Premier League done deals: Deadline day and every transfer in January window

first_imgPREMIER LEAGUE clubs have prepared for the final months of the 2019/20 season with a slow burning transfer window.January saw only a handful of deals in the first fortnight as Sheffield United signed Jack Rodwell, Ondrej Duda joined Norwich and Liverpool completed their move for Takumi Minamino.5 Liverpool had agreed Minamino’s arrival before the window openedCredit: ReutersBut the tension was released in the final few days with Manchester United and Arsenal getting stuck in.The Gunners snapped up two defenders on loan in the form of Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares.While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finally welcomed Bruno Fernandes to Old Trafford.But for every deal over the line were plenty left unfinished.United’s desperate desire for a striker only bought them ex-Watford man Odion Ighalo and Chelsea were unable to capitalise on their FIFA ban ending early.Here, SunSport lists the Premier League’s entire January business.ArsenalIn: Eddie Nketiah (Leeds, recalled from loan)Cedric Soares (Southampton, loan)Pablo Mari (Flamengo, loan)5 Pablo Mari hopped over to North London from BrazilCredit: Getty Images – GettyOut: Tyreece John-Jules (Lincoln, loan)Emile Smith Rowe (Huddersfield, loan)Dinos Mavropanos (Nuremberg, loan)Ben Sheaf (Doncaster Rovers, loan)Deyan Iliev (Jagiellonia Bialystok, loan)James Olayinka (Northampton, loan)Aston VillaIn: Louie Barry (Barcelona, £1m)Mbwana Samatta (Genk, £10m)Danny Drinkwater (Chelsea, loan)Pepe Reina (AC Milan, loan)Borja Baston (Swansea, free)Out: Andre Green (Charlton, loan)Jonathan Kodjia (Al-Gharafa, undisclosed)Lovre Kalinic (Toulouse, loan)Scott Hogan (Birmingham, loan)James Chester (Stoke, loan)Jacob Ramsey (Doncaster, loan)Rushian Hepburn-Murphy (Derby, loan)BournemouthIn: Kyle Taylor (recalled from loan)Out: Mikael Ndjoli (Motherwell, loan)Asmir Begovic (AC Milan, loan)Brad Smith (Cardiff, loan)Matt Butcher (St Johnstone, loan)Very happy to be joining this great club. I can’t wait to get started with my teammates and help this club be successful. Forza Milan! 🔴⚫️ @acmilan pic.twitter.com/hKKwkBzPQD— Asmir Begovic (@asmir1) January 13, 2020 LeicesterIn: Ryan Bennett (Wolves, loan)Out: Raul Uche (Real Valladolid, undisclosed)George Thomas (ADO Den Haag, loan)Andy King (Huddersfield, loan)Admiral Muskwe (Swindon, loan)Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (Blackpool, loan)Mitchell Clark (Port Vale, loan)Filip Benkovic (Bristol City, loan)LiverpoolIn: Takumi Minamino (Red Bull Salzburg, £7.25m)Joe Hardy (Brentford, undisclosed)Out: Herbie Kane (Hull, loan)Rhian Brewster (Swansea, loan)Isaac Christie-Davies (Cercle Brugge, loan)Allan Rodrigues de Souza (Atletico Mineiro, undisclosed)Nathaniel Phillips (Stuttgart, loan)Daniel Atherton (Marine)Manchester CityIn: -Out: Patrick Roberts (Middlesbrough, loan)Lukas Nmecha (Middlesbrough, loan)Angelino (RB Leipzig, loan)Matt Smith (Charlton, loan)Manchester UnitedIn: Nathan Bishop (Southend, undisclosed)Bruno Fernandes (Sporting Lisbon, £68m)Odion Ighalo (Shanghai Shenhua, loan)5 Bruno Fernandes will cost United £68m if all his add-ons are metCredit: Getty Images – GettyOut: Ethan Hamilton (Bolton, loan)Ashley Young (Inter Milan, £1.3m)Alex Fojticek (Stalybridge Celtic, loan)Max Taylor (Stalybridge Celtic, loan)NewcastleIn: Valentino Lazaro (Inter Milan, loan)Nabil Bentaleb (Schalke, loan)Danny Rose (Tottenham, loan)Out: Kelland Watts (Mansfield, loan)Ki Sung-yueng (released_ NorwichIn: Ondrej Duda (Hertha Berlin, loan)Lukas Rupp (Hoffenheim, undisclosed)Sam McCallum (Coventry, undisclosed)Out: Anthony Spyrou (Released)Carlton Morris (MK Dons, loan)Akin Famewo (St Mirren, loan)Philip Heise (FC Nurnberg, loan)Dennis Srbeny (Paderborn 07, undisclosed)Rocky Bushiri (Sint-Truiden, loan)Louis Lomas (Tampa Bay Rowdies, loan)Louis Thompson (MK Dons, loan)Simon Power (King’s Lynn, loan)Sam McCallum (Coventry, loan)Isak Thorvaldsson (Fleetwood, loan)Sheffield UnitedIn: Sander Berge (Genk, £22m)Richairo Zivkovic (Changchun Yatai, loan)Jack Robinson (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed)Jack Rodwell (Free)Panagiotis Retsos (Bayer Leverkusen, loan)Out: Richard Stearman (Huddersfield, free)Tyler Smith (Rochdale, loan)Harry Sheppeard (Steel Phalt Academy, loan)Ben Heneghan (Blackpool, loan)David Parkhouse (Stevenage, loan)Callum Robinson (West Brom, loan)Kean Bryan (Bolton, loan)Marcus Dewhurst (Carlisle, loan)Mark Duffy (ADO Den Haag, loan)Jake Wright (released)SouthamptonIn: Kyle Walker-Peters (Tottenham, loan)5 Walker-Peters headed to Southampton in search of first-team actionCredit: Getty Images – GettyOut: Christoph Klarer (SKN St Polten, loan)Josh Sims (New York Red Bulls, loan)Kayne Ramsay (Shrewsbury, loan)Cedric Soares (Arsenal, loan)Harry Hamblin (Macclesfield, loan)Maya Yoshida (Sampdoria, loan)Callum Slattery (De Graafschap, loan)TottenhamIn: Giovani Lo Celso (Real Betis, £27m)Gedson Fernandes (Benfica, loan)Steven Bergwijn (PSV Eindhoven, £27m)Out: Jack Clarke (QPR, loan)Paris Maghoma (Brentford, undisclosed)Christian Eriksen (Inter Milan, £17m)Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton, loan)Cameron Carter-Vickers (Luton, loan)Kazaiah Sterling (Leyton Orient, loan)Anthony Georgiou (Bolton, loan)Tashan Oakley-Boothe (Stoke, undisclosed)SPURS NEWS LIVE: Follow all the latest news on TottenhamWatfordIn: Joao Pedro (Fluminense, undisclosed)Ignacio Pussetto (Udinese, £7m)Out: Dimitri Foulquier (Granada, loan)Alex Jakubiak (St Mirren, loan)West HamIn: Darren Randolph (Middlesbrough, undisclosed)Tomas Soucek (Slavia Prague, loan)Jarrod Bowen (Hull, £22m)Out: Nathan Holland (Oxford, loan)Conor Coventry (Lincoln, loan)Joe Powell (Burton, undisclosed)Martin Samuelsen (Hull, undisclosed)Dan Kemp (Stevenage, loan)Pontus Dahlberg (Emmen, loan)Sebastian Prodl (released)latest football newsGossipCROWD RETURNFA Cup final ‘may see 20,000 at Wembley in trial allowing some fans at games’CommentPHIL THOMASDiving and whining was never a good look and will seem worse after lockdownExclusive’I’M IN A BAD WAY’Ex-England star Kenny Sansom talks for first time since being attackedExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsExclusiveSWAN THAT GOT AWAYSwansea wanted £3m Davies three years ago but couldn’t get work permitNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticBAYERN 5 DUSSELDORF 0Lewa bags two as Bayern thump rivals to close on 8th straight titleTHEIR CALLReferees in Northern Ireland will be given choice on coming back says union bossWolvesIn: Leonardo Campana (Barcelona SC, undisclosed)Daniel Podence (Olympiacos, £17m)Luke Matheson (Rochdale, £1m)Out: Elliot Watt (Carlisle, loan)Ivan Cavaleiro (Fulham, undisclosed)Patrick Cutrone (Fiorentina, loan)Connor Ronan (Blackpool, loan)Rafa Mir (Huesca, loan)Harry Burgoyne (Shrewsbury, undisclosed)Benny Ashley-Seal (Accrington, loan)Jordon Graham (Gillingham, loan)Sylvain Deslandes (Arges Pitesti, undisclosed)Luke Matheson (Rochdale, loan)Ryan Giles (Coventry, loan)Ryan Bennett (Leicester, loan)Sun Sport’s Daniel Cutts says Jarrod Bowen is his ‘one to watch’ as he assesses the January windowcenter_img BrightonIn: Anders Dreyer (Midtjylland, undisclosed)Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield, £5m)Jurgen Locadia (Hoffenheim, recalled from loan)Alexis Mac Allister (Boca Juniors, recalled from loan)Tariq Lamptey (Chelsea, £6m)Out: Max Sanders (AFC