F365's Guide To The January Transfers

All the completed deals detailed here...

Last Updated: 01/02/13 at 09:53

All deadline-day deals will be in bold....


ARSENAL

INS:
Nacho Monreal (£8.2million, Malaga)
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OUTS:
Marouane Chamakh (loan, West Ham), Johan Djourou (loan, Hannover) Chuks Aneke (loan, Crewe).


ASTON VILLA

INS:
Yacouba Sylla (£2m, Clermont Foot), Simon Dawkins (loan, Tottenham).

OUTS:
Alan Hutton (loan, Real Mallorca), Stephen Warnock (free, Leeds).


CHELSEA

INS:
Wallace (undisclosed from Fluminense), Demba Ba (£7million, Newcastle).

OUTS:
Daniel Sturridge (£12million to Liverpool), Todd Kane (loan, Blackburn), Billy Clifford (loan, Colchester), Sam Walker (loan, Colchester), Lucas Piazon (loan, Malaga), Patrick Bamford (loan, MK Dons).


EVERTON

INS:
John Stones (£3million, Barnsley).

OUTS:
Ross Barkley (loan, Leeds), Anton Forrester (free, Blackburn), Magaye Gueye, (loan, Brest).


FULHAM

INS:
Chris David (undisclosed, FC Twente), Urby Emanuelson (loan, AC Milan), Stanislav Manolev (loan, PSV), Eyong Enoh (loan, Ajax).

OUTS:
Stephen Kelly (undisclosed, Reading), David Stockdale, loan, Hull), Pajtim Kasami (undisclosed, Pescara).


LIVERPOOL

INS:
Daniel Sturridge (£12million from Chelsea), Philippe Coutinho (£8.5m, Inter Milan).

OUTS:
Adam Morgan (loan, Rotherham), Joe Cole (free to West Ham), Nuri Sahin (loan ended, to Borussia Dortmund), Danny Wilson (loan, Hearts), Michael Ngoo (loan, Hearts), Dani Pacheco (loan, Sociedad Deportiva Huesca), Doni (released)


MANCHESTER CITY

INS:
Godsway Donyoh (Ghana Right To Dream Academy)

OUTS:
Luca Scapuzzi (loan, AS Varese), Alex Nimely (loan, Cyrstal Palace), Reece Wabara (loan, Blackpool), Jeremy Helan (loan, Sheffield Wednesday), Mario Balotelli (£20m, AC Milan), Godsway Donyoh (loan, Djurgarden)


MANCHESTER UNITED

INS:
Wilfried Zaha (£10m rising to £15m, Crystal Palace).

OUTS:
Angelo Henriquez (loan to Wigan), Joshua King (undisclosed to Blackburn), Bebe (loan to Rio Ave), Robbie Brady (undisclosed, Hull), Davide Petrucci and Scott Wootton (loan to Peterborough), Federico Macheda (loan, Stuttgart), Luke McCullough (loan, Cheltenham).


NEWCASTLE

INS:
Mathieu Debuchy (£5million, Lille), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (£6.7million, Montpellier), Yoann Gouffran (£1.4million, Bordeaux), Massadio Haidara (£1.4m, Lens), Moussa Sissoko (£2m, Toulouse), Kevin Mbabu (undisclosed, Servette).

OUTS:
Conor Newton (loan, St Mirren), Demba Ba (£7million, Chelsea), Mehdi Abeid (loan, St Johnstone), Xisco (released).


NORWICH

INS:
Lee Camp (free, Nottingham Forest), Kei Kamara (loan, Sporting Kansas City), Luciano Becchio (swap deal, Leeds)

OUTS:
Elliott Ward (loan, Nottingham Forest), Jacob Butterfield (loan, Crystal Palace), Simon Lappin (released), Steve Morison (swap deal, Leeds)


QPR

INS:
Tal Ben Haim (free), Loic Remy (£8m, Marseille), Yun Suk-Young (undisclosed, Chunnam Dragons), Chris Samba (£12.5m, Anzhi)Jermaine Jenas (undisclosed from Tottenham), Andros Townsend (loan, Tottenham).

