) Loan
Tyreke Johnson (Gillingham)
Callum Slattery (Gillingham) Loan
Jake Vokins (Sunderland) Loan

Tottenham Hotspur

Paulo Gazzaniga (Elche) Loan
Jubril Okedina (Cambridge) Loan
Jack Clarke (Stoke) Loan
Harvey White (Portsmouth) Loan
Anthony Georgiou (AEL Limassol)
Brandon Austin (Orlando City) Loan
Shilow Tracey (Cambridge) Loan
Malachi Fagan-Walcott (Dundee) Loan
Maurizio Pochettino (Watford)
Troy Parrott (Ipswich) Loan

West Bromwich Albion

Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Arsenal) Loan
Okay Yokuslu (Celta Vigo) Loan
Robert Snodgrass (West Ham)
Andy Lonergan
Mbaye Diagne (Galatasaray) Loan

Owen Windsor (Newport) Loan
Charlie Austin (QPR) Loan
Jonathan Bond (LA Galaxy)
Kenneth Zohore (Millwall) Loan extension
Rekeem Harper (Birmingham) Loan

West Ham United

Frederik Alves (Silkeborg)
Said Benrahma (Brentford)
Jesse Lingard (Man Utd) Loan

Sebastien Haller (Ajax)
Robert Snodgrass (West Brom)
Dan Kemp (Leyton Orient)
Goncalo Cardoso (FC Basel) Loan
Winston Reid (Brentford) Loan

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Willian Jose (Real Sociedad) Loan – More details

Ruben Vinagre (Famalicao) Loan
Oskar Buur (Grasshoppers) Loan
Niall Ennis (Plymouth)
John Kitolano (Odds BK)
Ryan Giles (Rotherham) Loan
Patrick Cutrone (Valencia) Loan
Terry Taylor (Burton Albion)
Roderick Miranda (Released)

Tigres stun Chivas with wild comeback in five-goal thriller to win Liga MX Clausura


Tigres fought back from 2-0 down to beat Chivas 3-2 after extra time in a crazy second leg of Liga MX’s Clausura final, as Tigres were crowned Clausura champs.


Tied at 0-0 from the first leg of the final in San Nicolas on Thursday, Chivas roared into an early 2-0 lead at Akron Stadium as Roberto Alvarado and Victor Guzman both scored inside the opening 20 minutes.

But then Tigres roared back in the second half with Andre-Pierre Gignac scoring a penalty kick with 25 minutes to go, then six minutes later Sebastian Cordova made it 2-2 to force extra time.

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When the game looked destined for penalty kicks Guido Pizarro then scored a deflected winner in the 110th minute for Tigres, as two late red cards saw Cordova sent off for Tigres and Gilberto Sepulveda sent off for Chivas.

At the final whistle it was Tigres’ players who celebrated one of the most incredible comebacks in Liga MX final history, as they secured an eight Liga MX trophy and their first since winning the Clausura in 2019.

How to watch Chivas vs Tigres live, stream link and start time

Kick off: Sunday, May 28 – 9:25pm ET 
TV Channel: Telemundo, Universo
Online: Stream via Peacock

Second leg Chivas vs Tigres video highlights – 2-3

First leg Tigres vs Chivas video highlights – 0-0

Premier League final table: Final standings for 2022-23 season


If it’s the 2022-23 Premier League table you’re after, you’ve come to the right place.

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After the break for the 2022 World Cup, the Premier League returned with a bang and the start to 2023 delivered plenty of fun and it continued into the business end of the season.

Manchester City chased down Arsenal to win yet another Premier League title. Manchester United’s new-look side reclaimed a place in the top four, and so did Newcastle. Brighton and Aston Villa surprised by qualifying for Europe, while Liverpool dips into an unusual competition for its recent standards.

Teams were relegated. Managers were sacked. And here’s how the table looked when all was said and done.

Premier League final table – End of season

Premier League standings

NBC Sports’ standings and scoreboard

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Leicester relegated despite final day win over West Ham


Leicester City has been relegated to the Championship despite getting the win it needed to have hope of survival: a 2-1 defeat of West Ham United at the King Power Stadium on Championship Sunday.

Leicester entered the day two points back of Everton for 17th place on the Premier League table and got goals from Harvey Barnes and Wout Faes to secure three points, but Everton outlasted Bournemouth 1-0 to match the Foxes and keep them below the dreaded line.


Leicester finishes its season with 34 points in 18th place on the Premier League table.

West Ham, on the other hand, will be forgiven for focusing on the Europa Conference League Final but fought hard for an equalizer even though it only found a Pablo Fornals marker after Leicester had gone ahead two. The Irons finish 14th with 40 points.

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Too little, too late for Foxes

“Too little, too late” may go down as the story of the Foxes season.

Leicester did not get its recruitment plans correct — somewhat forced by Financial Fair Play — and then put too much faith in Brendan Rodgers to make things work.

