Premier League January 2019 Transfer Window Recap

*Updated When/If More Transfers Happen

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Arsenal
Bournemouth
Brighton
Burnley
Cardiff
Chelsea
Crystal Palace
Everton
Fulham
Huddersfield
Leicester
Liverpool
Man City
Man Utd
Newcastle
Southampton
Tottenham
Watford
West Ham
Wolverhampton

Arsenal

Transfers:

IN:
Denis Suárez (Loan, Barcelona)

OUT:
Emiliano Martinez (Loan, Reading)
Emile Smith-Rowe (Loan, RB Leipzig)

Net Spend: £0

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Denis Suárez
Worst Transfer: Not getting a right winger or a centre-back.

Denis Suárez is a great pick-up by Arsenal as he has great vision and passing and can dribble out of most situations, which is very reminiscent of Özil (not as good of a passer but will still be allowed to play by Emery (who used to coach him in his Sevilla days). They still haven’t bought a right-winger or a centre-back as Mustafi is clearly not good enough and Laurent Koscielny is not getting any younger. Kroenke out, surely?
Grade: C-

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Denis Suarez
Worst Transfer: Losing Ramsey for nothing

I haven’t been impressed with Unai Emery’s transfer dealings so far. Losing Ramsey and possibly Özil for nothing, while bringing in old defenders who haven’t helped. Denis Suarez is a nice talent and could flourish in a slightly smaller pond, but he’s not as good as the players departing.
Grade: D

Bournemouth

Transfers:

IN:
Dominic Solanke (£19m, Liverpool)
Chris Mepham (£12.2m, Brentford)
Nathaniel Clyne (Loan, Liverpool)

OUT:
Jermaine Defoe (Loan, Rangers)
Tyrone Mings (Loan, Aston Villa)

Net Spend: £31.2 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Nathaniel Clyne
Worst Transfer: Dominic Solanke

Solanke isn’t worth the money in my eyes, as I can’t quite see what’s supposed to be so special about him. It’s sorta similar to the Jordon Ibe signing a few years ago and they can expect the same kind of production. Chris Mepham has more potential, but it remains to be seen if the Hammersmith boy can unleash it. Clyne was down on his luck with Liverpool, but the guy is a more than solid right-back in the Premier League.
Grade: C-

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Nathaniel Clyne
Worst Transfer: Dominic Solanke

Imagine having an injury which not only costs your position as the starting right-back for Liverpool but also costing a spot in the national team (TAA is better, but still). So what does one do to get it all back? Go out on loan of course, which is exactly what Nathaniel Clyne needed. He has been pretty good for Bournemouth so far unlike Dominic Solanke, who’s injured, overpriced, and probably won’t do anything for Bournemouth despite his huge talent (Both Wilson and King are better).
Grade: D

Brighton

Transfers:

IN:
Alexis Mac Allister (£7.2m, Argentinos)
Tudor Baluta (£2.7m, Viitorul Constanta)

OUT:
Oliver Norwood (£2m, Sheffield United)
Mathias Normann (£1.5m, Rostov)
Alexis Mac Allister (Loan, Argentinos)

Net Spend: £6.4 million

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Alexis Mac Allister
Worst Transfer: Oliver Norwood

I can’t really say much about Brighton. Despite Glenn Murray playing out of his skin recently, I still believe Brighton need to bring someone in at striker and they need a better central midfielder if they want to compete in the Premier League! Other than that, pretty boring transfer window, despite their really fun matches/instant classics they’ve been having in the league this season! Alexis Mac Allister could be a good signing, but he will be loaned back for the remainder of the year, so I feel like Brighton actually didn’t achieve much this window. Sorry, Brighton fans.
Grade: F

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Alexis Mac Allister
Worst Transfer: –

Brighton have spent a whole lot of money the last 2 transfer windows and have earned a break as they sit comfortably 7 points ahead of relegation. Nothing really to write home about here, except the young talent with the weird name leaving his brother Kevin, home alone with Argentinos Juniors. He’s one to watch, but still has a way to go, but his goal scoring from an attacking midfield position fits with what Brighton have done in the Premier League.
Grade: C

