Transfer Windows are perhaps one of the most exciting periods in a season. Occurring twice in a season, teams, while trying to bolster their squads also have the risk of losing important players to other teams. Players seek transfers to better teams than their current team. Players might also seek loan deals or permanent transfers to other teams in order to spend more time on the pitch than on the bench.
As compared to the Summer Transfer Window, the January Transfer Window has a duration of just a month and sees fewer transfers as compared to the former. The January Transfer Window 2019 saw the teams from the top five leagues spending a total of £581.5 million.
Alen Halilovic to Standard Liege (Loan)
Gonzalo Higuain (Loan)
Krzysztof Piatek from Genoa (£30.9M)
Lucas Paqueta from Flamengo (£31.4M)
Emile Smith Rowe to RB Leipzig (Loan)
Fode Ballo Toure from Lille (£9.9M)
Naldo from Schalke 04 (£1.8M)
Youri Tielemans to Leicester City (Loan)
Axel Werner to Malaga (Loan)
Gelson Martins to AS Monaco (Loan)
Jonny Otto to Wolverhampton Wanderers (£18M)
Denis Suarez to Arsenal (Loan)
Emerson to Real Betis (Loan)
Jean-Claire Todibo from Toulouse (Undisclosed)
Jeison Murillo from Valencia (Loan)
Kevin-Prince Boateng from Sassuolo (Loan)
Munir El-Haddadi to Sevilla (£937k)
Paco Alcacer to Borussia Dortmund (£22.7M)
Alphonso Davies from Vancouver Whitecaps (£10M)
Sandro Wagner to Tianjin Teda (£4.4M)
Christian Pulisic to Chelsea (£58M)
Jeremy Toljan to Celtic (Loan)
Leonardo Balerdi from Boca Juniors (£13.4M)
Sebastian Rode to Eintracht Frankfurt (Loan)
Shinji Kagawa to Besiktas (Loan)
Chris Mepham from Brentford (£12M)
Jermain Defoe to Rangers (Loan)
Sam Vokes to Stoke City (£7M)
Emiliano Sala from Nantes (£15M)
The Bluebirds signed him for a club record fee. However, the flight carrying him went missing on his way to Cardiff from Nantes. A major loss for the beautiful game.
Alvaro Morata to Atletico Madrid (Loan)
Cesc Fabregas to AS Monaco (£8.9M)
Michy Batshuayi to Crystal Palace (Loan)
Victor Moses to Fenerbahce (Loan)
Chelsea currently have 39 players out on loan!
Yannick Bolasie to Anderlecht (Loan)
Aboubakar Kamar to Yeni Malatyaspor (Loan)
Ryan Babel from Besiktas (Undisclosed)
Martin Caceres from Lazio (Loan)
Medhi Benatia to Al-Duhail (£7.2M)
Stefano Sturaro to Genoa (Loan)
Adrien Silva to AS Monaco (Loan)
Andy King to Derby County (Loan)
Vicente Iborra to Villareal (£9M)
Dominic Solanke to Bournemouth (£17M)
Lazar Markovic to Fulham (Loan)
Nathaniel Clyne to Bournemouth (Loan)
Brahim Diaz to Real Madrid (£15.5M)
Another transfer window and City loses another great prospect!
Ed Francis to Wolverhampton Wanderers (Undisclosed)
Marouane Fellaini to Shandong Lunen Taishang (£10M)
This is perhaps the most exciting transfer in this transfer window for the Reds. The fans are happy!
The news that Man Utd fans have all been waiting for… 😄😄😄
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Miguel Almiron from Atalanta United (£21M)
A club record signing after the Magpies last signed Michael Owen from Real Madrid for £16.5M!
Yacine Adli to Bordeaux (£5M)
Jese to Real Betis (Loan)
Leandro Paredes from Zenit St. Petersburg (£34.7)
Timothy Weah to Celtic (Loan)
Mario Balotelli to Marseille (Free)
Kiko Castilla to Leeds United (Released)
Another transfer window where Real Madrid have not been much active!
Luis Muriel to Fiorentina (Loan)
Max Wober from Ajax (£9.4M)
Cedric Soares to Inter Milan (Loan)
Manolo Gabbiadini to Sampdoria (£10.8M)
Benik Afobe from Wolverhampton Wanderers (£12M)
Peter Crouch to Burnley (Free)
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou to AS Monaco (Loan)
Moussa Dembele to Guangzhou R&F (£11M)
The Spurs have not made a signing now for a whole year!
West Ham United:
Samir Nasri (Free Agent)
After completing an 18-month doping suspension, he has signed for the Hammers!
These are some of the highlights of this season’s January transfer window. How well do you think are the teams going to perform? Let us know your views in the comments section!