Steven Bergwijn to Tottenham, Tomas Soucek to West Ham: January transfer window 2020 deals

Steven Bergwijn to Tottenham, Tomas Soucek to West Ham: January transfer window 2020 deals
Steven Bergwijn to Tottenham, Tomas Soucek to West Ham: January transfer window 2020 deals

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Steven Bergwijn, from PSV to Tottenham Hotspur. The 22-year-old Dutch international forward has signed a five-and-a-half year deal subject to international clearance. AFP

Tomas Soucek, from Slavia Prague to West Ham for £13m. The 24-year-old midfielder has scored 10 goals this season. EPA

Christian Eriksen, from Tottenham Hotspur to Inter Milan was confirmed on January 28. The fee was reported to be in the region of £16.9m. AFP

Giovani Lo Celso, from Real Betis to Tottenham Hotspur. The Argentine's loan deal has been made permanent with a contract until 2025. Action Images via Reuters

Valentino Lazaro, from Inter Milan to Newcastle United on loan. The Austrian winger has won 28 international caps. Getty Images

Victor Moses, Chelsea to Inter Milan on loan. The winger joins up with former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and there's an option for a permanent deal at the end of the season. Getty Images

Alvaro Odriozola, Real Madrid to Bayern Munich on loan. EPA

Erling Haaland, Red Bull Salzburg to Borussia Dortmund for £19.2m. The prolific young striker took no time to settle in, scoring a 23-minute hat-trick on his Dortmund debut. dpa via AP

Takumi Minamino: Red Bull Salzburg to Liverpool for £7.3m. AFP

Duvan Zapata, Sampdoria to Atalanta for £17.9m. The striker was in his second season on loan at Atalanta and the club exercised the right to make the deal permanent as he continued to score regularly. Getty Images

Javier Hernandez, Sevilla to LA Galaxy for £7.2m. He will reportedly be the highest paid player in MLS. AP Photo

Dejan Kulusevski, Parma to Juventus for £30m. The Swedish midfielder will remain at Parma for the rest of the season. Reuters

Reinier Jesus, Flamengo to Real Madrid for £25.6m. The 18-year-old midfielder follows in the footsteps of other young Brazilians, such as Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior in moving to the Spanish giants. Reuters

Danny Drinkwater, Chelsea to Aston Villa on loan. The midfielder is looking to kick-start his Premier League career after a couple of underwhelming seasons. Getty Images

Patrick Cutrone, Wolves to Fiorentina on an 18-month loan. The Italian striker only joined Wolves in the summer for £16m but has moved on having scored just three goals. LaPresse via AP

Cenk Tosun, Everton to Crystal Palace on loan. The Turkish striker found opportunities hard to come by at Everton after a big-money move. PA Photo.

Asmir Begovic, Bournemouth to AC Milan on loan. The keeper had fallen down the pecking order at the Premier League club and spent a spell earlier this season on loan at Azerbaijani club Qarabag. EPA

Pepe Reina, AC Milan to Aston Villa on loan. Villa moved quickly to replace injured number one Tom Heaton and brought Spaniard Reina back for a second spell in the Premier League. He made 394 appearances for Liverpool. Reuters

Ignacio Pussetto, Udinese to Waford for £6.8m. Made an immediate impact by clearing the ball off the line to help his side gain a draw with Tottenham. Getty Images

Ashley Young, Manchester United to Inter Milan for £1.28m. Possibly the surprise move of the window. The veteran spent eight years at Old Trafford. EPA

Mbwana Samatta, Genk to Aston Villa for £10m. The Tanzanian striker will look to fire Villa to Premier League safety after Wesley was ruled out injured for the rest of the season. Reuters

Nabil Bentaleb, Schalke to Newcastle United on loan. The Algerian is a familiar face in the Premier League having previously been at Tottenham. Reuters

Gedson Fernandes, Benfica to Tottenham on loan for 18 months. The young midfielder is Jose Mourinho's first signing since joining the club. Reuters

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