List of Premier League transfers in January

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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.


Arsenal

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

Out
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

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

Out
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


Brentford

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

Out
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

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

Out
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


Burnley

In
Wout Weghorst (Wolfsburg)

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


Chelsea

In
Mason Burstow (Charlton Athletic)

Out
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

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

Out
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


Everton

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

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


Leeds United

In
Mateo Joseph Fernandez (Espanyol)

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


Leicester City

Out
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


Liverpool

In
Luis Diaz (Porto)

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


Manchester City

In
Julian Alvarez (River Plate)

Out
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

Out
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

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

Out
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

Out
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


Southampton

In
Willy Caballero (Free)

Out
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

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

Out
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)


Watford

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

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


West Ham United

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


Wolverhampton Wanderers

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

Out
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


Everton vs Brighton, live! How to watch, stream link, TV, team news

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Everton will be rested when it hosts a Brighton and Hove Albion side buzzing after picking up a draw against Chelsea earlier this week (Watch live at 9am ET Sunday on USA Network and online via NBCSports.com).

The Toffees’ midweek match with Newcastle was postponed and Rafa Benitez’s men haven’t played since a Dec. 16 draw at Chelsea. Everton sits a disappointing 15th on the Premier League table and is still waiting to get big forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin back in the fold.

STREAM LIVE EVERTON vs BRIGHTON

Brighton’s only lost once (and won once) in its last five matches but remains in the thick of the top seven discussion as Neal Maupay, Leandro Trossard, and Co. are getting more consistent in front of goal.

A Seagulls win Sunday will keep it in the top half but losing to the Toffees would see Everton move within two points of their visitors.

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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Everton vs Brighton.


Everton team news, injuries, lineup (INJURY REPORT)

OUT: Fabian Delph (knock), Richarlison (calf), Yerry Mina (thigh), Tom Davies (knee), Andros Townsend (foot)

Brighton team news, injuries, lineup

OUT: Lewis Dunk (knee), Jeremy Sarmiento (thigh), Jurgen Locadia (illness)


Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

It’s a virtual toss-up, perhaps slightly tilted to Brighton given that Everton’s at home and both teams are +170 to win. A draw pays a little bit better at +210.

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Prediction

The Seagulls have been playing well but Everton will have extra fresh legs for this one. The Toffees should also be motivated to get back to winnning ways in front of the home faithful, but a bright start from the Seagulls could heap pressure on the hosts. Everton 1-1 Brighton.


How to watch Everton v Brighton, stream live, and start time

Kickoff: 9am ET Sunday
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10 things we learned in the Premier League – Matchweek 13

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What did we learn during matchweek 13 of the 2021-22 Premier League?

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Here’s a look at 10 things which stood out, as our writers Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Nicholas Mendola (NM) and Andy Edwards (AE) share their observations from across the most recent Premier League games.

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Let’s get to it.


1. A proper spectacle (Chelsea 1-1 Manchester United): The chess match between Thomas Tuchel and Michael Carrick/Ralf Rangnick was befitting the day and the occasion. With all due respect to Frank Lampard and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer before them, the bosses were here to stage a proper mental and physical battle. Cristiano Ronaldo, Christian Pulisic, Romelu Lukaku, and Mason Mount all came off the bench. Tactics were altered. Chances exchanged. It may have taken a Jorginho gaffe to open up the match, but it was totally worth it. (NM)

2. Red-hot Liverpool too sharp (Liverpool 4-0 Southampton): This Liverpool side are truly back to their best. They have scored 10 goals without conceding in three wins in the last week and Jurgen Klopp’s side showed off their sharp passing and incisive running in the final third. Aside from a few dodgy moments at the back as Alisson and others had some loose passes and Southampton pressed high, this was an extremely comfortable win. Liverpool have now scored 39 goals in their opening 13 games of the PL season, their highest tally in PL history at this stage of a season. That tells us how sharp they are up top right now. Also, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah didn’t score on Saturday… (JPW)

