Premier League 2022/23 January transfers: All the Done Deals

Carlo Garganese
Carlo Garganese
  • Updated: 1 Feb 2023 07:31 GMT
  • 17 min read
Pedro Porro, Tottenham, 2022/23

The January 2023 transfer window is now closed - and what a transfer window it was!

The 2022 summer transfer window saw the Premier League spend a world record amount on new signings.

There were two €100 million signings in last summer's window; Darwin Nunez from Benfica to Liverpool and Antony from Ajax to Man Utd. Chelsea spent a world record €282m in total, Man Utd splashed out €238m, while the likes of West Ham, Tottenham and Wolves all spent huge amounts. So did newly promoted Nottingham Forest, who signed a staggering 23 players.

The January 2023 transfer window, which opened on January 1 in the UK, proved to to be just as exciting in the Premier League, given the incredible wealth football's richest league boasts.

Indeed, the Premier League blitzed the rest of Europe, spending more than double on its own than the rest of Europe's big five leagues combined.

The first transfer to be completed ahead of the January window was by the world's richest club, Newcastle United, in October. They signed Australia's 18-year-old World Cup attacker Garang Kuol from Central Coast Mariners for an undisclosed fee. In November, just ahead of the World Cup break, Brighton completed the signing of Rosario Central wonderkid Facundo Buonanotte for £9.9m as well as Swedish midfielder Yasin Ayari for £5m.

The biggest news of all was Man Utd rescinding Cristiano Ronaldo's contract in November. This came about after his explosive interview with Piers Morgan. After weeks of speculation, on 30 December Ronaldo ultimately signed for Saudi Pro League side Al-Nassr, where he will receive the biggest wage ever in professional sport.

Wout Weghorst has been signed on loan from Burnley after cutting short a similar deal with Besiktas, ostensibly to replace the Portuguese star at Old Trafford.

Ronaldo was released on a free transfer by Man Utd

Ronaldo was released on a free transfer by Man Utd

Manchester City's first signing of the window came in the final week as they swooped for Argentine midfielder Maximo Perrone from Velez for £8m.

Nottingham Forest made their 24th and 25th signings of the season as they picked up Gustavo Scarpa on a free transfer from Palmeiras in December and also picked up Danilo from the Brazilian side for £16m. Chris Wood then joined on loan from Newcastle with an obligation to buy.

Everton released Salomon Rondon on a free transfer and West Ham signed Sao Paulo youngster Luizao for an undisclosed fee followed by Danny Ings from Southampton for £12m. Just before Christmas, Wolves completed the signing of Atletico Madrid attacker Matheus Cunha, initially on a loan deal. It could be made permanent for £44m in the summer. They followed that up in January by bringing in Mario Lemina from Nice and Pablo Sarabia from PSG, the latter being a replacement for Goncalo Guedes, who rejoined Benfica on loan. Wolves also signed Joao Gomes from Flamengo for £15m.

Wolves moved for Atletico star Cunha (left)

Wolves moved for Atletico star Cunha (left)

On Boxing Day 2022 we had our first hijacking of the winter window as Liverpool stunned Man Utd by signing PSV attacker Cody Gakpo for a fee that could reach £50m.

Chelsea made their first signing of January on 28 December as they announced Ivory Coast forward David Datro Fofana from Molde for £11m, with Andrey Santos also arriving for £13m days after Benoit Badiashile completed his £34m arrival from Monaco. Joao Felix became their fourth January signing, joining on loan from Atletico Madrid.

And then Chelsea made the biggest signing of the whole transfer window, paying €100m for Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhailo Mudryk, hijacking Arsenal's deal, before confirming the arrival of English forward Noni Madueke from PSV for €40m. Malo Gusto has also arrived at Stamford Bridge, although he will spend the rest of the 2022/23 season back on loan at Lyon.

Arsenal reacted to the disappointment of missing out on Mudryk by signing Leandro Trossard from Brighton for £27m and Polish defender Jakub Kiwior from Serie A side Spezia for £20m. The Gunners strengthened further on deadline day, adding Chelsea's Jorginho to provide cover for Thomas Partey. Across North London, Tottenham picked up Arnaut Danjuma on loan from Villarreal, beating Everton to his signature.

