January Transfer Window ’18 – The Round-Up

Ever since the introduction of the winter transfer window, a lot of money has been chucked about – but who moved where this January?

The Premier League saw 18 moves, both in and out of the league. On the other hand, La Liga and the Bundesliga saw hardly any action.

If you’d like to see our personal highlights of the window, as well as deals that went bust, click here.

Full Premier-League round-up

Total Spent: £81,800,000

Biggest Spenders: Arsenal£56m

Biggest move: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Borussia Dortmund to Arsenal, £56m

Ins

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Gabon) – Borussia Dortmund to Arsenal – £56m
  • Didier Ndong (Gabon) – Sunderland to Watford – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Islam Slimani (Algeria) – Leicester City to Newcastle United – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Badou Ndiaye (Senegal)- Galatasaray to Stoke City – £14m
  • Ahmed Hegazy* (Egypt) – Al-Ahly to West Brom – Loan deal made permanent, £5m
  • Ali Gabr (Egypt) – Zamalek to West Brom – Loan deal (£500k, 6 months)
  • Fousseni Diabaté (Mali) – GFC Ajaccio to Leicester City – £1.8m
  • Dodi Lukebakio (DR Congo) – RSC Charleroi to Watford – £4.5m

 

Outs

  • Ovie Ejaria (Nigeria*) – Liverpool to Sunderland – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Isaac Success (Nigeria)- Watford to Malaga – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Axel Tuanzebe (DR Congo*) – Manchester United to Aston Villa – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Benik Afobe (DR Congo) – Bournemouth to Wolves – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Diafra Sakho (Senegal) – West Ham to Stade Rennais (£10m)
  • Abdul Rahman Baba (Ghana) – Chelsea to Schalke 04 – Loan deal (18 months)
  • Ahmed Musa (Nigeria) – Leicester City to CSKA Moscow – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Brice Dja Djédjé (Côte d’Ivoire) – Watford to RC Lens – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Henri Saivet (Senegal) – Newcastle to Sivasspor – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Kazenga LuaLua (DR Congo) – Brighton to Sunderland – Free transfer

Full Championship round-up

Total Spent: £0

Biggest Spenders: N/A – Sunderland were the most active club with two arrivals and one departure

Biggest move: N/A

Ins

  • Mustapha Carayol (Gambia) – Nottingham Forest to Ipswich Town – Free transfer
  • Kazenga LuaLua (DR Congo) – Brighton to Sunderland – Free transfer
  • Adlène Guedioura (Algeria) – Middlesbrough to Nottingham Forest – Free transfer
  • Ovie Ejaria (Nigeria*) – Liverpool to Sunderland – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Victor Adeboyejo (Nigeria) – Free agent to Barnsley – Free transfer

Outs

  • Didier Ndong (Gabon) – Sunderland to Watford – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Ebou Adams (Gambia) – Norwich to Leyton Orient Loan deal (6 months)
  • Aaron Tshibola (DR Congo) – Aston Villa to Kilmarnock – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Prince Oniangué (Congo) – Wolves to Angers – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Seny Dieng (Senegal) – QPR to Whitehawk – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Yeni N’Gbakoto (DR Congo) – QPR to EA Guingamp – Undisclosed fee
  • Emilio Nsue (Equatorial Guinea) – Birmingham City to APOEL – Undisclosed fee

 

Full Ligue 1 round-up

Total Spent: £180,000+

Biggest Spenders: Strasbourg – £180,000k 

Biggest move: Moataz Zemzemi  – Club Africain to Strasbourg – £180k (Guingamp likely paid more for N’Gbakoto but the fee is undisclosed)

Ins

  • Prince Oniangué (Congo) – Wolves to Angers – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Yeni N’Gbakoto (DR Congo) – QPR to EA Guingamp – Undisclosed fee
  • Farid Boulaya (Algeria) – Girona FC to FC Metz – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Georges Mandjeck (Cameroon) – Sparta Prague to FC Metz – Loan Deal (6 months)
  • Ambroise Oyongo (Cameroon) – Montreal Impact to Montpellier – Free transfer
  • Firmin Mubele (DR Congo) – Stade Rennais to Toulouse – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Moataz Zemzemi (Tunisia) – Club Africain to Strasbourg – £180k

