January 2022 done Deals – ‘Premier League Clubs’

The January transfer window got closed on the 31st of the month. This period of the month came with lots of unexpected and exciting transfers. In this article, we will present you with the full details of the confirmed and signed deals. So without any delay let’s get into it.


The toffees looked inactive through the month in the transfer market. Every pundit was confused with the inert behavior shown by the club since they are the ones in dire trouble. Everton currently sits 16th in the Premier league table and six points above the relegation zone. However, the Mersey side club wrapped up a double swoop at the end of the window.

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Moreover, Everton signed a much-needed Manager in terms of Frank Lampard. The Chelsea Legend could be the savior for the club due to his reputation as a manager who nurtures young talent. Likewise, Everton got Donny Van de Beek and Dele Alli from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur respectively on loan. The two loanees will play for Everton until the summer at least.

Tottenham Hotspur

Spurs had a balanced deal in the transfer window. The North London club sent four of their players on loan. The players are Dele Alli, Giovani Lo Celso, Bryan Gill, and Ndombele to Everton, Villareal, Valencia, and Lyon respectively.

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However, they can bring in Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentanchur from Juventus. Kuluvseseki arrives in London on an 18-month loan costing $8.3 million with the option to buy. Likewise, 24-year-old Bentancur arrived to replace Dele Alli for $15.8 million upfront with add-ons to follow. As per reports Italian manager of Spurs, Antonio Conte played a crucial role in signing two young players from Juventus.

Newcastle United

Everyone had an eye on Newcastle United’s move on this transfer window. Especially after the club owner was taken by Saudi Prince in 2021. Nevertheless, the Magpies did a pretty good job in the window. Newcastle’s newly appointed manager Eddie Howie made five signing in January. Matt Targett arrived on loan from Aston Villa before Dan Burn who they signed for $11 million from Brighton.

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Furthermore, the best signing came at the end of the deadline with the arrival of Bruno Guimaraes from Lyon for $33 million. Similarly, Newcastle got their hand on Todd Cantwell and Chriss wood from Bournemouth and Burnley respectively. Also, the Magpies had an eye on Manchester united’s Jesse Lingard. Sadly, it could not happen since they could not convince Manchester United to let go of Lingard. All over, it looks like Newcastle is ready to fight for their place for next season’s Premier League.

Some other Transfers

Manchester City signed Julian Alvarez from River plate for $14 million in an agreement to loan him back until summer.

Likewise, Crystal palace signed Luke Plange from Championship team Derby for a $1 million-plus add-on.

Unfortunately, Liverpool missed the deadline to sign striker Fabio Carvalho from Fulham. However, they got their hands on Luiz Diaz for $49 million from Porto.

In addition, Arsenal saved $25 million after letting go of Aubameyang for free to Barcelona. The gunners brought in Lino Sousa and Auston Trusty from West Brom and Colorado rapids respectively.

Likewise, Aston villa brought in Philippe Coutinho (Loan), Lucas Digne ($23 million), Robin Olsen (Loan) from Barcelona, Everton, and Roma respectively.

Subsequently, Brentford got their hands on Jonas Lossl and Christian Eriksen for free from FC Midtjylland and Inter Milan respectively.