Burnley

Transfers:

IN:
Peter Crouch (Swap for Sam Vokes, Stoke)

OUT:
Sam Vokes (£7.1m + Crouch, Stoke)

Net Spend: £-7.1 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Sam Vokes
Worst Transfer: –

I’d take the £8 million for Sam Vokes, who’s always been a championship talent striker. Crouch is brought in as cover, in classic Burnley fashion, officially passing the torch from Stoke to Burnley as the grayest team in the UK. You wouldn’t want to play a wet Tuesday night at Turf Moor. Man Utd barely survived on Old Trafford.
Grade: C

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Crouch due to memes.
Worst Transfer: Sam Vokes

In the most Burnley/Stoke move ever, there has been a trade. Sam Vokes for the meme machine that is….. Peter Crouch. Why? WHY ON EARTH WOULD YOU AGREE TO THAT? I have no idea what they were thinking. They are also a team that needs better full-backs but yeah, let’s bring in 38 year old Peter Crouch. To think that this team actually almost qualified for the Europa League. (Facepalm)
Grade: Burnley

Cardiff

Transfers:

IN:
Emiliano Sala (£15.3m, Nantes)
Leandro Bacuna (£3m, Reading)
Oumar Niasse (Loan, Everton)

OUT:
Anthony Pilkington (Free, Wigan)

Net Spend: £18.3m

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Emiliano Sala
Worst Transfer: –

I had such high hopes for Sala coming to the Premier League as he was someone who caught both myself and Mathias’s attention with his crazy good form. There’s nothing more I want to write about it. I just hope we find some answers.
Grade: ?

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Emiliano Sala
Worst Transfer: –

I was so excited to see Emiliano Sala go to the Premier League before the tragedy hit. It’s just a shame in every way. Had a breakthrough season in France as one of the world’s premiere target men, with a lethal right foot.
Grade: ?

Chelsea

Transfers:

IN:
Christian Pulisic (£57.6m, Dortmund)
Gonzalo Higuain (Loan, Milan)

OUT:
Christian Pulisic (Loan, Dortmund)
Cesc Fabregas (£?m, Monaco)
Alvaro Morata (Loan, Atletico Madrid)
Michy Batshuayi (Loan, Crystal Palace)
Victor Moses (Loan, Fenerbahce)
Lucas Piazon (Loan, Chievo Verona)

Net Spend: £57.6 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Christian Pulisic
Worst Transfer: Lucas Piazon

Pulisic, although slightly overhyped as America’s next big thing, is a wonderful talent. The price is quite high, but feels just right. A tricky winger who is hard to tackle, with age on his side, he will become a suitable replacement for the aging pair of Willian and Pedro. Along with Hudson-Odoi, Chelsea have a pair of winger talents that can keep them at the top level for years to come. Their striker situation is… similar as before. Higuain’s top level is better than Morata’s, but they are both out of form. Why not go directly for Krzysztof Piątek who replaced Higuain in Milan and bagged 2 goals on his debut. Lucas Piazon is getting loaned out for the zillionth time, sell him already.
Grade: C+

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Gonzalo Higuain
Worst Transfer: Cesc Fabregas

Not a bad transfer window but holy moly, did they lose quite a lot. They lost Cesc Fabregas, Alvaro Morata and Victor Moses and not really replaced those players. While they can enjoy the emergence of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Gonzalo Higuain doesn’t quite feel like the superstar signing they need at striker (as the Hazard CF experiment was an absolute failure). The thing that bodes well though is that Higuain had one of his best scoring records whilst Sarri was his manager at Napoli, so it will be fun to see how Chelsea and Higuain fare by the end of the season. I am a fan of Christian Pulisic but unfortunately for Chelsea, they will have to wait until next season to see what he’s got.

