January Transfer Window: Done Deals on Deadline Day


The January transfer window ended on January 31, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. All clubs are officially done with their businesses at least for now.

As expected, Chelsea are the biggest spenders in the January transfer window with the signing of Enzo Fernandez from Benfica.

A total of eight players joined Chelsea in the transfer window, and there was no penalty from the English FA on financial fair play. 

In the January transfer window, Arsenal spent £50 million on three players. Newcastle also invested in players, even though they have been playing well.

January Transfer Window
Arsenal signed three players in the January transfer window

Manchester United got all their players in the January transfer window through loans.

January Transfer Window
January Transfer Window: Marcel Sabitzer joins Manchester United

England remain the biggest spender in the transfer window compared to other leagues.

Tottenham Hotspur were also busy in the transfer window with the signings of Arnaut Danjuma and Pedro Porro. There were also outgoing people in the club, including Djed Spence and Matt Doherty.

These are the Deadlines Transfer in January transfer window

Enzo Fernandez (Benfica to Chelsea) £106.5 M

Marcel Sabitzer (Bayern Munich to Manchester United) Loan

Diogo Monteiro (Servette to Leeds) Undisclosed 

Jude Soonsup-Bell (Chelsea to Tottenham) Undisclosed fee

Albert Sambi Lokonga (Arsenal to Crystal Palace) loan

Joao Cancelo (Manchester City to Bayern Munich) loan

Illia Zabarnyi (Dynamo Kyiv to Bournemouth): £24m

Hamed Junior Traore (Sassuolo to Bournemouth) loan

Harry Souttar (Stoke to Leicester): £15m

Cedric Soares (Arsenal to Fulham) loan

Nathan Opoku: Leicester to OH Leuven loan

Sergi Canos: (Brentford to Olympiacos) loan

Reece McAlear: (Tranmere to Ayr) loan

Emmanuel Johnson: (Hibernian to Austin) loan

Djed Spence: (Tottenham to Rennes) loan

Jake Hessenthaler: (Crawley to Woking) loan

Sondre Johansen: (Motherwell to Odds BK) undisclosed

Diego Llorente: (Leeds to Roma), loan

Lewis Payne: (from Southampton to Eastleigh), loan

Oliver Abildgaard: (Celtic to Verona) undisclosed

Antef Tsoungui: (Brighton to Lommel) loan

Lorent Tolaj: (Brighton to Dundee), loan

Kamaldeen Sulemana (Rennes to Southampton): £22 million

Keylor Navas (Paris, Saint-German, to Nottingham Forest) Loan

Jonjo Shelvey (Newcastle to Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed Fee

Pedro Porro (Sporting Lisbon to Tottenham) loan

Felipe (Atletico Madrid to Nottingham Forest) Undisclosed

Paul Onuachu (Genk to Southampton) Undisclosed Fee

Naouirou Ahamada (Stuttgart to Crystal Palace) £9.75M

Sasa Lukic (Torino to Fulham) Undisclosed Fee

Harrison Ashby (West Ham to Newcastle) £3M

Axel Tuanzebe (Manchester United to Stoke City) Loan

Dylan Kadji (Bristol City to Swindon) Loan 

Marquinhos (Arsenal to Norwich) Loan

Joe Anderson (Everton to Sunderland) Loan

Charlie McNeill (Manchester United to Newport) Loan

Corrie Ndaba (Ipswich to Fleetwood) Loan

Omar Rekik (Arsenal to Wigan) Loan

Kabongo Tshimanga (Chesterfield-Peterborough) Loan

Tyler Smith (Hull to Oxford) Loan

Kazeem Oliagbe (Southampton to Harrogate) Loan

Tete Yengi (Ipswich to Northampton) Loan

Luke Mbete (Manchester City to Bolton) Loan

Duncan Watmore (Middlesbrough to Millwall) Undisclosed Fee

Junior Quitirna (Waterford to Fleetwood) Undisclosed Fee

Jack Roles (Woking to Crawley) Undisclosed Fee 


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