OUTS:
Michael Harriman (loan, Wycombe), Kieron Dyer (released), Tom Hitchcock (loan, Bristol Rovers), Frankie Sutherland (loan, Portsmouth), Djibril Cisse (loan, Al Gharafa), Rob Hulse (loan, Millwall), Anton Ferdinand (loan, Bursaspor), Jordan Gibbons (loan, Inverness Caledonian Thistle), Alejandro Faurlin (loan, Palermo), DJ Campbell (undisclosed, Blackburn)


READING

INS:
Daniel Carrico (£600,000, Sporting Lisbon), Stephen Kelly (undisclosed, Fulham), Hope Akpan (undisclosed, Crawley), Nick Blackman (£1.2million, Sheffield United).

OUTS:
Dominic Samuel (loan, Colchester), Michael Hector (loan, Charlton).


SOUTHAMPTON

INS:
Vegard Forren (undisclosed, Molde).

OUTS:
Ryan Dickson (loan, Bradford), Dan Seaborne (loan, Bournemouth), Jonathan Forte (loan, Sheffield United), Ben Reeves (loan, Southend), Lee Barnard (loan, Oldham), Steve de Ridder (loan, Bolton).


STOKE CITY

INS:
Brek Shea (undisclosed, FC Dallas), Jack Butland (£3million, Birmingham)

OUTS:
Danny Higginbotham (free to Sheffield United), Michael Tonge (undisclosed, Leeds), Ryan Brunt (loan, Bristol Rovers), Maurice Edu (loan, Bursaspor), Rory Delap (loan, Barnsley), Jack Butland (loan, Birmingham), Matt Upson (loan, Brighton).


SUNDERLAND

INS:
Alfred N'Diaye (undisclosed, Bursaspor), Kader Mangane (loan, Al Hilal), Danny Graham (£5m, Swansea).

OUTS:
Ji Dong-won (loan to Augsburg), David Meyler (undisclosed, Hull), Frazier Campbell (undisclosed, Cardiff), Jonny Maddison (loan, Crawley), Ahmed Elmohamady (loan, Hull).


SWANSEA

INS:
Roland Lamah (loan, Osasuna).

OUTS:
Jamie Proctor (undisclosed, Crawley Town), Jazz Richards (loan, Crystal Palace), Leroy Lita (loan, Sheffield Wednesday), Danny Graham (£5m, Sunderland).


TOTTENHAM

INS:
Zeki Fryers (undisclosed, Standard Liege), Lewis Holtby (£1.5m, Schalke).

OUTS:
Carlo Cudicini (undisclosed to LA Galaxy), Iago Falque (loan, Almeria), Souleymane Coulibaly (loan, US Grosetto), Alex Pritchard (loan, Peterborough), Ryan Mason (loan, Lorient), Simon Dawkins (loan, Aston Villa), Jermaine Jenas (undisclosed to QPR), Andros Townsend (loan, QPR), Heurelho Gomes (loan, Hoffenheim).


WEST BROM

INS:


OUTS:
Chris Wood (undisclosed to Leicester), Gonzalo Jara (loan, Nottingham Forest), Sam Manton (free, Walsall), Craig Dawson (loan, Bolton), Yassine El Ghanassy (loan, Heerenveen).


WEST HAM

INS:
Sean Maguire (undisclosed, Waterford), Joe Cole (free, Liverpool), Marouane Chamakh (loan, Arsenal), Wellington Paulista (loan, Cruzeiro), Emmanuel Pogatetz (loan, Wolfsburg).

OUTS:
Alou Diarra (loan to Rennes), Stephen Henderson (loan, Ipswich).


WIGAN

INS:
Angelo Henriquez (loan from Manchester United), Roger Espinoza (undisclosed, Sporting Kansas City), Joel Robles (loan from Atletico Madrid), Paul Scharner (loan, Hamburg)

OUTS:
Rob Kiernan (loan, Brentford), Mauro Boselli (loan, Palermo).

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