January transfer window power rankings: Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool’s signings ranked

We take a look at how each Premier League club has fared in this transfer window

Tom Kershaw
Saturday 01 February 2020 00:00
January transfer window 2020 round-up

With the January transfer window now closed, Premier League must now be satisfied with their lot.

Manchester United finally confirmed the initial £46m signing of Bruno Fernandes, after a spell of negotiations going back over six months, and completed with an entire menu of add-ons. They then added Odion Ighalo in a suprise loan move from Shanghai Shenhua before Friday's deadline. Tottenham eventually cut Christian Eriksen loose, managing to recoup £17m from Inter Milan for the playmaker, while Steven Bergwijn and Gedson Fernandes arrived to plug the gaps in Jose Mourinho’s injury-hit side.

Sheffield United broke their transfer record to sign Norwegian international Sander Berge from Genk, while West Ham have seemingly swooped in to beat Crystal Palace to Championship standout Jarred Bowen.

But it’s Newcastle who attempted the most audacious deadline day move, bidding £45m for Lille midfielder Boubakary Soumaré, who’s been linked with both Real Madrid and Chelsea.

But who has fared best? Check out the gallery below to see the Premier League transfer window ranked and rated:

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