January 2007 Premiership Transfers – Full List
Here’s a complete list of all confirmed transfers in the Premiership in January 2007.
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In the next few days I’ll dissect the transfer strategy for each club, as well as talk about a few of the key transfers in detail.
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Last Updated: 1st February
Out: Anthony Stokes (Sunderland, £2m), , Sebastian Larsson (Birmingham, £1m), Joe O’Cearuill (Brighton, loan), Lauren (Portsmouth, £500,000), Alexandre Song (Charlton, loan)
In: Shaun Maloney (Celtic, £1m), Phil Bardsley (Manchester United, loan), John Carew (Lyon, swap deal for Milan Baros), Ashley Young (Watford, £9.65m)
Out: Peter Whittingham (Cardiff, £350,000), Eric Djemba-Djemba (Burnley, loan), Didier Agathe (released), Milan Baros (Lyon, swap deal for John Carew), Lee Hendrie (Stoke, loan)
In: David Dunn (Birmingham, £2.2m), Stephen Warnock (Liverpool, £1.5m), Christopher Samba (Hertha Berlin, undisclosed fee), Bruno Berner (Basle, undisclosed)
Out: Dominic Matteo (Stoke, free), Joe Garner (Carlisle, loan), Lucas Neill (West Ham, £2.5m), Jay McEveley (Derby, £1m)
In: David Thompson (Portsmouth, undisclosed), Zoltan Harsanyi (FC Senec, loan), Lubomir Michalik (FC Senec, undisclosed)
In: Zheng Zhi (Shandong Luneng, loan), Ben Thatcher (Manchester City, £500,000), Madjid Bougherra (Sheff Weds, £2.5m), Alexandre Song (Arsenal, loan)
Out: Djimi Traore (Portsmouth, £1m), Stephan Andersen (Brondby, undisclosed), Jonathan Fortune (Stoke, loan)
Out: Alcides (PSV Eindhoven, loan), James Simmonds (Cardiff, loan), Scott Sinclair (Plymouth, loan)
In: Manuel Fernandes (Benfica, loan)
Out: David Weir (Rangers, undisclosed), Simon Davies (Fulham, £2m)
In: Vincenzo Montella (Roma, loan), Clint Dempsey (New England Revolution, £2m), Simon Davies (Everton, £2m), Alexei Smertin (Dinamo Moscow, undisclosed), Alexei Smertin (Dinamo Moscow, undisclosed)
Out: Luis Boa Morte (West Ham, £5m), Niclas Jensen (FC Copenhagen, undisclosed)
In: Alvaro Arbeloa (Deportivo, £2.6m), Francisco Manuel Duran (Malaga), Emiliano Insua (Boca Juniors, loan), Daniele Padelli (Sampdoria, loan), Jordy Brouwer (Ajax, free)
Out: Darren Potter (Wolves, £250,000), Stephen Warnock (Blackburn, £1.5m), Salif Diao (Stoke, free)
In: Djamel Abdoun (Ajaccio, loan)
Out: Kelvin Etuhu (Rochdale, loan), Kasper Schmeichel (Falkirk, loan), Ben Thatcher (Charlton, £500,000), Joe Hart (Tranmere, loan), Claudio Reyna (New York Red Bulls, free), Matthew Mills (Colchester, loan)
In: Henrik Larsson (Helsingborgs, loan)
Out: Jonny Evans (Sunderland, loan), David Jones (Derby, £1m), Adam Eckersley (Barnsley, loan), Phil Bardsley (Aston Villa, loan), Giuseppe Rossi (Parma, loan), Danny Simpson (Sunderland, loan)
In: Lee Dong-Gook (Pohang Steelers, free)
Out: Kevin Burgess (Darlington, free), Ray Parlour (released), Ugo Ehiogu (Rangers, free)
In: Oguchi Onyewu (Standard Liege, loan)
In: Djimi Traore (Charlton, £1m), Arnold Mvuemba (Rennes, loan), Lauren (Arsenal, £500,000)
