Timo Werner to Spurs January 2024

January Transfer Window Round-Up

The 2024 January transfer window was less active than other transfer windows, but Premier League clubs still made several signings over the course of the last month.

After a month of transfer speculation, the 2024 January Transfer Window is now over. All sides want to give themselves the best possible chance of realising their targets come the end of the 2023/24 season, and this means transfers.

The only clubs not to have made a single signing in January were Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United, Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United, Sean Dyche’s Everton, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool, Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea and Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal. All of the other 14 clubs in England’s top flight made at least one addition to their squad.

Now that the transfer window is now slammed shut until it opens again this summer, we thought it would be good to take a look at the arrivals and departures at each Premier League club over the course of the month of January. We will start off with Arsenal.


It was mentioned earlier that Arteta’s Arsenal did not make a single signing, but they did recall 20-year-old Brazilian forward Marquinhos from his loan spell with French Ligue 1 Club FC Nantes. Goalkeeper Runar Alex Runarsson’s loan at Cardiff came to a premature end, too, but his contract was then terminated by Arsenal so that he could join Danish heavyweights FC Copenhagen on a free transfer.

Aston Villa

On the other hand, Unai Emery’s Aston Villa were one of the more active clubs in the 2024 January Transfer Window. Their most expensive signing of the window saw Middlesbrough forward Morgan Rogers join the club for an initial £8 million. The other players to join the Villans included 18-year-old right-back Kosta Nedeljkovic from Red Star Belgrade, 19-year-old left-back Lino Sousa from Arsenal and 23-year-old Goalkeeper Joe Gauci from Adelaide United.

In terms of departures, there were loans for the remainder of the campaign for Nedeljkovic and Sousa. Nedeljkovic went back to Red Star on loan, whilst Plymouth is Sousa’s loan destination for the next few months. Other loans included goalkeeper Filip Marschall to League Two’s MK Dons and Leander Dendoncker, who joined Napoli.

There was a permanent departure, with Bertrand Traore having his contract with the Villans terminated before joining Unai Emery’s former club, Villarreal, on a free transfer.

AFC Bournemouth

Bournemouth were not that active regarding incomings in the 2024 January Transfer Window. Turkish centre forward Enes Ünal signed with the Cherries on loan from Spanish club Getafe for the remainder of the season with an obligation to buy for £14 million.

All departures from the South Coast club were loans, and they were as follows: Hamed Junior Traore (Napoli), Joe Rothwell (Southampton), Emiliano Marcondes (Hibernian), David Brooks (Southampton), Kieffer Moore (Ipswich Town) and Gavin Kilkenny (Fleetwood).


Thomas Frank’s Brentford made two signings in January. 18-year-old Turkish midfielder Yunus Emre Konak joined for €4.5 million from Sivasspor, a club from his native Turkey. Elfsborg’s Norwegian Goalkeeper Hakon Rafn Valdimarsson also joined for a fee of €3 million.

There were two departures, both on loan for the remainder of the 2023/24 Premier League season. Midfielder Myles Peart-Harris joined League One club Portsmouth, whilst central defender Charlie Goode joined another League One club in the form of Wigan Athletic.


Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton & Hove Albion also made two signings. Left Back Valentin Barco joined from Argentinian heavyweights Boca Juniors for £7.87 million, whilst forward Adrian Mazilu joined from Romanian club FCV Farul for a fee of £2.5 million.

Departures from the Seagulls were as follows: Jeremy Sarmiento (Ipswich Town, loan), Yasin Ayari (Blackburn Rovers, loan), Jensen Wier (Port Vale, loan), Adrian Mazilu (Vitesse, loan), Mahmoud Dahoud (VFB Stuttgart, loan) and Ed Turns (Crewe Alexandra, loan).


In an effort to increase their chances of avoiding relegation and an immediate return to the Championship, Vincent Kompany’s Burnley did make some signings in January, all on loan for the remainder of the season. David Datro Fofana joined from Chelsea, centre back Maxime Esteve came from France’s Montpellier, and right back Lorenz Assignon joined from Stade Rennais.

In terms of departures, they were: Denis Franchi (Ternana), Scott Twine (Bristol City, loan), Darko Churlinov (FC Schalke 04, loan), CJ Egan-Riley (PSV Under 21s, loan), Anass Zaroury (Hull City, loan), Conor Roberts (Leeds United, loan), Dara Costelloe (Dundee FC, loan) and Michael Obafemi (Millwall, loan).


Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea did not make a signing in the winter transfer window, but there were departures. All players who left the club departed on a temporary basis: Ian Maatsen (Borussia Dortmund), David Datro Fofana (Burnley), Andrey Santos (RC Strasbourg) and Armando Broja (Fulham).

Crystal Palace

Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace made two signings in the 2024 January Transfer Window, both on a permanent basis. Midfielder Adam Wharton joined from Blackburn Rovers for an initial fee of £18.5 million. Right back Daniel Munoz also joined the Eagles, this time from Belgian heavyweights KRC Genk for a fee of £6.9 million.

There was only one departure form Palace last month, and that was 20-year-old forward Malcolm Ebiowei joining Belgian top flight side RWD Molenbeek on loan for what remains of the 2023/24 season.


As was mentioned earlier on, Everton were one of the clubs not to make a single signing during the 2024 January Transfer Window. There was also only one departure, with central defender Mason Holgate joining fellow Premier League club Sheffield United on loan for the remainder of the 2023/24 league campaign.


Marco Silva’s Fulham only made one signing, and it took place on transfer deadline day. Chelsea forward Armando Broja agreed to join the Cottagers on loan for the remainder of the 2023/24 Premier League season.

