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Club-by-club list of Premier League winter transfers

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Here’s a full list of ins and outs, loans and permanent transfers, from around the Premier League.

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Arsenal

In: Cohen Bramall (Hednesford Town)

Out: Gedion Zelalem (VVV Venlo, loan), Dan Crowley (Go Ahead Eagles, loan), Kaylen Hinds (Stevenage Borough, loan), Chuba Akpom (Brighton & Hove Albion, loan)

Bournemouth

In: Aaron Ramsdale (Sheffield United)

Out: Nathan Ake (Chelsea), Emerson Hyndman (Rangers, loan), Callum Buckley (Aldershot Town, loan), Glenn Murray (Brighton & Hove Albion), Lewis Grabban (Reading, loan), Joe Quigley (Gillingham, loan), Jordan Green (Leyton Orient, loan), Harry Cornick (Gillingham, loan), Matt Neale (Wimborne Town, loan), Marc Wilson (West Bromwich Albion, loan)

Burnley

In: Joey Barton (unattached), Ashley Westwood (Aston Villa), Robbie Brady (Norwich City)

Out: Danny Lafferty (Sheffield United), Chris Long (Bolton, loan)

Chelsea

In: Nathan Ake (Bournemouth, loan recall)

Out: Oscar (Shanghai SIPG), John Mikel Obi (Tianjin TEDA), Patrick Bamford (Middlesbrough), Dion Conroy (Swindon Town), Marco Van Ginkel (PSV Eindhoven, loan), Jay Dasilva (Charlton, loan), Isaiah Brown (Huddersfield Town, loan), Fankaty Dabo (Swindon Town, loan), Charlie Colkett (Swindon Town, loan), Fikayo Tomori (Brighton & Hove Albion, loan), Mukhtar Ali (Vitesse Arnhem, loan)

Crystal Palace

In: Jeff Schlupp (Leicester City), Patrick Van Aanholt (Sunderland), Luka Milivojevic (Olympiacos), Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool)

Out: Jordon Mutch (Reading, loan), Keshi Anderson (Northampton Town, loan), Freddie Ladapo (Shrewsbury Town, loan)

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 15: Jeffrey Schlupp of Leicester City (L) and N'Golo Kante of Chelsea (R) battle for possession during the Premier League match between Chelsea and Leicester City at Stamford Bridge on October 15, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)
(Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

Everton

In: Morgan Schneiderlin (Manchester United), Ademola Lookman (Charlton), Anton Donkor (Wolfsburg, loan)

Out: Tom Cleverley (Watford, loan), Oumar Niasse (Hull City, loan), Gerard Deulofeu (Milan, loan), Bryan Oviedo (Sunderland), Darron Gibson (Sunderland), Antony Evans (Morecambe, loan), Gethin Jones (Barnsley, loan), Russell Griffiths (Motherwell, loan), Tyias Browning (Preston North End, loan), Conor McAleny (Oxford United, loan), Steven Kinsella (Dundalk, loan)

Hull City

In: Kamil Grosicki (Rennes), Oumar Niasse (Everton, loan), Markus Henriksen (AZ Alkmaar), Evandro (Porto), Omar Elabdellaoui (Olympiacos, loan), Lazar Markovic (Liverpool, loan), Andrea Rannochia (Inter Milan, loan), Alfred N'Diaye (Villarreal, loan)

Out: Jake Livermore (West Brom), Alex Bruce (Wigan, loan), James Weir (Wigan, loan), Robert Snodgrass (West Ham), Allan McGregor (Cardiff City, loan), Harvey Rodgers (Accrington Stanley, loan), Jonathan Edwards (Accrington Stanley, loan)

Leicester City

In: Wilfried Ndidi (Genk), Molla Wague (Granada)

Out: Jeff Schlupp (Crystal Palace), Luis Hernandez (Malaga), Harvey Barnes (MK Dons, loan), Matty James (Barnsley, loan), Callum Elder (Barnsley, loan)

Liverpool

Out: Pedro Chirivella (Go Ahead Eagles, loan), Tiago Ilori (Reading), Lazar Markovic (Hull City, loan), Cameron Brannagan (Fleetwood Town, loan), Mamadou Sakho (Crystal Palace, loan)

Manchester City

In: Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras)

Out: Pablo Maffeo (Girona, loan), Angelino (Girona, loan), Manu Garcia (NAC Breda, loan), Bruno Zuculini (Hellas Verona, loan), Billy O’Brien (St. Mirren, loan), David Faupala (Chesterfield, loan), George Glendon (Fleetwood Town)

