A Glance at the Jan 2022 Transfers

The January transfer window has come to an end and there has been some serious movement between clubs, as usual. The premier league didn’t fail to disappoint, as many clubs are looking to battle their way up the table!

Starting at the lower end of the table, Everton had a busy transfer window! Everton picked up
Tottenham’s Dele Alli on a free transfer which could rise to £40 million, as well as getting Manchester United’s Donny Van De Beek on a loan move.

Brighton said goodbye to their centre back Dan Burn as he went to Newcastle on a £13 million deal.

Aston Villa’s Matt Targett also saw a move to Newcastle on a loan.

Tottenham picked up Juventus’ central midfielder Rodrigo Bentacur for a fee of £15.9 million, as well as also getting fellow Juventus player Dejan Kulusevski, the right winger, on a loan move.

Manchester City got River Plates Julian Alvarez for £14.1 million, but he will remain at River Plate as they agreed a loan that will end in July.

Burnley picked up Wolfsburg’s Weghorst for a few of £12 million after letting their star striker Chris Wood.

Some other moves In the league include two of Tottenham’s midfielders departing both on loan deals as Lo Celso went to Villarreal and Ndobele went to Lyon.

With the January transfer window now out of the way, the teams not put all of their focus on the remaining games in the league. As it stands at the moment Manchester City are leading the league ahead of the defending champions Liverpool. At the bottom of the table, we see Burnley, Watford, and Newcastle all in the relegation zone with Everton only just ahead.

It is all still up to play for as Manchester United, West Ham, Arsenal, Tottenham, and Wolves are all looking to secure a place in European football for the next season!

How will these new transfers impact the rest of the league now? Will Manchester City be able to keep their lead on the league? Could Everton keep their poor form and see themselves in the championship next season! Who will be the next arrivals into the premier league next season?

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