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Football: Major January transfers in Europe


Inter Milan’s Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen runs with the ball during the Italian Cup (Coppa Italia) round of 8 football match Inter Milan vs Fiorentina on January 29, 2020 at the San Siro stadium in Milan. (Photo by Miguel MEDINA / AFP)

Major winter moves in continental Europe’s leading leagues after the January transfer window closed on Friday — most fees given are estimates based on press reports:

Francisco Trincao (POR) to Barcelona from SC Braga/POR for 31 million euros ($34.3 million) — will join in July

Reinier Jesus (BRA) to Real Madrid from Flamengo/BRA for 30 million euros


Paco Alcacer (ESP) to Villarreal from Borussia Dortmund/GER for 23 million euros

Raul de Tomas (ESP) to Espanyol from Benfica/POR for 22.5 million euros

Youssef En-Nesyri (MAR) to Sevilla from Leganes for 20 million euros

Hatem Ben Arfa (FRA) to Real Valladolid, free agent

Carles Alena (ESP) to Real Betis from Barcelona on loan

Yannick Carrasco (BEL) to Atletico Madrid from Dalian Yifang/CHN on loan

Suso (ESP) to Sevilla from AC Milan/ITA on loan

Krzysztof Piatek (POL) to Hertha Berlin from AC Milan/ITA for 27 million euros

Lucas Tousart (FRA) to Hertha Berlin from Lyon/FRA for 25 million euros (loaned back to Lyon until end of the season)

Dani Olmo (ESP) to RB Leipzig from Dinamo Zagreb/CRO for 20 million euros

Erling Braut Haaland (NOR) to Borussia Dortmund from RB Salzburg (AUT) for 20 million euros

Edmond Tapsoba (BUR) to Bayer Leverkusen from Vitoria Guimaraes/POR for 18 million euros

Exequiel Palacios (ARG) to Bayer Leverkusen from River Plate/ARG for 17 million euros

Munas Dabbur (ISR) to Hoffenheim from Sevilla/ESP for 12 million euros

Alvaro Odriozola (ESP) to Bayern Munich from Real Madrid/ESP on loan

Angelino (ESP) to RB Leipzig from Manchester City/ENG on loan

Alexander Nuebel (GER) to Bayern Munich from Schalke 04 on free transfer — will move at end of season

Emre Can (GER) to Borussia Dortmund from Juventus/ITA on loan with an option for a permanent deal

Dejan Kulusevski (SWE) to Juventus from Atalanta for 35 million euros — will finish the season on loan at Parma

Stanislav Lobotka (SVK) to Napoli from Celta Vigo/ESP for 25 million euros

Christian Eriksen (DEN) to Inter Milan from Tottenham Hotspur/ENG for 20 million euros

Diego Demme (GER) to Napoli from RB Leipzig/GER for 15 million euros

Ashley Young (ENG) to Inter Milan from Manchester United/ENG for 1.5 million euros

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (SWE) to AC Milan on free

Victor Moses (NGR) to Inter Milan from Chelsea/ENG on loan

Simon Kjaer (DEN) to AC Milan from Sevilla/ESP on loan

Patrick Cutrone (ITA) to Fiorentina from Wolverhampton Wanderers/ENG on a two-year loan with an obligation to buy

Carles Perez (ESP) to Roma from Barcelona/ESP on loan

Bruno Guimaraes (BRA) to Lyon from Athletico Paranaense/BRA for 20 million euros

Aurelien Tchouameni (FRA) to Monaco from Bordeaux for 20 million euros

Youssouf Fofana (FRA) to Monaco from Strasbourg for 15 million euros

Tino Kadewere (ZIM) to Lyon from Le Havre for 14 million euros — loaned back to Le Havre until end of season

Strahinja Pavlovic (SRB) to Monaco from Partizan Belgrade/SRB for 10 million euros — loaned back to Partizan until end of season

Remi Oudin (FRA) to Bordeaux from Reims for 10 million euros

Nicolas Gaitan (ARG) to Lille from Chicago Fire/USA on free

Steven Nzonzi (FRA) to Rennes from Roma/ITA on loan

Moussa Wague (SEN) to Nice from Barcelona/ESP on loan

Julian Weigl (GER) to Benfica/POR from Borussia Dortmund/GER for 20 million euros

Ryan Babel (NED) to Ajax/NED from Galatasaray/TUR on loan

Marcos Rojo (ARG) to Estudiantes/ARG from Manchester United/ENG on loan

Javier Hernandez (MEX) to Los Angeles Galaxy/USA from Sevilla/ESP — undisclosed


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