Losing the Spanish Magician was also very stupid, considering their midfield has been severely lacking, with only Kanté having a good season, so it remains to see if Chelsea will try to go for FC Barcelona’s Ivan Rakitic next summer. (I hope not because he’s perfect for the Blaugrana)
Grade: C

Crystal Palace

Transfers:

IN:
Bakary Sako (Free, West Brom)
Michy Batshuayi (Loan, Chelsea)
Lucas Perri (Loan, Sao Paulo)

OUT:
Sullay Kaikai (Free, NAC Breda)
Jason Puncheon (Loan, Huddersfield)
Alexander Sørloth (Loan, Gent)
Jonathan Williams (Free, Charlton)

Net Spend: £0

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Michy Batshuayi
Worst Transfer: Jason Puncheon

Nanananananananana Batsman, Batsman! Crystal Palace left it late, but flashing the Batsymbol and bringing in Michy Batshuayi right at the end saves the day for them. He is exactly the type of player they needed. Also cool to see King Bakary Sako back (his boots always has various animé characters on them).
Grade: 8/10

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Michy Batshuayi
Worst Transfer: Sullay Kaikai

Getting the Batshuayi transfer over the line changed this from a disappointing transfer window into a promising one. 3 years after Crystal Palace were set to get the Belgian striker, they finally land him. If he can recpture the form he had with Dortmund, then Crystal Palace have made a coup here. It’s a shame they never got Sullay Kaikai to perform to his potential, but hopefully he’s better suited for the technical Eredivisie.
Grade: B-

Everton

Transfers:

In:

Out:
Oumar Niasse (Loan, Cardiff)
Yannick Bolasia (Loan, Anderlecht)
Mason Holgate (Loan, West Brom)
Kieran Dowell (Loan, Sheffield United)
Cuco Martina (Loan, Feyenoord)

Net Spend: £0

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Cuco Martina
Worst Transfer: Yannick Bolasie

Everton are just loaning out players they don’t need this year and that’s that. Cuco Martina is not a Premier League level player, even if he played far too many games a year ago. It’s a shame we won’t see Kieran Dowell this season, but the talent still has plenty of time to blossom for the Toffees. Should have gotten an upgrade at the striker position. Bolasie’s Everton career has been a disappointment and it’s sad to see him on the outs after fighting back from a major injury.
Grade: C-

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Keeping Gana Gueye
Worst Transfer: N/A

Everton have been at best, underachieving. We have been outright trash for parts of the season and our cup run has been abysmal. You know what else has been abysmal? Our January transfer window. We clearly need a striker and when presented with a solution (Michy Batshuayi), we don’t want to spend the funds to get him in. Disappointing. Just like Marco Silva #MarcoSilvaOut.
Grade: E for Everton.

Fulham

Transfers:

IN:
Ryan Babel (£1.8m, Besiktas)
Håvard Nordtveit (Loan, Hoffenheim)
Lazar Markovic (Free, Liverpool)

OUT:
Cauley Woodrow (Free, Barnsley)
Aboubakar Kamara (Loan, Yeni Malatyaspor)
Stefan Johansen (Loan, West Brom)

Net Spend: £1.8 million

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Ryan Babel or Aboubakar Kamara
Worst Transfer: –

Poor Ranieri. I thought for sure that he would get some sort of backing to try and help Fulham’s bid to stay in the Premier League, but nope. Guess Ryan Babel will be the only signing they will do (Which isn’t a bad one as seen in his first full match against Brighton). They had to get rid of Aboubakar Kamara after his several off the pitch incidents which might see a change in morale within the team. Other than that, there’s not much to say, I think so many teams in the Premier League have so many signings to do but aren’t doing it because either they can’t or have the worst owners.
Grade: Relegation

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Ryan Babel
Worst Transfer: Håvard Nordtveit

Ryan Babel has already shown he can bring a new dimension for Fulham, with his quickness and decisiveness already reaping the rewards. A small fee of £2 million is a bargain for a good player with Premier League experience. The guy has more Champions League goals than Hazard for Christ’s sake. Getting Babel in and Kamara out might have been enough to avoid relegation, but getting in Håvard Nordtveit might all but confirm it instead.
Grade: C-

Huddersfield

Transfers:

IN:
Jason Puncheon (Loan, Crystal Palace)
Karlan Grant (£1.7m, Charlton)