Wimbledon, loan)James Tilley (Grimsby Town, loan)Tudor Baluta (ADO Den Haag, loan)Gaetan Bong (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed)Jan Mlaker (Brighton, loan)Leon Balogun (Brighton, loan)BurnleyIn: Josh Brownhill (Bristol City, £9m)Out: Ryan Cooney (Morecambe, loan)Christian N’Guessan (Oldham, loan)Adam Phillips (Morecambe, loan)Anthony Glennon (Grimsby, loan)Scott Wilson (Blyth Spartans, loan)Tunde Bayode (Curzon Ashton, loan)Josh Benson (Grimsby Town, loan)Nahki Wells (Bristol City, £5m)ChelseaIn: -5 Chelsea outcast Olivier Giroud went nowhere after the club failed to sign a replacementCredit: ReutersOut: Danny Drinkwater (Aston Villa, loan)Marc Guehi (Swansea, loan)Conor Gallagher (Swansea, loan)Victor Moses (Inter Milan, loan)Jamal Blackman (Bristol Rovers, loan)Charlie Brown (Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, loan)Clinton Mola (Stuttgart, £330,000)Tariq Lamptey (Brighton, £6m)Crystal PalaceIn: Scott Banks (Dundee United, undisclosed)Cenk Tosun (Everton, loan)Out: Sam Woods (Hamilton, loan)James Daly (Bristol Rovers, undisclosed)Jason Lokilo (Doncaster, loan)Connor Wickham (Sheffield Wednesday, loan)Scott Banks (Alloa, loan)EvertonIn: Joao Virginia (recalled from loan)Jarrad Branthwaite (Carlisle, undisclosed)Out: Kieran Dowell (Wigan, loan)Callum Connolly (Fleetwood, loan)Cenk Tosun (Crystal Palace, loan)Morgan Feeney (Tranmere, loan)Lewis Gibson (Fleetwood, loan)Jonas Lossl (Huddersfield, loan)last_img read more

Gov’t Discharges 4 Ebola Survivors

first_imgGovernment yesterday discharged four Ebola patients from the ELWA II Ebola Treatment Unit supported by the French charity, Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) amid cheers from onlookers and families of the survivors.Those discharged were among victims of the recent outbreak in Margibi County, which was a result of the death of a 17 year old boy from the virus, health reports said.The survivors were discharged by the authorities of the Ministry of Health. Their ages range from 9 to 24 years. They included 3 males and one female.At the ceremony, Deputy Health Minister, Tolbert Nyenswah, reassured the public that there was no need to panic as the country is now well prepared with the requisite medical capacity to tackle the deadly Ebola virus disease (EVD).According to him, the immediate and effective response of the health team to this latest outbreak of the virus is a clear indication that the country has the capacity to put any outbreak under control and help those victims move on with life after they have recuperated.“When we speak of capacity, I mean we have a good health team that can rapidly provide treatment and save lives as demonstrated by the five persons who were being declared free of the virus,” said Nyenswah.At present, there are no confirmed cases in the country, which Nyenswah believes is a clear indication that the country now has a good capacity to deal with the deadly virus.Meanwhile Minister Nyenswah urged the survivors to continue the preventive measures to ensure that they keep safe since more than 100 other persons are still under observation, a sign that the Ebola fight is not yet over.Dr. Moses Massaquoi of ELWA II, said the survivors were taken to the ETU and were confirmed positive of the virus, but because of the quick intervention by medical teams, they were treated and discharged.The survivors admitted contracting the virus after they ate a stray dog, but medical investigations disproved their version of the contact.They vowed never to eat dog meat any more for the rest of their lives, adding, “From today if we see a dog passing, we will avoid coming in contact with the animal.”Meanwhile, Ebola has killed more than 4,800 people in Liberia before the country was declared Ebola transmission-free on May 9.Samples taken from the 17-year-old boy show the virus is genetically similar to viruses that infected many people in the same area more than six months ago, the World Health Organization has said.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Marine’s a hero for 54 kids who have place to call home

