List of Premier League transfers in January


The Premier League transfers were wild across the January window, with plenty of deals being done in the final hours of the window.

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We all know that Premier League transfers are tough to complete in January, but plenty of moves happened this time around as teams at the top and bottom of the table are so close together and wanted to separate themselves.

This was a lot of fun to keep track of.

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To stay on top of the latest moves in and out of all 20 clubs, we will update the list below as Premier League transfers are confirmed.


Lino Sousa (West Brom)
Auston Trusty (Colorado Rapids)

Harry Clarke (Hibernian) Loan
Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Roma) Loan
Folarin Balogun (Middlesbrough) Loan
Deyan Iliev (released)
Brooke Norton-Cuffy (Lincoln) Loan
Sead Kolasinac (Marseille) Free
Pablo Mari (Udinese) Loan
Karl Hein (Reading) Loan
Tyreece John-Jules (Sheff Wed) Loan
Calum Chambers (Aston Villa)
Ryan Alebiosu (Crewe Alexandra) Loan
Nikolaj Moller (FC Den Bosch) Loan
Auston Trusty (Colorado Rapids) Loan
Amani Richards (Leicester)

Aston Villa

Philippe Coutinho (Barcelona) Loan
Lucas Digne (Everton) Undisclosed
Robin Olsen (Aston Villa) Loan
Calum Chambers (Arsenal)

Keinan Davis (Nott’m Forest) Loan
Wesley (Internacional) Loan
Aaron Ramsey (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Caleb Chukwuemeka (Livingston) Loan
Anwar El Ghazi (Everton) Loan
Jaden Philogene-Bidace (Stoke City) Loan
Cameron Archer (Preston) Loan
Arjan Raikhy (Grimsby) Loan
Louie Barry (Swindon) Loan
Matt Targett (Newcastle) Loan
Filip Marschall (Gateshead) Loan


Jonas Lossl (Midtjylland)
Christian Eriksen (Unattached) – Details
Hans Mpongo (Needham Market)
Deji Sotona (Nice) Loan

Lachlan Brook (Adelaide United) Loan
Joe Adams (Dundalk)
Patrik Gunnarsson (Viking Fotballklubb)
Joel Valencia (Agrupacion Deportiva Alcorcon) Loan
Dominic Thompson (Ipswich) Loan
Mads Bidstrup (FC Nordsjaelland) Loan
Charlie Goode (Sheffield United) Loan
Luka Racic (HB Køge) Loan
Marcus Forss (Hull) Loan

Brighton & Hove Albion

Kacper Kozlowski (Pogon Szczecin)
Billie Clark (Whitehawk)
Deniz Undav (Royale Union Saint-Gilloise)
Benicio Baker-Boaitey (Porto) Loan

Aaron Connolly (Middlesbrough) Loan
Kacper Kozlowski (Royale Union St-Gilloise)
Leo Ostigard (Genoa) Loan
Jurgen Locadia (Bochum) Undisclosed
Taylor Richards (Birmingham) Loan
Christian Walton (Ipswich Town)
Deniz Undav (Royale Union Saint-Gilloise) Loan
Ryan Longman (Hull)
Dan Burn (Newcastle)
Kjell Scherpen (Oostende) Loan


Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg)

Jacob Bedeau (Morecambe) Loan
Anthony Glennon (Barrow) Loan
Chris Wood (Newcastle) Undisclosed
Ethen Vaughan (Farsley Celtic) Loan


Mason Burstow (Charlton Athletic)

Lewis Baker (Stoke City)
Juan Castillo (Charlton Athletic) Loan
Tariq Uwakwe (Crewe Alexandra)
Tino Anjorin (Huddersfield Town) Loan
Mason Burstow (Charlton Athletic) Loan

Crystal Palace

Killian Phillips (Drogheda United)
Jean-Philippe Mateta (Mainz)
Luke Plange (Derby)

Jake O’Brien (Swindon Town) Loan
Jacob Montes (RWD Molenbeek) Loan
James Taylor (Tonbridge Angels) Loan
Jay Rich-Baghuelou (Accrington Stanley)
Ollie Webber (Portsmouth)
Rob Street (Newport County) Loan
Luke Plange (Derby) Loan


Vitalii Mykolenko (Dynamo Kiev)
Nathan Patterson (Rangers)
Anwar El Ghazi (Aston Villa) Loan
Donny van de Beek (Manchester United) Loan
Dele Alli (Tottenham) – Details

