English Premiership

The EPL January transfers

2015-01-29 15:37
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Cape Town - Haven't been able to keep up with the ins and outs of the January transfer market? Here are the main transfers so far.

Selected transfers involving English clubs in the January transfer window:

Gabriel, Villarreal to Arsenal, undisclosed fee

Callum McManaman, Wigan to West Brom, undisclosed fee

Samuel Eto'o, Everton to Sampdoria, free

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Newcastle to Roma, £5.5m

Adam Le Fondre, Cardiff to Bolton, loan unitl end of season

Jos Hooiveld, Southampton to Millwall, loan until end of season

Shaun Maloney, Wigan Athletic to Chicago Fire, undisclosed fee

Joel Campbell, Arsenal to Villarreal, loan until end of season

Royston Drenthe, Reading to Kayseri Erciyesspor, undisclosed

Kyle Naughton, Tottenham to Swansea City, undisclosed

Will Keane, Manchester United to Sheffield Wednesday, loan until end of season

Nathaniel Chalobah, Chelsea to Reading, loan until end of season

Krystian Bielik, Legia Warsaw to Arsenal, undisclosed

Marko Marin, Chelsea to Anderlecht, loan until end of season

Milos Veljkovic, Tottenham to Charlton Athletic, loan until end of season

Suso, Liverpool to Milan, undisclosed

Jozy Altidore, Sunderland to Toronto FC, undisclosed

Andreji Kramaric, HNK Rijeka to Leicester, £7.5m

Zeki Fryers, Crystal Palace to Rotherham, one-month loan

Matija Nastasic, Manchester City to Schalke, loan until end of season

Wilfried Bony, Swansea City to Manchester City, £25m

Carles Gil, Valencia to Aston Villa, undisclosed

Sam Johnstone, Manchester United to Preston, loan until end of season

Tomas Kalas, Chelsea to Middlesbrough, loan until end of season

Michael Keane, Manchester United to Burnley, undisclosed

Mark Schwarzer, Chelsea to Leicester, free transfer

Mauro Zarate, West Ham to QPR, loan until end of season

Lukas Podolski, Arsenal to Internazionale, loan until end of season

Hatem Ben Arfa, Nice, free transfer

Eljero Elia, Werder Bremen to Southampton, loan until end of season


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