In terms of departures, Tyrese Francois left on loan to Denmark’s Vejle BK, whilst Luke Harris joined League One’s Exeter City, also on loan.


Jurgen Klopp did not make any new signings in his final transfer window in charge of the Reds, but a number of players did leave Liverpool on loan for the remainder of the season. These players were: Fabio Carvalho (Hull City), Rhys Williams (Port Vale), Calvin Ramsey (Bolton) and Nathaniel Phillips (Cardiff).

Luton Town

Two players joined Rob Edwards’ Hatters in the 2024 January transfer window. Japanese right back Daiki Hashioka joined for €2 million from Belgian top flight club Sint-Truiden, whilst English central defender Tom Holmes joined Luton Town for a fee of €1.17 million.

In terms of departures, they are as follows: Tom Holmes (Reading, loan), Joe Taylor (Lincoln City, loan), Dion Pereira (Dagenham & Redbridge, loan), Ryan Giles (Hull City, loan) and Aribim Pepple (Inverness Caledonian Thistle, loan).

Manchester City

Only one player was signed by Manchester City, with 18-year-old Argentinian attacking midfielder Claudio Echeverri from River Plate for a fee of £12.5 million. He was one of the departures in the same window, though, as he was sent back to River on loan for the rest of the season.

The other players that departed Pep Guardiola’s City were: Nahuel Ferraresi (Sao Paulo, €4.3 million), Zack Steffen (Colorado Rapids, Free Transfer), Slobodan Tedic (FK Cukaricki, Free Transfer), Kalvin Phillips (West Ham United, loan) and Josh Wilson-Esbrand (Cardiff, loan).

Manchester United

City’s cross-city rivals Manchester United did not make a signing in the 2024 January Transfer Window. They did have several players depart the Red Devils on loan: Donny van de Beek (Eintracht Frankfurt), Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund), Hannibal (Sevilla), Alvaro Carreras (Benfica), Daniel Gore (Port Vale) and Facundo Pellistri (Granada CF). Left back Sergio Reguilon’s loan from Spurs was terminated, with Spaniard returning to the Lilywhites.

Newcastle United

Eddie Howe’s Newcastle United, as we mentioned earlier on, did not make a single signing last month. There were two departures though, with Javier Manquillo joining Spanish La Liga club Celta de Vigo, whilst midfielder Isaac Hayden joined Championship side QPR on loan.

Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest made three signings in total over the course of the most recent transfer window in January 2024. Goalkeeper Matz Sels joined from RC Strasbourg (Approximately £5 million), attacking midfielder Giovanni Reyna joined on loan from Borussia Dortmund, and centre forward Rodrigo Ribeiro joined on loan from Portuguese heavyweights Sporting CP.

Several departed the club, and they were: Orel Mangala (Olympique Lyon, loan with option to buy), Gustavo Scarpa (Atletico Mineiro, €5 million), Ethan Horvath (Cardiff City, Free Transfer), Jonathan Panzo (Standard Liege, loan), Brandon Aguilera (Bristol Rovers, loan), Alex Mighten (Port Vale, loan), Scott McKenna (FC Copenhagen, loan) and Emmanuel Dennis (Watford, loan).

Sheffield United

Three players came through the door at Chris Wilder’s Sheffield United over the course of the 2024 January Transfer Window. Goalkeeper Ivo Grbic signed from Spanish Giants Atletico Madrid for a fee of €2.5 million. Forward Ben Brereton Diaz and central defender Mason Holgate joined the Blades on loan for the remainder of the 2023/24 Premier League season from Villarreal and Everton, respectively.

There were three outgoings, too, and they were as follows: John Fleck (Blackburn Rovers, Free Transfer), Benie Traore (FC Nantes, loan) and Femi Seriki (Rotherham United, loan).


Romanian central defender Radu Dragusin joined Spurs on a permanent basis for a fee of £26.7 million, whilst ex-Chelsea forward Timo Werner joined on loan with an option to buy from Germany’s RB Leipzig. 18-year-old Swedish midfielder Lucas Bergvall joined the club from Djurgardens IF.

The following players left the club either on a permanent or temporary basis: Hugo Lloris (Los Angeles FC, Free Transfer), Djed Spence (Genoa, loan), Ashley Phillips (Plymouth, loan), Eric Dier (Bayern Munich, loan with an option to buy), Sergio Reguilon (Brentford, loan), Japhet Tanganga (Millwall, loan), Ivan Perisic (Hajduk Split, loan) and Alejo Veliz (Sevilla, loan).

West Ham United

Just one player signed for David Moyes’ Hammers in January 2024. Midfielder Kalvin Phillips joined West Ham on loan for the rest of the 2023/24 Premier League season.

The following players left the club, either on loan or permanently: Conor Coventry (Charlton, £1 million), Thilo Kehrer (AS Monaco, loan), and Pablo Fornals (Real Betis).


Finally, we move onto the last club, Wolves, led by Head Coach Gary O’Neil. Just one player joined the club, Noha Lemina, brother of Wolves player Mario, joined on loan from PSG with an option to buy at the end of the 2023/24 Premier League season.

Departures were as follows: Jonny Otto (PAOK Salonika, Free Transfer), Fabio Silva (Rangers, loan), Sasa Kalajdzic (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan), Luke Cundle (Stoke City, loan), Louie Moulden (Northampton, loan), Goncalo Guedes (Villarreal, loan), Yerson Mosquera (Villarreal, loan), Joe Hodge (QPR, loan) and Chem Campbell (Wycombe, loan).

Clubs up and down the Premier League will be hoping that they now have the squad to help guide them to and realise their respective goals for the 2023/24 season.

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