January 2022 Transfer Window Done Deals

Premier League

Ainsley Maitland-Niles – Arsenal to Roma, loan

Axel Tuanzebe – Manchester United to Napoli, loan

Kieran Trippier – Atletico Madrid to Newcastle, £12m

Samir – Udinese to Watford, undisclosed

Kacper Kozlowski – Pogon Szczecin to Brighton, undisclosed

Nathan Patterson – Rangers to Everton, £16m

Hassane Kamara – Nice to Watford, undisclosed

Mateo Joseph Fernandez – Espanyol to Leeds, undisclosed

Vitalii Mykolenko – Dynamo Kiev to Everton, undisclosed

Matty Longstaff – Aberdeen to Newcastle, end of loan

Sam McQueen – Southampton, retired

Hayao Kawabe – Zurich to Wolves, undisclosed

Philippe Coutinho – Barcelona to Aston Villa, loan

Edo Kayembe – Eupen to Watford, undisclosed
Dele Alli – Tottenham to Everton, £40m

Christian Eriksen – Unattached to Brentford, free

Wout Weghorst – Wolfsburg to Burnley, £12m

Julian Alvarez – River Plate to Manchester City – £14m

Rodrigo Bentancur – Juventus to Tottenham, £21.5m

Dejan Kulusevski – Juventus to Tottenham, loan

Matt Targett – Aston Villa to Newcastle, loan

Deniz Undav – Royale Union Saint-Gilloise to Brighton – £6m

Donny van de Beek – Manchester United to Everton, loan

Auston Trusty – Colorado Rapids to Arsenal, undisclosed (starts on July 17)

Benicio Baker-Boaitey – Porto to Brighton, loan

Jean-Philippe Mateta – Mainz 05 to Crystal Palace, undisclosed

Amani Richards – Arsenal to Leicester, undisclosed

Dan Burn – Brighton to Newcastle, £13m

Luke Plange – Derby to Crystal Palace, £1m

Billy Crellin – Fleetwood Town to Everton

Luis Diaz – Porto to Liverpool, £49m

Bruno Guimaraes – Lyon to Newcastle, £40m

Calum Chambers – Arsenal to Aston Villa, undisclosed

Hwang Hee-chan – RB Leipzig to Wolves, £14m (starts on July 1)

Samuel Kalu – Bordeaux to Watford, undisclosed

Robin Olsen – Roma to Aston Villa, loan

Lucas Digne – Everton to Aston Villa, £25m

Chris Wood – Burnley to Newcastle, £25m

Anwar El Ghazi – Aston Villa to Everton, loan

Dylan Williams – Derby to Chelsea, undisclosed

International

Sead Kolasinac – Arsenal to Marseille, free

Adama Traore – Wolves to Barcelona, loan

Joao Carvalho – Nottingham Forest to Olympiacos, undisclosed

Denis Odoi – Fulham to Club Brugge, undisclosed

Lys Mousset – Sheffield United to Salernitana, loan

Ivan Sanchez – Birmingham to Real Valladolid, loan

Ben Morris – Ipswich to GAIS, loan

Matt Healy – Ipswich to Cork City, loan

Bruno Jordao – Wolves to Grasshoppers, loan

Nikolaj Moller – Arsenal to Den Bosch, loan

Tanguy Ndombele – Tottenham to Lyon, loan

Simon Sluga – Luton to Ludogorets, undisclosed

Osaze Urhoghide – Celtic to KV Oostende, loan

Bryan Gil – Tottenham to Valencia, loan

Giovani Lo Celso – Tottenham to Villarreal, loan

Ali Reghba – Leicester to Chabab Riadhi Belouizdad, undisclosed

Jean-Pierre Tiehi – Fulham to Rodez, loan

Leo Dos Reis – Birmingham City to AC Moza, undisclosed

Luka Racic – Brentford to HB Koge, loan

Kieron Evans – Cardiff to Linfield, loan

George Puscas – Reading to Pisa, loan

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Arsenal to Barcelona, free

Kjell Scherpen – Brighton to Oostende, loan

Ferran Torres – Manchester City to Barcelona, £54.7m

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