Deadline Day: What fans should expect on the final day of the transfer window

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse

Clubs across Europe head into Deadline Day after a mixture of positive and negative results. Because of clubs losing significant match day revenue because of the pandemic, record-breaking deals haven’t happened in the January transfer window sadly.

There have been fewer departures and arrivals in the English Premier League as clubs are going through a precarious financial situation. Premier League clubs have resorted to fill-in in the vacated spots with short-term fixes or loan signings.

Of the teams in the UK, Arsenal had departures and have signed new players. The Gunners have offloaded Mesut Ozil, who was an outcast at the Emirates, to the Turkish outfit on a free transfer.

Amongst the permanent signings, Aston Villa have secured the services of Morgan Sanson from Marseille while West Ham United have bought Said Benrahma from Brentford on a permanent deal.

The player was on loan but the Hammers have made the deal permanent on the 29th of January. West Ham United offloaded their record signing and out-of-form striker Sebastian Haller to Ajax.

Ahead of Deadline Day, there are clubs still looking to improve their side. Here are the transfers that could still happen on the final day of the transfer window:

Use your ← → (arrows) to browse