The cool moves of the January transfer window as we have a look and list them all from our links section

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There are a number of moves done in this January transfer window that really shines as fantastic. Not because of the quality of the signings but just that it fits perfect the picture and the club.

Newcastle did sign a number of new players but the one that stands out as the coolest is the fact that Dan Burn is coming home. He is a very special player with his tall presence but still also of great value as his life in football has been a quality ride up the league ladder.

Burn spent almost four years at Brighton before his move to Newcastle, prevoiusly been at the club in his youth years. He then played for Darlington, moved to Fulham and at 29 back to St James Park. A real fairystory in football and hopefully he will be of great use to manager Eddie Howe.

Another markee signing is Wout Weghorst who will a nightmare for defenders when he enters the field for Burnley both home and away. The Dutch international is a surprise signing from Wolfsburg but fits the bill of a Sean Dyche set up perfectly and will be interesting to follow.

Another exciting signing and top of the bowl was Liverpool’s signing of Luis Diaz from FC Porto. A move worth £50million and one that stands out as pivotal in this transfer window.

A number of clubs did little or nothing as the window just passed with probably squad being full and not possible to add anyone with a problem to ship players out, either on loan or on full moves.

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Aston Villa signed two proven internationals in Lucas Digne from Everton and Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona and of course Dele Ali will be interesting to follow as he will be important for Frank Lampard and his special project at Everton.

For the full list of moves in January never miss out on our links to the best transfer sites around.


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