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Premier League January transfers 2024: All the Done Deals


Cameron Smith
Claudio Echeverrí, Argentinië
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Premier League clubs are in full negotiation mode with the January transfer window now just days away from opening.

Europe’s most lucrative league has splashed out obscene amounts of money in recent transfer windows. In the summer of 2023, Premier League teams spent a combined €2.84 billion (£2.44bn), which beat their previous record set in 2022.

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In January 2023, English top-flight clubs spent more than double the rest of Europe’s top five leagues on its own as the Premier League continued to be the richest division in the continent.

The January 2024 transfer window, which opens in less than a fortnight, is set to continue along a similar trend in this regard.

Chelsea and Arsenal are in the market for a top-class centre forward and the likes of Dusan Vlahovic, Victor Osimhen and Ivan Toney have all been shortlisted by both teams.

Manchester United are looking to bring in up to four new players in January; a right winger, a centre back, a defensive midfielder and a number eight, as per reports.

They also could offload a number of players, with Jadon Sancho and Donny van de Beek transfer listed, while Casemiro, Anthony Martial and Raphael Varane’s futures are up in the air. The latest reports are that Sancho could even see his contract torn up. Who will sign him on a free transfer?

Sir Jim Ratcliffe has taken over a minority stake in the club and he will now be in charge of transfer policy. Ratcliffe could sack manager Erik ten Hag.

Tottenham need more depth in their squad and have opened talks for Nice defender Jean-Clair Todibo. They will also possibly sign an attacking winger.

Newcastle, meanwhile, have an injury crisis and may bring more bodies in. A centre midfielder to replace the suspended Sandro Tonali is a necessity. Further down the table teams are looking to buy in order to avoid relegation.

Other Premier League players are looking for regular playing time ahead of Euro 2024. These include Manchester City‘s Kalvin Phillips, who is interesting Juventus, and Tottenham’s Eric Dier.

The first confirmed transfer of January 2024 saw Brighton sign 18-year-old Romanian winger Adrian Mazilu from Farul Constanta for €3 million. It was completed a few months before the winter window opened as Mazilu was allowed to finish 2023 with the Romanian team.

Man City are also close to beating Chelsea to the signing of Argentine wonderkid Claudio Echeverri and that deal could become the next confirmed Premier League transfer.

Done Deals for January 2024: Every Premier League club’s new signings

The 2023-24 January window opens its doors on Monday, 1 January 2024 and will close on Thursday, 1 February at 11pm GMT.

Players out of contract in 2024 will also be able to negotiate summer transfers with foreign clubs once the January window opens.

Kylian Mbappe is the biggest name in world football whose contract is due to expire in 2024. The France international has informed Paris Saint-Germain that he will not sign an extension, opening the door for a free transfer move to Real Madrid.

The Premier League may have competition from Saudi Arabia for total January spending, however.

The Saudi Pro League is the nouveau riche league of world football, with a host of world-class players moving to the Kingdom for astronomical fees and on massive wages in 2023. These include the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Sadio Mane and Karim Benzema.

Saudi Arabian clubs are certain to splash out on many more superstars in January 2024, with a full list of deals here.

This page will be updated regularly to detail every Premier League transfer by every club between now and the end of the January transfer window, both ins and out.

ARSENAL

Arsenal January signings

None so far.

Arsenal signed Kai Havertz for €75m in the summer
© Arsenal FC – Arsenal signed Kai Havertz for €75m in the summer

Arsenal January sales

None so far.

ASTON VILLA

Aston Villa January signings

None so far.

Aston Villa January sales

None so far.

BOURNEMOUTH

Bournemouth January signings

None so far.

Bournemouth January sales

None so far.

BRENTFORD

Brentford January signings

None so far.

Brentford January sales

None so far.

BRIGHTON

Brighton January signings

Player From Fee
Adrian Mazilu Farul Constanta €3m

Brighton January sales

None so far.

BURNLEY

Burnley January signings

None so far.

Burnley January sales

None so far.

CHELSEA

Chelsea January signings

None so far.

Christopher Nkunku joined Chelsea from Leipzig this summer
© ProShots – Christopher Nkunku joined Chelsea from Leipzig this summer

Chelsea January sales

None so far.

CRYSTAL PALACE

Crystal Palace January signings

None so far.

Crystal Palace January sales

None so far.

EVERTON

Everton January signings

None so far.

Everton January sales

None so far.

FULHAM

Fulham January signings

None so far.

Fulham January sales

None so far.

LIVERPOOL

Liverpool January signings

None so far.

Liverpool January sales

None so far.

LUTON TOWN

Luton January signings

None so far.

Luton January sales

None so far.

MAN CITY

Man City January signings

None so far.

Man City January sales

None so far.

MAN UTD

Man Utd January signings

None so far.

Mason Mount joined Man Utd this summer
© ProShots – Mason Mount joined Man Utd this summer

Man Utd January sales

None so far.

NEWCASTLE UTD

Newcastle January signings

None so far.

Newcastle January sales

None so far.

NOTTINGHAM FOREST

Nottingham Forest January signings

None so far.

Nottingham Forest January sales

None so far.

SHEFFIELD UNITED

Sheffield United January signings

None so far.

Sheffield United January sales

None so far.

TOTTENHAM

Tottenham January signings

None so far.

Tottenham January sales

None so far.

WEST HAM

West Ham January signings

None so far.

West Ham January sales

None so far.

WOLVES

Wolves January signings

None so far.

Wolves January sales

None so far.



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