Manchester United

Out: Morgan Schneiderlin (Everton), Memphis Depay (Lyon), Sam Johnston (Aston Villa, loan), Joe Riley (Sheffield United, loan), Sean Goss (QPR)

Middlesbrough

In: Rudy Gestede (Aston Villa), Patrick Bamford (Chelsea), Adlene Guedioura (Watford), Mikael Soisalo (Ilves Tampere)

Out: David Nugent (Derby County), Julien De Sart (Derby County, loan), Tomas Mejias (Rayo Vallecano, loan), Emilio Nsue (Birmingham City), Bryn Morris (Shrewsbury Town), Mark Kitching (Rochdale, loan)

Southampton

In: Manolo Gabbiadini (Napoli), Mouez Hassen (Nice, loan)

Out: Jose Fonte (West Ham)

NAPLES, ITALY - DECEMBER 02: Manolo Gabbiadini of Napoli during the Serie A match between SSC Napoli and FC Internazionale at Stadio San Paolo on December 2, 2016 in Naples, Italy. (Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images)
Manolo Gabbiadini (Photo by Maurizio Lagana/Getty Images)

Stoke City

In: Lee Grant (Derby County), Saido Berahino (West Brom)

Out: Bojan Krkic (Mainz, loan), Jakob Haugaard (Wigan, loan), Ryan Sweeney (Bristol Rovers, loan), Ollie Shenton (Wrexham, loan), Joel Taylor (Rochdale, loan), Dionatan Teixeria (released), Moha El Ouriachi (Hearts, loan), Sergio Molina (Albacete), George Waring (Carlisle United, loan)

Sunderland

In: Joleon Lescott (unattached), Bryan Oviedo (Everton), Darron Gibson (Everton)

Out: Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace), Andrew Nelson (Hartlepool United, loan)

Swansea City

In: Luciano Narsingh (PSV Eindhoven), Martin Olsson (Norwich City), Tom Carroll (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Ayew (Aston Villa)

Out: Neil Taylor (Aston Villa), Modou Barrow (Leeds United, loan), Marvin Emnes (Blackburn, loan), Ryan Hedges (Barnsley), Owain Jones (Yeovil Town, loan)

Tottenham Hotspur

Out: Tom Carroll (Swansea City), Anton Walkes (Atlanta United, loan), Ryan Loft (Stevenage, loan), Shayon Harrison (Yeovil Town, loan), Connor Ogilvie (Stevenage, loan), Luke Amos (Southend United, loan).

Watford

In: Tom Cleverley (Everton, loan), Mauro Zarate (Fiorentina), M’Baye Niang (Milan, loan)

Out: Obbi Oulare (Willem II, loan), Odion Ighalo (Changchun Yatai), Adlene Guedioura (Middlesbrough), Michael Folivi (Coventry City, loan), Alex Jakubiak (Wycombe Wanderers, loan), Adalberto Penaranda (Malaga, loan)

West Bromwich Albion

In: Jake Livermore (Hull City), Marc Wilson (Bournemouth, loan)

Out: Callum McManaman (Sheffield Wednesday, loan), Craig Gardner (Birmingham City, loan), Saido Berahino (Stoke City), Tyler Roberts (Shrewsbury Town, loan), Andre Wright (Yeovil Town, loan), Joe Ward (released), Tahvon Campbell (Notts County, loan)

West Ham United

In: Jose Fonte (Southampton), Robert Snodgrass (Hull City)

Out: Dimitri Payet (Marseille), Simone Zaza (Juventus, loan to Valencia), Reece Oxford (Reading, loan), Toni Martinez (Oxford United, loan), Marcus Browne (Wigan, loan), Alex Pike (Cheltenham Town, loan), Sam Howes (Hampton and Richmond Borough, loan), Lewis Page (Charlton), Martin Samuelsen (Peterborough United, loan)

PL Sunday preview: Cystal Palace-Liverpool, West Brom-Man United

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Saturday’s slate of Premier League fixtures sure was fun, wasn’t it? Fun, in a pants-on-head crazy sort of way, that is.

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After watching Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal play to a thrilling 2-2 draw in the latest installment of the North London Derby; after watching Leicester City go five points clear of the rest of the league; after watching West Ham United score three goals in the final 12 minutes to beat Everton, 3-2 … exhale. Now, we’ve got a 16-hour break until we do it all over again on Sunday.

Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool — 8:30 a.m. ET, on NBCSN and Live Extra

Liverpool are currently a top-five form team in the PL (10 points from their last six league games), while only Norwich City have won fewer than Crystal Palace’s two points during the same period. The Reds’ vengeful hammering of Manchester City on Wendesday goes down as easily their best result of the season and could serve as a rallying point for a strong finish to Jurgen Klopp‘s maiden voyage in the PL. Palace, meanwhile, are without a win in 11 league games (four draws).