Leeds made their first January signing on 3 January by buying defender Maximilian Wober from Salzburg for £10m. Brentford followed that up the following day by capturing Freiburg striker Kevin Schade for £22m.

The Elland Road club then broke their transfer record by signing Georginio Rutter from Hoffenheim for a fee that could rise to £35.5 million. Capturing the 20-year-old France Under-21 international is a clear statement of intent. Leeds also signed American midfielder Weston McKennie on loan from Juventus.

Elsewhere, Southampton made their first signings of the window with the £6m capture of Mislav Orsic from Dinamo Zagreb and £12m signing of Carlos Alcaraz from Racing. Aston Villa picked up Alex Moreno from Real Betis for £12m on January 11 before agreeing to sign striker Jhon Duran from Chicago Fire for £18m.

Dango Ouattara joined AFC Bournemouth for £20m after the Cherries purchased a minority stake in Lorient, Ouattara's previous club. Yhey also signed Matias Vina on loan from Roma, Antoine Semenyo from Bristol City and Illia Zabarnyi from Dynamo Kyiv.

Leicester's only deal of January so far has been the £17.5m capture of FC Copenhagen man Victor Kristiansen.

With two days to go before the window closed, there were two big-money deals as Newcastle signed Anthony Gordon for £40m from Everton, and Chelsea made yet another signing in Malo Gusto for £31m.

Deadline day saw Jorginho swap Chelsea for Arsenal, Southampton land Kamaldeen Sulemena, Marcel Sabitzer join Man Utd on loan and Enzo Fernandez finally join Chelsea for a British record €121m.

Done Deals for January 2023: Every Premier League club's new signings

The 2022-23 winter window opens its doors on Sunday January 1 and won't close them until 11pm GMT on Tuesday January 31.

For a full breakdown on when all the transfer windows open and close in Europe's big five leagues, click on this link.

Also in January, soccer players whose contracts expire at the end of the season will be able to negotiate pre-contracts with new clubs. They will then be able to move for free on a Bosman Transfer in the summer of 2023. For a list of the best players who will be available for free, click on this link.

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


Arsenal January signings

Leandro TrossardBrighton£27m
Jakub KiwiorSpezia£20m

Arsenal January sales

Brooke Norton-CuffyCoventryLoan
Miguel AzeezWiganLoan
Albert Sambi LokongaCrystal PalaceLoan
Cedric SoaresFulhamLoan


Aston Villa January signings

Jhon DuranChicago Fire£18m
Alex MorenoReal Betis£12m
Aaron RamseyNorwichLoan end
Tyreik WrightBradfordLoan end
Bertrand TraoreIstanbul BasaksehirLoan end

Aston Villa January sales

Danny IngsWest Ham£15m
Frederic GuilbertStrasbourgFree
Tyreik WrightPlymouth ArgyleUndisclosed
Cameron ArcherMiddlesbroughLoan
Morgan SansonStrasbourgLoan
Marvelous NakambaAston VillaLoan
Ludwig AugustinssonSevillaLoan end
Jan BednarekSouthamptonLoan end


Bournemouth January signings

Illia ZabarnyiDynamo Kyiv£24m
Dango OuattaraLorient£20m
Antoine SemenyoBristol City£10.5m
Darren RandolphWest HamUndisclosed
Hamad Junior TraoreSassuoloLoan with obligation to buy
Matias VinaRomaLoan
Billy TerrellWeymouthLoan end
Gavin KilkennyStokeLoan end

Bournemouth January sales

Siriki DembeleAuxerreLoan
James HillHeartsLoan
Jamal LoweQPRLoan
Emiliano MarcondesNordsjaellandLoan
Will DennisSloughLoan
Gavin KilkennyCharltonLoan


Brentford January signings

Conor McManusBray WanderersUndisclosed
Byron WilsonCoventryFree
Kevin SchadeFreiburgLoan
Tariqe FosuStokeLoan end
Mads Bech SorensonNiceLoan end
Fin StevensSwanseaLoan end
Ellery BalcombeCrawleyLoan end
Kevin Schade joined Brentford from Freiburg

