The last day saw the completion of the most significant transfer deadline deals. © AGN images

Tuesday, January 31, was the last day that players could switch teams. In the last few minutes of the window, there were a lot of huge deals. The biggest transfers of the day were Chelsea’s purchase of Enzo Fernandez and Arsenal’s purchase of Jorginho. But there were a lot of transfers on Tuesday. Joao Cancelo: From Manchester City to Bayern Munich […]

Tuesday, January 31, was the last day that players could switch teams. In the last few minutes of the window, there were a lot of huge deals. The biggest transfers of the day were Chelsea’s purchase of Enzo Fernandez and Arsenal’s purchase of Jorginho. But there were a lot of transfers on Tuesday.

Joao Cancelo is going from Manchester City to Bayern Munich on loan with a buy option for $76 million. Cancelo has joined Bayern Munich, which is one of the most surprising moves of the window. The player’s relationship with City manager Pep Guardiola seemed to get worse, which made the huge move possible.

Marcel Sabitzer: From Bayern Munich to Manchester United (loan, no buy option). The Red Devils had to move fast to find a replacement for Christian Eriksen, who was hurt. Due to an ankle injury, the Dane will not be able to play for a few months. Sabitzer will go to United on loan for the rest of the season.

Pedro Porro is moving from Sporting to Spurs (first on loan, then permanently for $49 million in the summer). Antonio Conte has been clear that he wanted a new right back, and he finally gets the one he wants. Due to Porro’s arrival, Matt Doherty and Djed Spence both left the north London club on loan.

Vitinha – Braga to Marseille ($32 million). Even though the Portuguese forward could have gone to Southampton, he chose to go to Marseille instead. This season, Vitinha scored 13 goals for the second-placed team in the Primeira Liga. The French club got to the front of the line by offering Braga more money than the player’s actual release clause.

Kamaldeen Sulemana – Rennes to Southampton ($27 million). The fast winger chose to play for the Saints instead of Everton. Southampton wanted to make a big splash in January, so they spent a lot of money to get him. The Premier League club in last place also got Paul Onuachu from Genk.

Keylor Navas goes from PSG to Nottingham Forest (loan, no buy option). The three-time winner of the Champions League will now play for Forest, which is in the middle of the table, for the rest of the season. Forest’s first-choice goalkeeper, Dean Henderson, is out with a thigh injury. Now, Navas will be the goalkeeper for the East Midlands club.

Hamed Traore is going from Sassuolo to Bournemouth (on loan at first, with a $32 million transfer required in the summer). This month, the Cherries made some pretty big deals. They also signed Ilya Zabarnyi, Dango Ouattara, Antoine Semenyo, and Matias Vina. Now they have also signed Traore. The player from Ivory Coast can play in different midfield positions.

Ayoze Perez is going from Leicester City to Real Betis (loan, no buy option). Another move that didn’t really make sense. Perez has had a hard time getting playing time so far this season, especially in the Premier League. The fact that Shakhtar Donetsk loaned Tete to Leicester must have made things worse for the Spaniard.

Diego Llorente went from Leeds to Roma on loan with a buy option for $19 million. The Spanish defender has been with the Premier League team for two and a half years. Leeds signed Max Wober as a central defender earlier in the transfer window and Diogo Monteiro on the last day of the window to help make up for the loss of Llorente.

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