F365's Guide To The January Transfers

Every in and every out from the January transfer window...

Last Updated: 01/02/14 at 12:14

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Deadline-day moves are in bold.

ARSENAL

Ins:
Kim Kallstrom (loan, Spartak Moscow).

Outs: Chuba Akpom (loan, Brentford), Nico Yennaris (undisclosed, Brentford), Benik Afobe (loan, Sheffield Wednesday), Emmanuel Frimpong (undisclosed, Barnsley), Daniel Boateng (loan, Hibernian), Park Chu-Young (loan, Watford)..


ASTON VILLA

Ins:
Grant Holt (loan, Wigan), Ryan Bertrand (loan, Chelsea).

Outs: Stephen Ireland (free, Stoke), Nathan Delfouneso (loan, Coventry).


CARDIFF CITY

Ins:
Magnus Wolff Eikrem (undisclosed, Heerenveen), Mats Moller Daehli (undisclosed, Molde), Inge Berget (undisclosed, Molde), Kenwyne Jones (swap, Stoke), Fabio (undisclosed, Man United), Wilfried Zaha (loan, Manchester United)

Outs: Rudy Gestede (undisclosed, Blackburn), Filip Kiss (loan, Ross County), Nicky Maynard (loan, Wigan), John Brayford (loan, Sheffield United), Simon Moore (loan, Bristol City), Craig Conway, (undisclosed, Blackburn).


CHELSEA

Ins:
Bertrand Traore (free, Association Jeunes Espoirs De Bobo-Dioulasso), Nemanja Matic (£21m, Benfica), Mohamed Salah (£12m, Basel) Kurt Zouma (£12m, St Etienne).

Outs: Patrick Bamford (loan, Derby), Bertrand Traore (loan, Vitesse Arnhem), Kenneth Omeruo (loan, Middlesbrough), Nathaniel Chalobah (loan, Middlesbrough), Ryan Bertrand (loan, Aston Villa), Kevin de Bruyne (£18m, Wolfsburg), Sam Walker (free, Colchester), Josh McEachran (loan, Wigan), Juan Mata (£37.1m, Manchester United), Michael Essien (free, AC Milan), Kurt Zouma (loan, St Etienne), Gael Kakuta (loan, Lazio).


CRYSTAL PALACE

Ins:
Wayne Hennessey (undisclosed, Wolves), Jason Puncheon (undisclosed, Southampton), Scott Dann (undisclosed, Blackburn), Tom Ince (loan, Blackpool), Joe Ledley (undisclosed, Celtic).

Outs: Jason Banton (undisclosed, Plymouth), Jimmy Kebe (loan, Leeds), Kwesi Appiah (loan, Notts County), Jack Hunt (loan, Barnsley), Jose Campana (loan, Nurnberg), Darcy Blake (released), Stephen Dobbie (loan, Blackpool).


EVERTON

Ins:
Aiden McGeady (undisclosed, Spartak Moscow), Lacina Traore (loan, Monaco), Jindrich Stanek (undisclosed, Sparta Prague).

Outs: Hallum Hope (loan, Northampton), Matthew Pennington (loan, Tranmere), Chris Long (loan, MK Dons), Matthew Kennedy (loan, Tranmere), Tyias Browning (loan, Wigan), Nikica Jelavic (£6.5m, Hull City).


FULHAM

Ins:
Clint Dempsey (loan, Seattle Sounders), William Kvist (loan, Stuttgart), Lewis Holtby (loan, Tottenham), Kostas Mitroglou (£11m, Olympiakos), Ryan Tunnicliffe and Larnell Cole (undisclosed, Manchester United).

Outs: Marcus Bettinelli (loan, Accrington), Jack Grimmer (loan, Port Vale), Bryan Ruiz (loan, PSV), Aaron Hughes (undisclosed, QPR), Adel Taarabt (loan terminated, AC Milan), Dimitar Berbatov (undisclosed, Monaco, Philippe Senderos (undisclosed, Valencia).


HULL CITY TIGERS

Ins:
Nikica Jelavic (£6.5m, Everton), Shane Long (£7.5m, West Brom), Elliott Kebbie (short-term deal, Atletico Madrid).