OUT:
Ramadan Sobhi (Loan, Ahly)
Collin Quaner (Loan, Ipswich)
Raijv van La Parra (Loan, Middlesbrough)

Net Spend: £1.7 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Jason Puncheon
Worst Transfer: Collin Quaner

Fantasy legend Collin Quaner sadly has to go, but it was fun while it lasted. Ramadan Sobhi’s time in the Premier League has been less fun than expected and it’s sad to see him go without a real shot at Premier League action. Jason Puncheon can help Huddersfield right now, but will it be enough? I highly doubt it.
Grade: D

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer:  Jason Puncheon
Worst Transfer: Ramadan Sobhi

Seriously. Clubs aren’t adding the right players in. Big fan of Jason Puncheon though who I think could add some goals and assists for Huddersfield, but they need to be signing some better strikers and wingers, but guess they don’t have the funds (nor the players to stay up in the Premier League). Sorry, Huddersfield. Your swan song is about to finish.
Grade: F

Leicester

Transfers:

IN:
Youri Tielemans (Loan, AS Monaco)

OUT:
Vicente Iborra (£9m, Villareal)
Yohan Benalouane (Loan, Nottingham Forrest)
Fousseni Diabaté (Loan, Sivasspor)
Adrien Silva (Loan, AS Monaco)
Andy King (Loan, Derby)

Net Spend: -£9 million

Verdict: 

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Youri Tielemans
Worst Transfer: Vincente Iborra and Adrien Silva

I love Youri Tielemans and think he could be one of the best transfers Leicester has ever done. EVER. Especially if they manage to sign him permanently after his loan expires. On the same side of the coin, why the hell did they get rid of Vincente Iborra and Adrien Silva? Both quality midfielders who makes any squad better so removing them is just baffling.
Grade: C

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Youri Tielemans
Worst Transfer: Vicente Iborra

Youri Tielemans is in the Premier League! Mr. Wondergoal. Check out his long range bombs with both feet while at Anderlecht. I am a big fan of Tielemans potential and getting him for a cut-price deal in the summer would be yet another fantastic signing for Leicester, who have been knocking it out of the park the last few windows. Vicente Iborra deserves better than he got with Leicester, but when it didn’t work out, it’s fine to let him go. Adrien Silva is also good, but when he gets you Tielemans back, you gotta do it!
Grade: A-

Liverpool

Transfers:

IN:

OUT:
Dominic Solanke (£19m, Bournemouth)
Nathaniel Clyne (Loan, Bournemouth)
Lazar Markovic (Free, Fulham)

Net Spend: £-19 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Dominic Solanke
Worst Transfer: –

Liverpool are sitting pretty at the top of the table and don’t really have to do much. Getting a solid profit on Dominic Solanke and earning back some of what they’ve spent over the years is good enough. Clyne is a good right back, but barring the very few times Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez are injured, they have that spot covered.
Grade: B-

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Dominic Solanke
Worst Transfer: Nathaniel Clyne

Liverpool have one of the best squads in the Premier League. They don’t really need much right now and were able to fleece Bournemouth with that £19 million move for Dominic Solanke. So you know what? I would give them an A, but they should maybe consider getting a better partner for VVD, as Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip are not good enough in the long-term. That’s it. Is this the year, Liverpool fans?
Grade: N/A

Manchester City

Transfers:

IN:
Ante Palaversa (£8m, Hajduk Split)
Ko Itakura (£1m, Kawasaki Frontale)

OUT:
Brahim Diaz (£15.3m, Real Madrid)
Ko Itakura (Loan, Groningen)

Net Spend: -£7.3 million

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: N/A
Worst Transfer: Brahim Diaz

I love Pep Guardiola. It goes without saying. But yikes, first Kelechi Iheanacho then Jadon Sancho and now Brahim Diaz. You really don’t care about the academy too much… which is weird considering so many Barcelona B players are now main staples at FC Barcelona. So what happened with Brahim Diaz? Other than that, I can’t really say much. They have a more complete squad than Liverpool and should be having a successful title defence, but clearly… nothing goes according to plan (though we will have to wait and see!)
Grade: N/A

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Ko Itakura
Worst Transfer: Brahim Diaz