first_imgBut Febbi, the site’s project manager, won’t be with them any longer. He’s moving on to volunteer at a new Habitat for Humanity project in Orange County. It’s called Homes for Heroes, and in addition to building homes for low-income families with children, there will be homes built for the children of soldiers who aren’t coming home from Iraq or Afghanistan. “When I heard what they were doing, I knew that was where I was going next,” Febbi said Wednesday, sitting outside his mobile home parked on the Pacoima site. “I hate to leave, but I know in my heart that’s where I belong now.” Matt’s son, Army Sgt. Richard Febbi, 25, was killed in 2005 in a motorcycle crash while home on leave. He had served four years in the Marines and an additional three in the Army before he died. “He loved his job and his country,” Matt said. “His men would have walked through fire for him, and he for them. He was a born leader, a hero in every sense of the word.” And now his dad – a hero to 54 kids in Pacoima – is moving on to help the families of soldiers who aren’t coming home. Shedding more of his blood, sweat and tears to give some more kids a safer, better life. Dennis McCarthy’s column appears Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. dennis.mccarthy@dailynews.com (818) 713-3749 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Sweat from hammering nails and laying pipe in the hot, summer sun for eight years – and earning nothing more than a thank you. Tears from having 54 kids put their arms around their waists and thank them as their parents are handed the keys to their first real home. “When the kids run in and see their bedroom, their eyes grow so wide, and the older kids often break down and cry because they’re so happy,” Matt Febbi says. “It breaks your heart. These kids have never known anything but garages and trailers, sleeping three or four to a bed. Now, they have their own bed, their own room in a real house. “They look at you as if you’re some kind of hero for what you’ve done for them,” he says. “I’m no hero. I’m just an old Marine who spent 27 years serving his country, then retired to go help some kids have a better life.” On Saturday, the first phase of 20 homes in the Habitat project will be completed. The last two sets of keys will be handed to fathers and mothers who have spent their weekends for more than two years helping the volunteers build their homes. They all have low-paying jobs, not earning nearly enough to ever dream of owning a new home. They’ll pay what they can afford, then they’ll work off the rest by helping build more homes for more families to follow. It’s the kids he’s going to miss the most, the old Marine says. The 54 children who have come to this Pacoima housing project with nothing during the past eight years and now have something. They’re sleeping in real bedrooms now, not garages. They’re finally able to go outside to play after school with their friends instead of being forced to stay inside for their own safety. Fifty-four kids whom the old Marine and his group of volunteers at this Habitat for Humanity project have shed blood, sweat and tears for to give a safer, better life. Blood from all the nicks and cuts, all the power tools that got away from them as they stood on ladders, walked across roofs, and knelt in dirt to build 20 homes for the kids and their families. last_img read more