Outs

  • Réda Rabeï (Algeria) – SC Amiens to Juventus Bucharest – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Youcef Belaïli (Algeria) – Angers to Esperance – Free transfer
  • Mehdi Tahrat (Algeria) – Angers to Valenciennes – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Saliou Ciss (Senegal) – Angers to Valenciennes – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Dylan Bahamboula (Congo) – Dijon to GFC Ajaccio – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Karim Achahbar (Morocco) – EA Guingamp to AFC Tubize – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Mohamed Kané (Senegal) – FC Metz to AFC Tubize – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Elderson (Nigeria) – Monaco to Cercle Brugge – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Stéphane Sessègnon (Benin) – Montpellier to Gençlerbirliği – Undisclosed fee
  • Anthony Walongwa (DR Congo) – FC Nantes to Grenoble – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Wilfried Moimbé (Réunion) – FC Nantes to Oldham Athletic – Free transfer
  • Diafra Sakho (Senegal) – West Ham to Stade Rennais (£10m)
  • Raïs M’Bolhi (Algeria) – Stade Rennais to Al-Ettifaq – Free transfer
  • Yacouba Sylla (Mali) – Stade Rennais to KV Mechelen – £675k
  • Florentin Pogba (Guinea) – Saint-Etienne to Gençlerbirliği – Undisclosed fee
  • Zinédine Machach (Algeria) – Toulouse to Napoli – Free transfer

Full Serie A round-up

Total Spent: £1,025,000

Biggest Spenders: Genoa – £575,000

Biggest move: Jawad El Yamiq – Raja Casablanca to Genoa – £575k

Ins

  • Boukary Dramé (Senegal) – Atalanta to SPAL – Undisclosed fee
  • Nii Nortey Ashong (Ghana) – Free agent to Benevento – Free transfer
  • Cheick Diabaté (Mali) – Osmanlispor to Benevento – Loan deal (£180k, 6 months)
  • Ahmad Benali (Libya) – Pescara to Crotone – Loan deal (£270k, 6 months)
  • Jawad El Yamiq (Morocco) – Raja Casablanca to Genoa – £575k
  • Khouma Babacar (Senegal) – Fiorentina to Sassuolo – Loan deal (6 months)

Outs

  • Modou Badjie (Gambia) – Atalanta to Catanzaro – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Nii Nortey Ashong (Ghana) – Benevento to Sliema Wanderers – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Raman Chibsah (Ghana) – Benevento to Frosinone – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Mamadou Kanoute (Senegal) – Benevento to Pro Vercelli – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Orji Okwonkwo (Nigeria) – Bologna to Brescia – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Saphir Taider (Algeria) – Bologna to Montreal Impact – Loan deal (12 months)
  • Falou Samb (Senegal_) – Genoa to Reggina – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Zé Turbo (Guinea-Bissau) – Inter to Olhanense – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Moussa Souare (Guinea) – Inter to Mosta FC – Loan deal (6 months)
  • King Udoh (Nigeria*) – Juventus to Fano – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Mamadou Tounkara (Senegal) – Lazio to FC Flamurtari – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Ismael Bangoura (Guinea) – Napoli to Free agent – Released
  • Seydou Doumbia (Côte d’Ivoire) – Roma to Sporting Lisbon – £2.7m
  • José Machín (Equatorial Guinea) – Roma to Pescara – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Moustapha Seck (Senegal) – Roma to Novara – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Umar Sadiq (Nigeria) – Roma to NAC Breda – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Abdullahi Nura (Nigeria) – Roma to Perugia – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Nabil Jaadi (Morocco) – Udinese to Asteras Tripoli – Loan deal (6 months)

Other Notable transfers

Total Spent: £53,775,000

Biggest move: Cédric Bakambu – Villarreal to Beijing Guoan  – £35.3m

  • Anthony Ujah (Nigeria) – Liaoning FC (China) to Mainz 05 (Germany) – £3.4m
  • Brown Ideye (Nigeria) – Tianjin (China)  to Malaga (Spain)- Loan deal (6 months)
  • Pape Diop (Senegal) – Espanyol (Spain) to SD Eibar (Spain)- Free transfer
  • Emmanuel Emenike (Nigeria) – Olympiacos (Greece) to Las Palmas (Spain) – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Sofiane Hanni (Algeria) – Anderlecht (Belgium) to Spartak Moscow (Russia) – £7.2m
  • Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon) – Antalyaspor (Turkey) to Konyaspor (Turkey) – Free transfer
  • Alex Song (Cameroon) – Rubin Kazan (Russia) to Free agent – Released
  • Cédric Bakambu (DR Congo) – Villarreal (Spain) to Beijing Guoan (China) – £35.3m
  • Demba Ba (Senegal) – SH Shenhua (China) to Goztepe (Turkey) – Free transfer
  • Moussa Sow (Senegal) – Al-Ahli Dubai (UAE) to Bursaspor (Turkey) – Loan deal (6 months)
  • Frank Acheampong (Ghana) – Anderlecht (Belgium) to TJ Teda (China) – £3.15m
  • Majeed Waris (Ghana) – FC Lorient (France) to FC Porto (Portugal) – Loan deal (£225k fee, 6 months)
  • Achraf Bencharki (Morocco) – Wydad Casablanca (Morocco) to Al-Hilal FC (Saudi Arabia) – £4.5m

 

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