Here is a recap on all of them.
Premier League official transfers
Cenk Tosun (loan, from Everton to Crystal Palace)
Cenk Tosun moves to English club Crystal Palace on loan from Everton until the end of the season, it was announced on Friday.
“We are delighted to have secured Cenk’s services for the remainder of this season,” Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish said on the club’s website. “We have enjoyed a great first half of the campaign and Cenk’s arrival will bolster our squad as we push for a top-half Premier League finish. Cenk has a proven record as a goalscorer and we have admired him for some time, so I am very pleased to welcome him to Crystal Palace.”
The 28-year-old forward joined Everton from Turkish club Besiktas in January 2018 and scored 10 goals in 51 matches for Everton. He has already made his Crystal Palace debut in the Arsenal 1-1 draw, replacing the injured Max Meyer in the 68th minute.
Danny Drinkwater (loan, from Chelsea to Aston Villa)
Danny Drinkwater has joined Aston Villa on loan from Chelsea for the rest of the season in a bid to revive his flagging career, the Villa Park club announced. The 29-year-old midfielder, capped three times by England, moves to Villa after an unsuccessful loan spell with Burnley, for whom he made just two appearances since joining them at the beginning of the season.
Burnley decided against signing Drinkwater for the rest of the season after having him on an initial six-month loan, during which time he was the victim of an attack in a nightclub.
“Danny was a key member of Leicester City’s title-winning team and has represented England, so he is a vastly experienced player,” said Smith in a press-conference. “He will strengthen our squad significantly.” While, speaking to VillaTV, Drinkwater said: “I am massively excited, especially with it being a club as big as Villa. It is a pleasure to be here and hopefully I can hit the ground running.”
Ondrej Duda (loan, from Hertha to Norwich City)
Norwich City have signed midfielder Ondrej Duda on loan for the rest of the season. The 25-year-old arrives at Carrow Road from Hertha Berlin to try and help keep the Canaries in the Premier League. The Slovakia international was attracted to Norwich by head coach Daniel Farke while also jumping at the chance to get out of Hertha, where he had not played since early December.
He told the club’s official website: “I am going to do my best, but first of all, I need to get into match rhythm and we will see. I hope we are going to take some points, step-by-step. In the end, hopefully everyone will be happy. I spoke with the coach a few days ago about the possibility to come here and in the end, I decided I want to come here. I wanted to decide fast and right and I’m happy to be here.”
Go to page 2 for Serie A official transfers.