Outs: Conor Townsend (loan, Carlisle), Tom Cairney (£500,000, Blackburn), Eldin Jakupovic (loan, Leyton Orient), Cameron Stewart (loan, Leeds), Aaron McClean (undisclosed, Bradford), Nick Proschwitz (loan, Barnsley), Jack Hobbs (undisclosed, Nottingham Forest).


LIVERPOOL

Ins:


Outs: Adam Morgan (undisclosed, Yeovil), Craig Roddan (loan, Accrington), Ryan McLaughlin (loan, Barnsley), Tiago Ilori (loan, Granada), Michael Ngoo (loan, Walsall).


MANCHESTER CITY

Ins:


Outs: John Guidetti (loan, Stoke City).


MANCHESTER UNITED

Ins:
Juan Mata (£37.1m, Chelsea).

Outs: Anderson (loan, Fiorentina), Jack Barmby (loan, Hartlepool), Fabio (undisclosed, Cardiff), Wilfried Zaha (loan, Cardiff), Tom Thorpe (loan, Birmingham), Tyler Blackett (loan, Birmingham), Will Keane (loan, QPR), Sam Byrne (loan, Carlisle), Charni Ekangamene (loan, Carlisle), Federico Macheda (loan, Birmingham).


NEWCASTLE UNITED

Ins:
Luuk de Jong (loan, Borussia Monchengladbach).

Outs: Jonas Gutierrez (loan, Norwich City), Yohan Cabaye (£19m, PSG) Curtis Good (loan, Dundee United).


NORWICH CITY

Ins:
Jonas Gutierrez (loan, Newcastle), Joseph Yobo (loan, Fenerbahce).

Outs: Jamar Loza (loan, Leyton Orient), Daniel Ayala (undisclosed, Middlesbrough)


SOUTHAMPTON

Ins:


Outs: Tadanari Lee (released), Lee Barnard (loan, Southend), Danny Fox (loan, Nottingham Forest), Billy Sharp (loan, Doncaster), Jason Puncheon (undisclosed, Crystal Palace)>, Dani Osvaldo (loan, Juventus).


STOKE CITY

Ins:
John Guidetti (loan, Manchester City), Stephen Ireland (free, Aston Villa), Juan Agudelo (free), Peter Odemwingie (swap, Cardiff).

Outs: Jamie Ness (loan, Leyton Orient), Brek Shea (loan, Barnsley), Juan Agudelo (loan, FC Utrecht).


SUNDERLAND

Ins:
Marcos Alonso (loan, Fiorentina), Santiago Vergini (loan, Estudiantes), Ignacio Scocco (undisclosed, Internacional), Liam Bricutt (£3m, Brighton).

Outs: Mikael Mandron (loan, Fleetwood), Ji Dong-won (undisclosed, Augsberg), Alfred N'Diaye (loan, Real Betis), Duncan Watmore (loan, Hibs), David Moberg Karlsson (loan, Kilmarnock), David Vaughan (free, Nottingham Forest), Modibo Diakite (loan, Fiorentina), Danny Graham (loan, Middlesbrough).


SWANSEA CITY

Ins:
David Ngog (undisclosed, Bolton), Lee Fulton (undisclosed, Falkirk), Marvin Emnes (loan, Middlesbrough).

Outs: Alan Tate (loan, Aberdeen), Lee Lucas (loan, Cheltenham), Rory Donnelly (loan, Coventry).


TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR

Ins:


Outs: Simon Dawkins (undisclosed, Derby), Shaquile Coulthirst (loan, Leyton Orient), Jonathan Obika (loan, Brighton), Jermain Defoe (undisclosed, Toronto FC), Ryan Fredericks (loan, Millwall), Adam Smith (undisclosed, Bournemouth), Lewis Holtby (loan, Fulham).


WEST BROMWICH ALBION

Ins:
Thievy Bifouma (loan, Espanyol).

Outs: Lee Camp (free, Bournemouth), Shane Long (£7.5m, Hull), George Thorne (loan, Derby).


WEST HAM UNITED

Ins:
Roger Johnson (loan, Wolves), Carlton Cole (free, erm, West Ham), Marco Boriello (loan, Roma), Antonio Nocerino (loan, AC Milan), Abdul Razak (free, Anzhi). Pablo Armero (loan, Napoli).

Outs: Paul McCallum (loan, Hearts), Jordan Spence (loan, MK Dons), George Moncur (loan, Partick), Modibo Maiga (loan, QPR), Razvan Rat (released).

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