3. Should Manchester City be Premier League title favorites? (Manchester City 2-1 West Ham): Man City did not have Jack Grealish, Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden, and Ferran Torres. Forget the millions and millions and millions spent for a second and those are still some absences to overcome on a snow-covered pitch coming off a European week with two more matches ahead next week (West Ham also played in Europe last week, we should mention). But City’s defense was imperious and its midfield barely missed a step. Rodri and Ilkay Gundogan combined attempted 133 passes and failed to complete… five. Again, in the snow. The first half was significantly more snowy and City passed at 91 percent as a team. Over a full season, it’s difficult to say anyone will out-perform City. Still, it’ll come down to the games between City, Chelsea, and Liverpool. (NM)

4. A step forward for Sancho, Man United (Chelsea 1-1 Manchester United): Ralf Rangnick won’t love a lot of what he saw in the opening stages of this one, which required David De Gea heroics to thwart Chelsea’s bid to blow the visitors out of the water, but United grew into the game and showed willingness to adapt to the requested tactics and responsibilities. Sancho is a brilliant player who just didn’t get enough chances or show well under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but his electric skill set and hunger for the ball in space was written all over his goal. If he’s going along with Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes — let alone however Cristiano Ronaldo fits into this — look out. (NM)

5. Young Gunners taking steps forward (Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle): They were humbled at Liverpool in the second half last week but this young Newcastle side is taking care of business against the teams they should be beating. The next step is to take that confidence into the games against the big boys. There were a few naive giveaways, a few times Newcastle got in too easily over the top and a few times that Ramsdale needed to make good stops, but overall Arsenal were in control for the entire 90 minutes. (JPW)

6. Two games, nearly two clean sheets under Gerrard (Crystal Palace 1-2 Aston Villa): Not only have Aston Villa conceded just one goal (incredibly late on) in two games under Gerrard, but they’ve allowed just 14 shots (it was nine until the final 10 minutes) combined to Brighton and Crystal Palace — two sides quite accomplished in possession and going forward. It’s only two games, but Aston Villa look like a defensive juggernaut, and it happened — quite literally — over one international break. (AE)

7. Vardy, Maddison back in form (Leicester 4-2 Watford): The way they linked up was just like the last few seasons and that is great news for Leicester. Maddison has been struggling for fitness and form in recent months but he now looks back to his best and Vardy is making more runs knowing he has his chief creator back. (JPW)

8. Brentford gets an ugly win (Brentford 1-0 Everton): The Bees have been a high-performing fun team over so much of this season, but Brentford’s victory wasn’t just much-needed it was proof that Thomas Frank’s men can deliver on defending and the steely things required to stay up in the Premier League and thrive in it. Even without Kristoffer Ajer and David Raya, Brentford flexed its versatility and that bodes well for a team that’s bringing proof of credentials on a near-weekly basis. (NM)

9. Brighton still need a finisher (Brighton 0-0 Leeds): If Graham Potter’s mind won the managerial tete-a-tete with Marcelo Bielsa, his recruitment team failed the personnel duel in providing a finisher. Neal Maupay is perfectly fine as a Premier League contributor and absolutely demolishes Champions League defenses, but the midfield masterclass given by Yves Bissouma as a part of Brighton’s 3-5-2 deserved so much better than the game being in the balance late, let alone a 0-0 draw. The fact that Maupay was pulled for Jurgen Locadia, who couldn’t do much at FC Cincinnati of all places, shows that Brighton’s leadership may waste the Potter era by not splashing money on a center forward, and soon. Because of all this, goalkeeper Robert Sanchez’s brilliant late saves meant one point, not three, was preserved by the Seagulls. (NM)

10. Beware the ornery Canaries (Norwich 0-0 Wolves): If Daniel Farke’s Norwich was going to try to out-football you come hell or high water, Dean Smith’s birds are going to give you the choice of eternal fire or a difficult swim. Norwich attacked with vigor when it could but mostly was ready to make sure Wolves knew this was going to be a physical test for 90 minutes. Billy Gilmour had a yellow card for persistent fouling by the 26th minute and Wolves decided to just flat-out fight rather than focus on the football. It was a winning proposition for the hosts. (NM)

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Brighton vs Leicester: How to watch, stream live, TV, team news, start time, odds, prediction

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Brighton vs Leicester: The Seagulls are flying high and hoping to keep the good times rolling when they host the Foxes at the Amex Stadium on Sunday (Watch live at 9 am ET, on Peacock Premium).