Lucas Digne (Aston Villa)
Ellis Simms (Hearts) Loan
Lewis Warrington (Tranmere) Loan

Leeds United

Mateo Joseph Fernandez (Espanyol)

Ryan Edmondson (Port Vale) Loan
Cody Drameh (Cardiff City) Loan
Josh Galloway (FC United of Manchester) Loan
Bobby Kamwa (Dunfermline Athletic) Loan

Leicester City

Jacob Wakeling (Barrow) Loan
Filip Benkovic (Released)
Kasey McAteer (Forest Green Rovers) Loan
Josh Eppiah (Northampton) Loan
Jakub Stolarczyk (Dunfermline) Loan
Ali Reghba (Chabab Riadhi Belouizdad)
Sam Hughes (Burton)
Vontae Daley-Campbell (Dundee) Loan


Luis Diaz (Porto)

Tony Gallacher (St Johnstone)
Morgan Boyes (Livingston)
Vitezslav Jaros (Notts County) Loan
Nat Phillips (Bournemouth) Loan
Neco Williams (Fulham) Loan

Manchester City

Julian Alvarez (River Plate)

Ferran Torres (Barcelona)
Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Stoke City) Loan
James Trafford (Bolton Wanderers) Loan
Tommy Doyle (Cardiff City) Loan
Patrick Roberts (Sunderland)
Julian Alvarez (River Plate) Loan
Finley Burns (Swansea) Loan
Camron Gbadebo (Colchester)
Sammy Robinson (Port Vale)
Matt Smith (MK Dons)
Luke Bolton (Salford)

Manchester United

Teden Mengi (Birmingham City) Loan
Ethan Laird (AFC Bournemouth) Loan
Axel Tuanzebe (Napoli) Loan
Anthony Martial (Sevilla) Loan
Amad (Rangers) Loan
Donny van de Beek (Everton) Loan
Matej Kovar (Burton) Loan
Dillon Hoogewerf (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Newcastle United

Kieran Trippier (Atletico Madrid)
Chris Wood (Burnley)
Bruno Guimaraes (Lyon)
Matt Targett (Aston Villa) Loan
Dan Burn (Brighton)

Joe White (Hartlepool) Loan
Freddie Woodman (AFC Bournemouth) Loan
Matt Bondswell (Shrewsbury) Loan
Elliot Anderson (Bristol Rovers) Loan
Matty Longstaff (Mansfield) Loan
Jeff Hendrick (QPR) Loan

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Norwich City

Tom Dickson-Peters (Gillingham) Loan
Tyrese Omotoye (Carlisle) Loan
Bali Mumba (Peterborough United) Loan
Rocky Bushiri (Hibernian) Loan
Gassan Ahadme (Burton Albion)
Onel Hernandez (Birmingham City) Loan
Josh Martin (Doncaster Rovers) Loan
Sebastian Soto (Livingston) Loan
Jordan Hugill (Cardiff) Loan
Todd Cantwell (AFC Bournemouth) Loan


Willy Caballero (Free)

Sam McQueen (Retirement)
Jack Bycroft (Dorchester) Loan
Dan Nlundulu (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Jeremi Rodriguez (Burgos CF) Loan
Caleb Watts (Crawley Town) Loan
Kayne Ramsay (Ross County) Loan
Dynel Simeu (Carlisle) Loan

Tottenham Hotspur

Rodrigo Bentancur (Juventus) – Details
Dejan Kulusevski (Juventus) Loan – Details

Kion Etete (Cheltenham Town) Loan
Dilan Markanday (Blackburn)
Jack Clarke (Sunderland) Loan
Nile John (Charlton) Loan
Tanguy Ndombele (Lyon) Loan
Bryan Gil (Valencia) Loan
Giovani Lo Celso (Villarreal) Loan
Dele Alli (Everton)


Maduka Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam)
Hassane Kamara (Nice)
Samir (Udinese)
Edo Kayembe (Eupen)
Samuel Kalu (Bordeaux)

Maduka Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam) Loan
Pontus Dahlberg (Gillingham) Loan
Ryan Cassidy (Bohemian) Loan
Domingos Quina (Barnsley) Loan

West Ham United

Conor Coventry (MK Dons) Loan
Joseph Anang (St Patrick’s) Loan
Frederik Alves (Brondby)