Buying Japanese players will always be a plus in my book, but selling talented academy players is never advised, even for a juggernaut like Man City. Kelechi Iheanacho, Jadon Sancho, Pablo Maffeo and now Brahim Diaz. The huge downside of modern football. Especially Sancho would have strengthened City right now, and would have made the £60 mill move for Mahrez in the summer obsolete. But that’s the price you pay for being impatient. Brahim Diaz is close to Sancho’s talent level and will be back in a top 6 Premier League team in the future if he wants to.
Grade: D-

Manchester United

Transfers:

IN:

OUT:
Marouane Fellaini (£10.5m, Shandong Luneng)

Net Spend: £-10.5 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Marouane Fellaini
Worst Transfer: –

Fellaini has actually done a decent job at Man Utd, but for a team challenging for a title, he never made any sense. Man Utd can finally move on and rather focus on their youth movement with signing Anthony Martial to a new 5 year contract. Not spending loads with a caretaker manager is also smart, but they should really go all out in the summer in a bid to reach the heights of Sir Alex Ferguson’s glory days again.
Grade: B

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Signing Martial to a new contract.
Worst Transfer: Lack of a right winger and a centre-back (Woah Deja-vu)

Amazing that they were able to get Martial to sign a new contract until 2024. You know what’s not amazing? Not signing a centre-back or a right-winger. Goodbye Fellaini, you weirdly justified being a super-sub but clearly you were not good enough to be a starter. Good luck in China! Despite all this, pretty boring business for the Red Devils.
Grade: N/A

Newcastle United

Transfers:

IN:
Miguel Almiron (£21m, Atlanta United)
Antonio Barreca (Loan, AS Monaco)

OUT:
Jacob Murphy (Loan, West Brom)

Net Spend: £21 million

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Miguel Almiron
Worst Transfer: –

Miguel Almiron is a certified boss. A crazy work rate, pace and a left-foot that reminds me of both Angel Di Maria and Lionel Messi. It’s high praise for the Paraguayan, but seriously, just check out some of his highlights. While it remains to see if it can be translated to the high calibre standard of the Premier League, if his talent means anything, he will be one of the rising stars. The only issue I have with Newcastle is the fact that they still haven’t signed a better centre-back and a better central midfielder, but Mike Ashley is the worst, so I guess that’s all they can do for now.
Grade: C

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Miguel Almiron
Worst Transfer: –

I will share Kevin’s enthusiasm for Miguel Almiron. There haven’t been many successful MLS transfers in the Premier League, but Almiron might be the one. He perfectly fits what Newcastle need, as a player who can take on defenders and run them ragged to provide some much needed goals, assists and creativity. Barreca is a fine left-back for the future, another position of need, but this Newcastle squad still needs more firepower.
Grade: B-

Southampton

Transfers:

IN:

OUT:
Manolo Gabbiadini (£10.8m, Sampdoria)
Cedric Soares (Loan, Inter)
Wesley Hoedt (Loan, Celta Vigo)
Steven Davis (Loan, Rangers)

Net Spend: £-10.8m

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Wesley Hoedt
Worst Transfer: Manolo Gabbiadini

Selling Wesley Hoedt is addition by subtraction. He got a red card on his debut for Celta Vigo in a losing effort and that pretty much describes his entire tenure at Southampton. Gabbiadini had a better (re-)debut for Sampdoria, even though his goal wasn’t quite as iconic as his first for Southampton, when he Gabbiadini’d the f**k out of West Ham (blasted it into the top of the net). Hasenhüttl obviously has his preferences in terms of players considering who he got rid of, but I’d like to see him bring someone in as well.
Grade: C

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Wesley Hoedt
Worst Transfer: Manolo Gabbiadini

Getting rid of Wesley Hoedt is awesome. Getting rid of Manolo Gabbiadini before he gets to link up with Ralph Hasenhüttl is poor and getting rid of the always reliable Cedric Soares is also stupid. Not bringing anyone in to replace any of these players? ALSO STUPID. Jeez. Terrible showing.
Grade: D

Tottenham

Transfers:

