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Confirmed! Premier League done deals – Arsenal, Chelsea, Man Utd, Liverpool, City

FOOTBALL By Mirror | February 1st 2021

The January transfer window will soon slam shut with club's running out of time to get any last minute moves over the line.

Several major deals have previously taken place in January thinking back to Luis Suarez in 2011 with Nemanja Matic and Virgil van Dijk also midseason movers.

Liverpool have often been in the headlines this month such is their defensive injury crisis but a new face is yet to arrive.

Jurgen Klopp is keen to make a late move but faces a race against time.

Arsenal have bolstered their ranks as their impressive form continues to see them rise up the table.

Manchester City have opted against making any signings despite largely playing without a striker in recent weeks.

Chelsea have seen a new face arrive in the dugout in the form of Thomas Tuchel, but the German has already said he doesn't expect to do any business.

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Manchester United have opted against making any signings in an effort to boost their title hopes.

Here, you can find every single deal, both in and out, for every Premier League club this summer.

View the latest Premier League done deals



Omar Rekik (Hertha Berlin) - £500,000

Mat Ryan ( Brighton ) - Loan

Martin Odegaard ( Real Madrid ) - Loan


Sead Kolasinac (Schalke) - Loan

William Saliba (Nice) - Loan

Daniel Ballard (Blackpool) - Loan

Matt Macey (Hibernian) - Undisclosed

Sokratis (Olympiacos) - Free

Mesut Ozil (Fenerbahce) - Free



Charlie Brown (MK Dons) - Undisclosed

Lucas Piazon (Braga) - Undisclosed

Danny Drinkwater (Kasimpasa) - Loan

Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan) - Loan

Baba Rahman PAOK) – Loan



Liam Millar (Charlton) - Loan

Adam Lewis (Plymouth) - Loan

Man City


Morgan Rogers (Lincoln) - Loan

Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Blackburn Rovers) - Loan

Man Utd


Amad Diallo (Atalanta) - Summer signing


Max Haygarth (Brentford)

Ethan Laird (MK Dons) - Loan

Luca Ercolani (Carpi) - Undisclosed

Timothy Fosu-Mensah (Bayer Leverkusen)

Di'Shon Bernard (Salford) - Loan

Jesse Lingard ( West Ham ) - Loan

Tahith Chong (Club Brugge) - Loan

Facundo Pellistri (Alaves) - Loan



Jubril Okedina (Cambridge) - Loan

Jack Clarke (Stoke) - Loan

Harvey White (Portsmouth) - Loan

Anthony Georgiou (AEL Limassol) - Undisclosed

Brandon Austin (Orlando City) - Loan

Shilow Tracey (Cambridge) - Loan

Malachi Fagan-Walcott (Dundee) - Loan

Maurizio Pochettino (Watford) - Free

Troy Parrott (Ipswich Town) - Loan



Matthew Pennington (Shrewsbury) - Loan

Jarrad Branthwaite (Blackburn) - Loan

Ellis Simms (Blackpool) - Loan

Yannick Bolasie (Middlesbrough) - Loan

Jonas Lossl (FC Midtjylland) - Undisclosed

Leicester City


Admiral Muskwe (Wycombe) - Loan

Matty James (Coventry) - Loan

Daniel Iversen (Preston) - Loan

Josh Knight (Wycombe) - Loan

Filip Benkovic (OH Leuven) - Loan

Islam Slimani (Lyon) - Free

Darnell Johnson (AFC Wimbledon) - Loan

Demarai Gray (Bayer Leverkusen) - £2.7m



Willian Jose (Real Sociedad) Loan


Ruben Vinagre (Famalicao) - Loan

Oskar Buur (Grasshoppers) - Loan

Niall Ennis (Plymouth) - Undisclosed

John Kitolano (Odds BK) - Undisclosed

Ryan Giles (Rotherham) - Loan

Patrick Cutrone (Valencia) - Loan

Rodrick Miranda (Released)


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