Wolverhampton Wanderers

Hayao Kawabe (Grasshoppers)
Chiquinho (Estoril)
Jeong Sang-bin (Suwon Samsung Bluewings)

Theo Corbeanu (MK Dons) Loan
Lewis Richards (Harrogate Town) Loan
Luke Matheson (Scunthorpe) Loan
Leonardo Campana (Inter Miami) Loan
Hayao Kawabe (Grasshoppers) Loan
Dion Sanderson (QPR) Loan
Jeong Sang-bin (Grasshoppers) Loan
Austin Samuels (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)
Adama Traore (Barcelona) Loan
Bruno Jordao (Grasshopper Club Zurich) Loan
Oscar Burr (Released)
Louie Moulden (Ebbsfleet) Loan
Andreas Sondergaard (Hereford) Loan
Ryan Giles (Blackburn) Loan

USMNT reportedly opens contract talks with Gregg Berhalter; Good or bad idea?


Gregg Berhalter may be sticking around the United States men’s national team program, giving the USMNT coaching continuity as it moves from 2022 World Cup Round of 16 member to 2026 World Cup co-host.

ESPN’s Jeff Carlisle says that Berhalter is beginning contract discussions with the United States Soccer Federation but also interested in taking a job in Europe with his profile having risen alongside the USMNT at the World Cup.

Berhalter’s current contract ends at the end of the calendar year, and the Yanks have scheduled a domestic camp in January and friendlies against Serbia and Colombia.

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Berhalter has done some good things for the program, most notably winning the CONCACAF Nations League and Gold Cup with two different groups. He also straightened out the defending, for the most part, and got out of the World Cup group.

Berhalter successfully recruited Sergino Dest and Yunus Musah, two of the program’s stars at the World Cup. He also convinced Malik Tillman, Gaga Slonina, and Jesus Ferreira that the U.S. was the right place for their national team futures.

He also, subjectively, was slow if not downright stubborn in acquiesing to certain points-of-view that made the team better. From Tyler Adams as a right back at the outset of his tenure to saying Tim Ream didn’t fit how he wanted to play about a month before the World Cup… then playing him every minute of the tournament.

But for the most part when lessons were learned, they stayed learned.

Should Gregg Berhalter continue as USMNT boss?

Let’s start here, because it’s necessary: It’s clear that Berhalter cared about his players and the project, whether you like the way he operated or not. This wasn’t a half-assed operation, but one with passion.

So does he still have that passion? Only he can answer that, and if he’d like to get more matchdays in his life then maybe he does want to go back to the club game.

And frankly, that’s fine either way, because his four years with the program were neither amazing nor pitiful. They can be described as anything from a slight disappointment to a minor success, depending on your perspective and expectations.

If you believe that picking up the pieces from the absolute travesty that was failing to qualify for the World Cup from the richest nation and one of the two most talented nations amongst CONCACAF men’s programs was really hard, then you think Berhalter getting the men to the 2022 World Cup and surviving the group with a young group was a solid step in the right direction and a minor success.

If you believe that the American soccer climate is such that you should always make the World Cup out of one of the world’s lesser confederations and that the Yanks progressed as the second team of a group in which they were the second-ranked team according to FIFA and Elo Ratings, well, you can have a different standard.

The Yanks will never again fail to qualify for the World Cup given the expanded field, but hosts have historically had a drastically-improved chance to reach the semifinals. THe federation would have to be confident that picking the best squad regardless of how it reflects on his previous selections — let alone a Best XI — is going to happen under a given coach.

Berhalter’s 49 and is far from the worst or best boss in USMNT history. Whoever’s in the job four years from now will have a chance to go down as either one. Choose wisely, fed. And Gregg! Who knows how far his star could rise with a solid run in Europe, and history says there will be the chance to reconnect with the USMNT job.

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Premier League table, 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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We’re at the 2022 World Cup break, and the final few rounds of Premier League fixtures caused so many shocks.

Who’s looking like title contenders and/or favorites?

Almost at the halfway mark of the 2022-23 season, Arsenal and Manchester City are looking head and shoulders above the rest.

The Gunners will have their hands full for the duration of their title challenge, as Erling Haaland continues to take the Premier League by storm with an almost impossible goal-scoring record.