IN:

OUT:
Mousa Dembélé (£11.2m, Guangzhou Evergrande)
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Loan, AS Monaco)

Net Spend: £-11.2m

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: No one again. Seriously?
Worst Transfer: Mousa Dembélé

How are they still not signing anyone? Seriously? I can’t even make sense of Tottenham’s transfer policy as of late. Poor Pochettino. He deserves better. Truly abysmal. Also how is selling Mousa Dembélé going to help? He is always been Mr.Reliable for Tottenham… Worst. Transfer. Window… EVER!
Grade: F

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Eh.. No one?
Worst Transfer: Eh.. No one?

I really thought Spurs would spend some money after seeing Harry Kane and Dele Alli going down with injuries. I was sadly mistaken. Spurs are in prime position to go for a league title, but they just won’t sign anyone. Is the money not there? Is this Arsenal right after moving to the Emirates stadium? Let’s hope for Spurs sake that their fate will be better than their rivals. Mousa Dembélé is a Premier League cult hero, but his injury issues takes him out of the equation. A nice pay day in China awaits.
Grade: F

Watford

Transfers:

IN:
Filip Stuparevic (£2m, Vozdovac)

OUT:
Filip Stuparevic (Loan, Vozdovac)
Marvin Zeegelaar (Loan, Udinese)
Stefano Okaka (Loan, Udinese)
Ben Wilmot (Loan, Udinese)
Younes Kaboul (Released)

Net Spend: £2 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Being a Udinese farmer club
Worst Transfer: Stefano Okaka

A typical Watford window with some bench fodder going out on loan to feeder clubs. Stefano Okaka Chuka is the biggest loss, both in terms of importance and just pure size. The man is a beast. I don’t know much about Stuparevic, but the price and instant loan back tells me it doesn’t really matter. Watford are safely mid-table and are keeping their best players at the very least.
Grade: C

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Younes Kaboul
Worst Transfer: Not buying what they need.

Watford are a few signings away from being a real threat in the Premier League. Unfortunately, they did nothing in the January Transfer Window to write home about.
Grade: F

West Ham

Transfers:

IN:
Samir Nasri (Free)
Mesaque Dju (Free, Benfica)

OUT:
Reece Oxford (Loan, Augsburg)

Net Spend: £0

Verdict:

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: Samir Nasri
Worst Transfer: –

West Ham have a lot of issues, strikers are plentiful but their defense is atrocious and is what they need to fix to truly break into the top 7. They are so close, but getting Samir Nasri doesn’t solve their issues and having the locker-room plague that is Marko Arnautovic is not helping either. Sorry West Ham fans. Terrible January transfer window.
Grade: D

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Samir Nasri
Worst Transfer: Marko Arnautovic

A very weak window after a good start with getting Samir Nasri in for free. He has looked great so far, still trying to get back into full fitness. The whole saga around Marko Arnautovic has been a big downer for West Ham however. He sulked and wanted to go for money in China, didn’t get it, sulked some more, got a raise to shut up and was back laying down on the pitch again in a West Ham loss. West Ham need a new striker and ship out the cancerous Arnautovic ASAP.
Grade: D

Wolverhampton

Transfers:

IN:
Jonny Castro (£20.5m, Atletico Madrid)

OUT:
Benik Afobe (£12.1m, Stoke)
Danny Batth (£3.1m, Stoke)
Dominic Iorfa (£?m, Sheffield Wednesday)
Leo Bonatini (Loan, Nottingham Forrest)

Net Spend: £5.3 million

Verdict:

@Maefteda:

Best Transfer: Jonny Castro
Worst Transfer: –

Jonny Castro has been a very solid part of the impressive Wolverhampton side this season and getting him permanently for £20 million is decent business. They earn most of the money back from selling fodder Benik Afobe and Danny Batth, making this a more than solid window for Wolves.
Grade: B-

@KevNissanka:

Best Transfer: –
Worst Transfer: –

Not a lot of action this transfer window. I wish Wolverhampton had bought a player to push them into the hunt for Europe but clearly they don’t have the funds to get them in until summer.
Grade: N/A

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