Every Major Move Of The January 2022 Transfer Window

January 2022 Transfer Window

With so much activity in transfer windows, it can be hard to keep track of who’s coming or going. Forget all the rumours and speculation, we’ll keep track of all the done deals in the January 2022 Transfer Window so you don’t have to!

Many Premier League clubs have made major moves, with Everton spending £30m on two full backs, and Barcelona signing a Manchester City forward for over £50m – while Newcastle United are yet to spend big despite previous speculation.

So who are the big names coming in to Europe’s top leagues? Let’s take a look.

Premier League

Philippe Coutinho > Aston Villa (From Barcelona, loan)

Lucas Digne > Aston Villa (From Everton, £25m)

Robin Olsen > Aston Villa (From Roma, loan)

Jonathan Lossl > Brentford (From Midtjylland, loan)

Kacper Kozlowski > Brighton (From Pogon Szczecin, reported £8m)

Dylan Williams > Chelsea (From Derby County, undisclosed)

Nathan Patterson > Everton (From Rangers, reported £12m rising to £16m)

Vitaliy Mykolenko > Everton (From Dynamo Kyiv, £17.7m)

Anwar El Ghazi > Everton (From Aston Villa, loan)

Mateo Joseph Fernandez > Leeds (From Espanyol)

Chris Wood > Newcastle (From Burnley, £25m)

Kieran Trippier > Newcastle (From Atletico, £12.5m)

Maduka Okoye > Watford (From Sparta Rotterdam, £5m )

Hassane Kamara > Watford (From OGC Nice, £4m)

Hayao Kawabe > Wolves (From Grasshoppers Zurich, £500k)

Edo Kayembe > Watford (From KAS Eupen, £4m)

Samir > Watford (From Udinese, Undisclosed)

Chiquinho > Wolves (From Estoril, £2.9m)

La Liga

Jason > Alaves (From Valencia, undisclosed)

Gonzalo Escalante > Alaves (From Lazio, loan)

Ferran Torres > Barcelona (From Manchester City, reported £46m, rising to £55m)

Fabio Blanco > Barcelona (From Eintracht Frankfurt, £840k)

Oussama Idrissi > Cadiz (From Sevilla, loan)

Ruben Alcaraz > Cadiz (From Real Valladolid, loan)

Orbelin Pineda > Celta Vigo (From Cruz Azul, free)

Chema > Eibar (From Getafe, loan)

Tonny Vilhena > Espanyol (From Krasnodar, loan)

Oscar Rodriguez > Getafe (From Sevilla, loan)

Borja Mayoral > Getafe (From Roma, loan)

Gonzalo Villar > Getafe (From Roma, loan)

Rober Gonzalez > Las Palmas (From Real Betis, loan)

Sergio Rico > Mallorca (From PSG, loan)

Goncalo Cardoso > Real Betis (From West Ham United, loan)

Rafinha > Real Sociedad (From PSG, loan)

Jonathan Gómez > Real Sociedad (From Louisville City, undisclosed)

Jaume Grau > Real Zaragoza (From Osasuna, free)

Anthony Martial > Sevilla (From Manchester United, loan)

Jesus Corona > Sevilla (From Porto, £2.9m)

Giorgi Mamardashvili > Valencia (From Dinamo Tbilisi, £720k)

Eray Comert > Valencia (From Basel, £670k)

Serie A

Jeremie Boga > Atalanta (From Sassuolo, £18.5m)

Leo Ostigard > Bologna (From Brighton, Loan)

Michel Aebischer > Bologna (From Young Boys, loan)

Matteo Lovato > Cagliari (From Atalanta, loan)

Marco Benassi > Empoli (From Fiorentina, loan)

Jonathan Ikone > Fiorentina (From LOSC Lille, reported £15m)

Krzysztof Piatek > Fiorentina (From Hertha Berlin)

Roberto Piccoli > Genoa (From Atalanta, loan)

Kelvin Yeboah > Genoa (From Sturm Graz, £6m)

Riccardo Calafiori > Genoa (From Roma, loan)

Silvan Hefti > Genoa (From Young Boys, £4.2m

Johan Vásquez > Genoa (From Pumas, £3m)

Axel Tuanzebe > Napoli (From Manchester United, loan)

Ainsley Maitland-Niles > Roma (From Arsenal, loan)

Pasquale Mazzochi > Salernitana (From Venezia, loan)

Luigi Sepe > Salernitana (From Parma, loan)

Tomas Rincon > Sampdoria (From Torino, loan)

Giangiacomo Magnani > Sampdoria (From Verona, loan)

Emil Konradsen Ceide > Rosenborg (From Sassuolo, loan)

Mohamed Fares > Torino (From Lazio, loan)

Pablo Mari > Udinese (From Arsenal, loan)

Nani > Venezia (From Orlando City, free)

Michaël Cuisance > Venezia (From Bayern Munich, £3.4m)

Max Ullman > Venezia (From Rapid Vienna, $420k)

Fabio Depaoli > Verona (From Sampdoria, loan)

Panagiotis Retsos > Verona (From Bayer Leverkusen, free)


Ricardo Pepi > Augsburg (From FC Dallas, £14.8m)

Sardar Azmoun > Bayer Leverkusen (From Zenit, free)

Marvin Friedrich > Borussia Monchengladbach (From Union Berlin, £5m)

Oliver Batista Meier > Dynamo Dresden (From Bayern Munich, undisclosed)

Ansgar Knauff > Eintracht Frankfurt (From Borussia Dortmund, loan)

Andreas Linde > Gruether Furth (From Molde, free)

Afimico Pululu > Gruether Furth (From Basel, undisclosed)

Marc-Oliver Kempf > Hertha Berlin (From Stuttgart, undisclosed)

Justin Che > Hoffenheim (From FC Dallas, loan)

Andrad Schafer > Union Berlin (From Dunajska Streda, loan)

Jürgen Locadia > VFL Bochum (From Brighton & Hove Albion, free transfer)

Stay tuned as we update this article with every move of the January 2022 Transfer Window.

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