Out: Richard Duffy (Swansea, loan), Andy Griffin (Stoke, loan), Dean Kiely (West Brom, free)
In: Greg Halford (Colchester, undisclosed), Michael Duberry (Stoke, undisclosed), Mikkel Andersen (AB Copenhagen, undisclosed), Oliver Bozanic (Unattached, free), Alan Bennett (Cork City, undisclosed)
Out: Scott Golbourne (Wycombe, loan), Curtis Osano (Woking, work experience)
In: Matthew Kilgallon (Leeds, £1.75m), Jon Stead (Sunderland, £750,000), Luton Shelton (Helsingborgs, £2m), Mamadou Seck (Le Havre, free), Ahmed Fathi (Ismaily, £700,000)
Out: Ade Akinbiyi (Burnley, £750,000), David Unsworth (Wigan, free), Paul Ifill (Crystal Palace, £750,000), Neil Shipperley (released), Jordan Robertson (Northampton, loan), Steve Kabba (Watford, £500,000), Geoff Horsfield (Leicester, loan)
In: Adel Taarabt (Lens, loan), Ben Alnwick (Sunderland, £900,000), Ricardo Rocha (Benfica, £3.3m)
Out: Marton Fulop (Sunderland, £500,000), Calum Davenport (West Ham, £2m), Edgar Davids (Ajax, free), Reto Ziegler (Sampdoria, loan), Mark Yeates (Leicester)
In: Douglas Rinaldi (Veranopolis EC, loan), Cedric Avinel (Creteil, loan), Johan Cavalli (Istres, free), Gareth Williams (Leicester), Moses Ashikodi (Rangers, free), Will Hoskins, Lee Williamson (Both Rotherham, undisclosed fee), Steve Kabba (Sheffield United, £500,000)
Out: Matthew Spring (Luton, £200,000), Ashley Young (Aston Villa, £9.65m)
In: Matthew Upson (Birmingham, £6m rising to £7.5m), Luis Boa Morte (Fulham, £5m), Nigel Quashie (West Brom, £1.5m), Calum Davenport (Tottenham, £2m), Lucas Neill (Blackburn, £2.5m), Kepa Blanco (Sevilla, loan)
Out: Tyrone Mears (Derby, loan)
In: Andreas Granqvist (Helsingborgs, loan), Kristofer Haestad (IK Start, loan), David Unsworth (Sheffield United, free), Caleb Folan (Chesterfield, £500,000), Julius Aghahowa (Shakhtar Donetsk, undisclosed)
Out: Andy Webster (Rangers, loan), Mike Pollitt (Burnley, loan), David Wright (Ipswich, £200,000), Gary Teale (Derby, £600,000)
Most Active Club: Sheffield United – 5 players coming in, 5 players going out.
Biggest Transfer: Ashley Young – 9.65 mil – Watford to Aston Villa.
Most Money Spent (net): West Ham – 11 mil on Louis Boa Morte (from Fulham), Nigel Quashie (West Brom), Calum Davenport (Tottenham) and Lucas Neill (Blackburn).
Most Money Earned (net): Watford – less than 9 mil – sold Ashley Young for 9.65 m but bought a few players (for undisclosed fees).
Best Transfer (Soccerlens Pick): Lauren to Portsmouth – fantastic piece of business by Harry. Stokes is a close second, but he’s gone to the Championship, so doesn’t really count.
Worst Transfer (Soccerlens Pick):Traore – although Harry’s known to work miracles, so we’ll have to wait and see.
Best Transfer Strategy: Sunderland, for picking up Stokes for 2 mil and Evans on loan. Yes, I know they’re not in the Premiership, but picking up both Stokes and Evans is a stroke of genius, not to mention getting rid of Jon Stead. Keano, looking forward to seeing you in the Prem next season. West Ham have strengthened considerably as well, but they spent 11 mil to do so.