Kevin Schade joined Brentford from Freiburg

Brentford January sales

Mads Bech SorensonGroningenLoan
Aaron PressleyAccrington StanleyLoan
Tariqe FosuRotherhamLoan
Ellery BalcombeBristol RoversLoan
Sergi CanosOlympiacosLoan
Charlie GoodeBlackpoolLoan


Brighton January signings

Facundo BuonanotteRosario Central£9.9m
Yasin AyariAIK£5m
Aaron ConnollyVeneziaLoan end
Facundo Buonanotte, another Argentine at Brighton

Facundo Buonanotte, another Argentine at Brighton

Brighton January sales

Leandro TrossardArsenal£27m
Aaron ConnollyHullLoan
Reda KhadraBirmingham CityLoan


Chelsea January signings

Enzo FernandezBenfica£105m
Mykhailo MudrykShakhtar Donetsk£88m
Malo GustoLyon£31m
Noni MaduekePSV£30m
Benoit BadiashileMonaco£35m
Andrey SantosVasco de Gama£12m
David Datro FofanaMolde£11m
Joao FelixAtletico MadridLoan
Gabriel SloninaChicagoLoan end
Chelsea's first signing of January, David Datro Fofana

Chelsea's first signing of January, David Datro Fofana

Chelsea January sales

Malo GustoLyonLoan
Cesare CasadeiReadingLoan


Crystal Palace January signings

Naouirou AhamadaStuttgart£10m
Albert Sambi LokongaArsenalLoan
Luke PlangeRWD MolenbeckLoan end

Crystal Palace January sales

Jack ButlandMan UtdLoan
Killian PhillipsShrewsburyLoan
Malcolm EboiweiHull CityLoan
Luke PlangeLincoln CityLoan


Everton January signings

Ellis SimmsSunderlandLoan end
Niels NkounkouCardiffLoan end

Everton January sales

Anthony GordonNewcastle£40m
Nathan BroadheadIpswich£1.5m
Salomon RondonRiver PlateFree
Eldin JakupovicLos Angeles FCFree
Tyler OnyangoForest GreenLoan
Tom CannonPreston North EndLoan
Niels NkounkouSaint-EtienneLoan


Fulham January signings

Sasa LukicTorino£8m
Cedric SoaresArsenalLoan
Tyrese FrancoisHNK GoricaLoan end
Anthony KnockaertVolos NPSLoan end

Fulham January sales

Nathaniel ChalobahWest BromUndisclosed
Josh OnomahPreston North EndFree
Anthony KnockaertHuddersfield TownLoan


Leeds January signings

Georginio RutterHoffenheim£35.5m
Maximilian WoberSalzburg£10m
Diego MonteiroServette£1m
Weston McKennieJuventusloan
Leeds strengthened defence with Wober

Leeds strengthened defence with Wober

Leeds January sales

Mateusz KlichD.C UnitedFree
Alfie McCalmontCarlisleLoan
Joe GelhardtSunderlandLoan
Leo HjeldeRotherhamLoan
Cody DramehLutonLoan
Diego LlorenteRomaLoan


Leicester City January signings

Harry SouttarStoke£20m
Victor KristiansenFC Copenhagen£17.5m
TeteShakhtar DonetskLoan
George HirstBlackburnLoan end

Leicester City January sales

Ayoze PerezReal BetisLoan
George HirstIpswichLoan
Marc AlbrightonWest BromLoan


Liverpool January signings

Cody GakpoPSV£50m
Rhys WilliamsBlackpoolLoan end
Liverpool hijacked Man Utd's move for Cody Gakpo

Liverpool hijacked Man Utd's move for Cody Gakpo

Liverpool January sales

None so far


Man City January signings

Maximo PerrroneVelez£8m
Nahuel BustosSao PauloLoan end
Diego RosaVizelaLoan end

Man City January sales

Diego RosaBahiaUndisclosed
Nahuel BastosTalleresLoan
Morgan RogersBlackpoolLoan
Liam DelapPrestonLoan
Josh Wilson-EsbrandCoventryLoan
Joao CanceloBayern MunichLoan