Dean Smith got some performances out of this men, few better than Sunday, but this ultimately feels like a fait accompli: Sometimes, the whole is less than the sum of its parts. Despite big seasons from Harvey Barnes and James Maddison, this was that.

There’s also the question of playing for a draw against Newcastle on Monday, but let’s not heap criticism on Dean Smith for taking a calculated risk. He deserves better.

Leicester vs West Ham player ratings: Stars of the Show

Leicester vs West Ham player ratings

Harvey Barnes goal video: Leicester lifeline!

Wout Faes goal video: Foxes double the lead

Pablo Fornals goal video: Irons pull one back

How to watch Leicester vs West Ham live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 11:30am ET Sunday
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Key storylines & star players

Leicester would love to see Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Wilfred Ndidi pass fitness checks, but Dean Smith will have rested and ready Harvey Barnes and James Maddison in a bid to score more goals than the Irons.

West Ham could be seeing the penultimate appearance of Declan Rice in an Irons shirt, as the big-money midfielder is being linked to several big clubs in the Premier League.

Leicester team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: James Justin (calf), Jannik Vestergaard (calf), Wilfred Ndidi (thigh), Caglar Soyuncu (thigh), Ryan Bertrand (other)

West Ham team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Gianluca Scamacca (knee)

Leeds relegated from Premier League as Harry Kane hits 30-goal mark


Leeds (31 points – 19th place) have been relegated from the Premier League after they were beaten 4-1 by Tottenham at Elland Road on the final day of the 2022-23 season.

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Harry Kane scored twice more to complete his second 30-goal season, as Tottenham (60 points – 8th place) missed out on the Premier League’s final European place with Aston Villa beating 6th-place Brighton to qualify for the Europa Conference League. Now, a painfully pivotal summer of hirings and signings awaits for Spurs.

It was a nightmare start for Leeds, who needed not only a victory of their own but also points to be dropped by both Everton and Leicester above them. Tottenham’s first foray into Leeds’ penalty area ended with Kane hammering the ball past Joel Robles.


New half, same story for Leeds, who conceded once again barely a minute into the second half. Kane turned provider this time, as he lofted a blind ball into the channel for the overlapping Pedro Porro, who barely had a sight of goal with Robles smothering the near post. But, Porro placed a pinpoint strike just inside the far post from a tight angle.

Leeds gave themselves a faint hope when he slotted home after Georginio Rutter picked him out between two defenders in the 67th minute, but Kane answered just two minutes later with his second of the day and the 280th — and potentially final — goal of his Tottenham career.

Leeds United relegation reaction

Club statement:

“Everyone connected with Leeds United is deeply disappointed by the club’s relegation back to the Sky Bet Championship, after three seasons in the Premier League.

“Relegation is painful, and we apologize to our fanbase that the performances this season have not seen the club consolidate our status as we had all hoped.

“However, Leeds United remains in a strong position to build a team that can challenge for promotion from the Championship next season.

“We know things have not been good enough, we know we have to improve, but please be assured that behind the scenes we have worked hard to ensure that the past will not be repeated. Our focus is now on how we get straight back to the Premier League.

“Thank you for your unwavering support for the players and the badge, our objective is to continue to build the club into the one you deserve.”

Stars of the show

Leeds vs Tottenham

Leeds vs Tottenham, final score: 1-4

2nd minute – Harry Kane hammers home Tottenham’s opening goal

47th minute – Pedro Porro places a pinpoint strike inside the far post for 2-0

67th minute – Jack Harrison gives Leeds a late lifeline

69th minute – Harry Kane answers immediately with his 30th goal of the season

90th minute +4 – Lucas Moura adds to Leeds misery with Spurs’ 4th goal

How to watch Leeds vs Tottenham live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 11:30 am ET, Sunday
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Key storylines & star players

Leeds have had plenty of time opportunities to drag themselves out of the bottom-three and away from the relegation scrap as a whole, but they are now winless in their last eight games (0W-2D-6L) and have won just three of their last 24. Their biggest problem? The Premier League’s worst defensive record in 2022-23 — 74 goals conceded in 37 games. In each of the last four seasons, the side to concede the most goals has been relegated.

With another summer of uncertainty (from the manager to most of the first-team squad) on the cards for Spurs, Sunday could be the final time Harry Kane pulls on the white shirt of Tottenham, following reports this week that he will ask — or perhaps has already asked — to leave the club if a fair offer is made. Kane’s 278 goals make him the club’s all-time record goal scorer, and his departure could signal a full-blown tear-down and rebuild for the incoming manager still to be hired.

Leeds team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Tyler Adams (hamstring – out for season), Luis Sinisterra (ankle – out for season), Patrick Bamford (thigh)

Tottenham team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Cristian Romero (undisclosed), Rodrigo Bentancur (torn ACL – out for season), Hugo Lloris (hip), Eric Dier (hernia), Ryan Sessegnon (thigh), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (undisclosed)

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