When these sides met back in November, it was Palace who made it back-to-back wins at Anfield. On the injury front, Palace will be without midfielders James McArthur (ankle – rest of season) and Jason Puncheon (hamstring), while Liverpool are once again without Lucas Leiva (thigh); Mamadou Sakho (head) is expected to be available for selection once again.

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West Bromwich Albion vs. Manchester United — 11 a.m. ET, on NBCSN and Live Extra

Speaking of top-five in-form sides, Manchester United have taken a respectable 10 points from their last six league games as well, buoyed by back-to-back victories over Arsenal (3-2) and Watford (1-0) four days apart last week. Marcus Rashford is the name on everyone’s lips these days, as the 18-year-old academy scored a brace in each of his Europa League and PL debuts last month. West Brom, on the other hand, have taken nine from their last six and gone totally clear of the relegation zone (12 points ahead of 18th- and 19th-place Norwich City and Newcastle United).

When these sides met back in November, United came out on top at Old Trafford, 2-0 on the day. On the injury front, the Baggies recently lost Chris Brunt (knee) for the season, while Jonny Evans (hamstring) will miss out on facing his former club, and Callum McManaman (ankle) and James Morrison (hamstring) are still out of action. For United, the latest injury report is extensive; Wayne Rooney (knee), Bastian Schweinsteiger (knee) and Ashley Young, among others, are out, though Chris Smalling (shoulder), Phil Jones (ankle) and Antonio Valencia (foot) are expected to be available for selection.

Swansea City 1-0 West Bromwich Albion: Ki’s early tally tells the tale

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Ki Sung-Yueng‘s capitalization on a clumsy Boaz Myhill play was the perfect symbolization of a boxing day to forget for the visitors and most viewers on Saturday at the Liberty Stadium.

That said, Swans fans will be thrilled as their club climbed out of the drop zone with a 1-0 win, and the Welsh side will stay out of the bottom three regardless of what Newcastle does against Everton thanks to Norwich’s loss to Spurs.

West Brom is now within three points of the drop zone thanks to its loss.

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Swansea went up through Ki, as Myhill could not collect a low shot off his post that bounced off his back and eluded his control. Ki burst through the power the ball home from very close range of both the goal and Myhill’s face.

West Brom’s best chance to equalize took a wild turn off the wall, as Chris Brunt‘s left-footed free kicked spun wide of the frame.

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There wasn’t much to like about the second half, especially a nasty shoving match after West Brom’s Callum McManaman hit the pitch inside the 18. He didn’t win a penalty but did get a physical confrontation that ended with a caution.

West Bromwich Albion 0-0 Southampton: Baggies, Saints in stalemate

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  • Rondon went close for West Brom
  • Mane, Rodriguez waste chances for Saints
  • Van Dijk makes Saints debut
  • Berahino returns for Baggies

West Bromwich Albion and Southampton drew 0-0 at the Hawthorns on Saturday in a nervy encounter.

Saints had the better chances in the first half, both of which fell to Jay Rodriguez but the forward wasted them. In the second half  Salomon Rondon went close for the home side and despite Saido Berahino coming on as a sub, neither team looked like nicking all three points.

With the draw Saints are in 11th on six points, while West Brom are in 13th spot on five points.

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West Brom had a good shout for a penalty kick in the first half as Callum McManaman ran into the box and Matt Targett lunged into a tackle. McManaman went flying and Tony Pulis was incensed as the referee turned down the calls for a PK.

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Southampton’s defense held firm under pressure from set pieces and then almost went ahead twice in the first half through Rodriguez. First he wriggled free on the edge of the box but sent a tame shot in on goal, then Dusan Tadic clipped in a delightful cross but Rodriguez put his header wide of the post when he really should have scored.

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Saints looked the brighter of the two teams at the start of the second half, but Salomon Rondon controlled well then fired over the bar as the goal beckoned.

The arrival of Berahino off the subs bench rejuvenated the Baggies’ offense and Saints goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg was a lucky boy as he dropped the ball but collected it at the second attempt with Gareth McAuley lurking.

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Victor Wanyama had a header at the back post which seem to strike the arm of a West Brom defender but the referee waved away PK calls from several Saints players.

Sadio Mane went close to giving Saints a late lead as the Senegalese winger jumped off the bench to cause havoc. His pace got him in-behind West Brom’s defense but he fired his effort just over the bar at the near post.

Late on Saints pushed hard but failed to find a way through as the spoils were shared.