Man Utd January signings

Jack ButlandMan UtdLoan
Wout WeghorstBurnleyLoan
Marcel SabitzerBayern MunichLoan

Man Utd January sales

Cristiano RonaldoAl-NassrFree
Charlie SavageForest GreenLoan
Shola ShoretireBoltonLoan
Axel TuanzebeStokeLoan
Martin DubravkaNewcastleLoan end
Cristiano Ronaldo was released by Man Utd in November

Cristiano Ronaldo was released by Man Utd in November


Newcastle January signings

Anthony GordonEverton£40m
Harrison AshbyWest Ham£3m
Garang KuolCentral Coast£350k
Martin DubravkaMan UtdLoan end
Matty LongstaffColchester UnitedLoan end
Kell WattsPeterboroughLoan end
Garang Kuol played for Australia at World Cup 2022

Garang Kuol played for Australia at World Cup 2022

Newcastle January sales

Chris WoodNottingham ForestLoan
Garang KuolHeartsLoan
Joe WhiteExeterLoan
Karl DarlowHull CityLoan


Nottingham Forest January signings

FelipeAtletico MadridUndisclosed
Jonjo ShelveyNewcastleUndisclosed
Gustavo ScarpaPalmeirasFree
Keylor NavasPSGLoan
Chris WoodNewcastleLoan
Brandon AguileraGuanacastecaLoan end
Josh BowlerOlympiacosLoan end
Alex MightenSheffield WednesdayLoan end
Gustavo Scarpa, Forest's first signing of January

Gustavo Scarpa, Forest's first signing of January

Nottingham Forest January sales

Josh BowlerBlackpoolLoan
Loic Mbe SohGuingampLoan
Brandon AguileraEstoril PraiaLoan
Loic BadeRennesLoan end


Southampton January signings

Kamaldeen SulemenaRennes£22m
Paul OnuachuGenk£18m
Carlos AlcarazRacing£12m
Mislav OrsicDinamo Zagreb£6m
James BreeLuton£1m
Dan N'LunduluCheltenhamLoan end
Jan BednarekAston VillaLoan end
Southampton signed Croatia star Orsic

Southampton signed Croatia star Orsic

Southampton January sales

Dan NlunduluBoltonLoan


Tottenham January signings

Pedro PorroSporting CP£5m Loan plus £39m obligation
Arnaut DanjumaVillarrealLoan
Alfie WhitemanDegerforsLoan end

Tottenham January sales

Bryan GilSevillaLoan
Djed SpenceRennesLoan


West Ham January signings

Danny IngsAston Villa£12m
LuizaoSao PauloFree
West Ham signed promising Sao Paulo defender Luizao

West Ham signed promising Sao Paulo defender Luizao

West Ham January sales

Craig DawsonWolves£3.3m
Will GreenidgeColchesterUndisclosed
Darren RandolphBournemouthUndisclosed
Conor CoventryRotherhamLoan


Wolves January signings

Joao GomesFlamengo£15m
Pablo SarabiaPSG£4m
Mario LeminaNice£10m
Craig DawsonWest Ham£3.3m
Daniel BentleyBristol CityUndisclosed
Matheus CunhaAtletico MadridLoan
Louie MouldenSolihullLoan end
Leonardo CampanaInter MiamiLoan end
Ki-Jana HoeverPSVLoan end
Fabio SilvaAnderlechtLoan end
Louie MouldenSolihull MoorsLoan end
Wolves have loaned Atletico attacker Matheus Cunha

Wolves have loaned Atletico attacker Matheus Cunha

Wolves January sales

Leonardo CampanaInter Miami£2.4m
Jackson SmithWalsallLoan
Ki-Jana HoeverStokeLoan
Leo BonatiniSan LuisFree Transfer
Goncalo GuedesBenficaLoan
Fabio SilvaPSVLoan
Matija SarkicStokeLoan