BRIGHTON vs LEICESTER STREAM LIVE

Brighton began with back-to-backs victories over Burnley and Watford before a setback at the hands of Everton, but they returned from the international break and beat Brentford 1-0 thanks to a 90th-minute goal from Leandro Trossard. Graham Potter’s side sits 6th in the Premier League table ahead of matchweek 5.

As for Leicester, early-season results have been a bit trickier with wins over Wolves and Norwich, but losses to West Ham United and Manchester City shortly thereafter. Brendan Rodgers’ side has struggled with availability as well, with Wesley Fofana (broken leg) expected to be out until sometime after the new year and key summer signings Patson Daka and Boubakary Soumare having played a combined 63 minutes through four games.

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Here is everything you need to know ahead of Brighton vs Leicester this Sunday with team news, odds, stream link and more.


Brighton team news, injuries, lineups (INJURY REPORT)

OUT: Tariq Lamptey (thigh), Jurgen Locadia (fitness), Adam Webster (thigh), Pascal Gross (COVID-19

Leicester team news, injuries

OUT: Wesley Fofana (broken leg – MORE), James Justin (knee), Ayoze Perez (suspension)


Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Brighton (+165) | Leicester (+170) | Draw (+215)

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Prediction

Brighton managed to pick up right where they left off last season — free-flowing possession (58.3 percent of it on average, 2nd-most in the Premier League behind Man City) from a side seemingly unafraid of over-extending themselves in attack — only with slightly better luck in front of goal. Leicester have been anything but sure-handed at the back, making this one more than winnable for Brighton. Brighton 2-1 Leicester.


How to watch Brighton vs Leicester, stream live and start time

Kickoff: 9 am ET Sunday
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Brentford vs Brighton, live! How to watch, live stream link, TV, lineups, start time, odds, prediction

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Brentford vs Brighton: The newly promoted Bees will try to remain unbeaten in the Premier League when they host the Seagulls at the Brentford Community Stadium on Saturday (Watch live at 10 am ET, on Peacock Premium).

BRENTFORD vs BRIGHTON STREAM LIVE

Brentford began life in the Premier League with a 2-0 victory over Arsenal in the 2021-22 season’s curtain-raiser. Thomas Frank’s side followed that up with back-to-back draws with Crystal Palace and Aston Villa to give them five points from their first three games — 12.5 of the way to the proverbially magic 40-point mark.

Brighton, meanwhile, won their first two games against Burnley and Watford before a 2-0 defeat to Everton before the recent international break. Neal Maupay has scored twice already, as the Seagulls begin to turn last season’s favorable chance creation numbers into goal production.

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Here is everything you need to know ahead of Brentford vs Brighton this Saturday with team news, odds, stream link and more.


Brentford team news, injuries (INJURY REPORT)

OUT: Josh Dasilva (hip), Mads Sorensen (knee)

Brighton team news, injuries

OUT: Tariq Lamptey (thigh), Jurgen Locadia (fitness), Danny Welbeck (thigh), Dan Burn (knee), Aaron Connolly (buttock)


Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Brentford (+180) | Brighton (+165) | Draw (+205)

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Prediction

Brentford don’t take many risks defensively, which presents a familiar challenge for Brighton: break down a lower-table side that sits deep without over-extending yourself to be stung on the counter-attack. Ivan Toney’s hold-up play and powerful finishing around the penalty area will make him a nightmare for Brighton’s backline. Brentford 2-1 Brighton.


How to watch Brentford vs Brighton, stream live and start time

Kickoff: 10 am ET Saturday
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