Newcastle, Tottenham and Manchester United are locked in a battle for the top four, while Liverpool have improved and will be back in the Champions League scrap and Chelsea are struggling.

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Who are the early-season candidates for relegation?

Newly promoted Nottingham Forest moved off the bottom of the table with a win before the break, with Wolves and Southampton currently occupying the other two relegation places.

Leicester have picked up a few big wins, while West Ham, Everton and Leeds all find themselves within a few points of the bottom-three after a topsy-turvy start.

Below you will find the latest Premier League table.

Premier League table – Matchweek 16

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England vs France: How to watch live, stream link, team news


Match 59 of the 2022 World Cup features a pair of European heavyweights duking it out for a place in the semifinals when England faces France on Saturday.

Didier Deschamps’ France is bidding to become a back-to-back World Cup winner, but Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions are tournament-hardened and have shown their explosive nature three times this tournament.


France beat Poland 3-1 in its Round of 16 match while England overcame a dodgy start to pound Senegal 3-0.

Neither team can say its faced a test like this in the tournament, and this could be a fantastic fight in Qatar.

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Here is everything you need for England vs France.

How to watch England vs France live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 2pm ET, Saturday, December 1
Stadium: Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor
TV channels en Español: Telemundo
Streaming en Español: Peacock (all 64 matches)

Key storylines, players to watch closely

England will look to Harry Kane, though the question remains who will flank the Tottenham center forward. Marcus Rashford’s been very good but Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden got the starting spots against Senegal and it paid off for Southgate.

Kylian Mbappe has been borderline unstoppable and will test Harry Maguire, John Stones, and friends and Antoine Griezmann pulls the strings in behind and Aurelien Tchouameni continues to strengthen his reputation in the center of the pitch.

England quick facts

Current FIFA world ranking: 5
World Cup titles: 1 (1966)
World Cup appearances: 15
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from UEFA
Coach: Gareth Southgate
Key players: Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham, Jordan Pickford

France quick facts

Current FIFA world ranking: 4
World Cup titles: 2 (1998, 2018)
World Cup appearances: 15
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from UEFA (Won Group D)
Coach: Didier Deschamps
Key players: Kylian Mbappe, Raphael Varane, Antoine Griezmann

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Croatia vs Brazil: How to watch live, stream link, team news


World Cup-savvy Croatia stands in the way of stylish Brazil’s pursuit of a sixth World Cup crown, and the pair promise a complex match-up on Friday in Al Rayyan.

Match 58 of the 2022 World Cup kicks off the quarterfinals as Neymar leads Tite’s star-studded CONMEBOL powers into a match against the 2018 runners-up.


Croatia got past Japan in penalties and will now dream of the two wins that could set it back in the final where France could again be waiting for a juicy rematch.

Croatia needed penalties to get past Japan in the Round of 16, while Brazil pasted South Korea 4-1.  Croatia has never beaten Brazil in four meetings, losing at the 2006 and 2014 World Cups.

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Here is everything you need for Croatia vs Brazil.

How to watch Croatia vs Brazil live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 10am ET, Friday, December 9
Stadium: Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan
TV channels en Español: Telemundo
Streaming en Español: Peacock (all 64 matches)

Key storylines, players to watch closely

Croatia’s Dominik Livakovic was fantastic in penalties versus Japan to get here, but Luka Modric continues to do the things that get Croatia out of trouble and puts the opponents into heaps of it. Josko Gvardiola has arguably been the defender of the tournament, and the 20-year-old looks to test his mettle again against the Selecao.

Pick a Brazil player who’s failed to impress and you’ve achieved a mighty feat. Neymar’s been fantastic when healthy while RIcharlison is in serious pursuit of the Golden Boot. Alisson Becker flexed his muscles once or twice versus South Korea and figures to be busier as the competition continues to heat up in Qatar.

Croatia quick facts

Current FIFA world ranking: 12
World Cup titles: 0
World Cup appearances: 6
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from UEFA (1st place)
Coach: Zlatko Dalic
Key players: Luka Modric, Andrej Kramaric, Mateo Kovacic, Josko Gvardiol

Brazil quick facts

Current FIFA world ranking: 1
World Cup titles: 5 (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)
World Cup appearances: 22
How they qualified: Qualified automatically from CONMEBOL (1st place)
Coach: Tite
Key players: Neymar, Thiago Silva, Casemiro, Alisson Becker

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