JANUARY TRANSFERS - ENGLAND PREMIER LEAGUE

Alexis Sanchez has agreed to personal terms with Manchester United today.

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Ross Barkley, new Chelsea signing from Everton

JANUARY TRANSFERS - ENGLAND PREMIER LEAGUE

Premier League transfers - January 2018 transfer window

The January transfer window opened on January 1, 2018 and will close on January 31 at 11pm GMT, and blog.LiveFootballTickets.com will list all the signings and deals made by the EPL clubs. The Premier League rules state that a club must register all players before midday the working day before the match in which they wish him to play. Because there are Premier League matches on January 31 and February 1, at the end of the window, clubs playing on January 31 have until midday of the day before (30 January) to register a player to feature in matches on the 31st. Clubs in action on February 1 must register any new signings by midday on January 31 for them to play. As with previous windows, the deadline to bring in players on January 31 is 11pm GMT. Clubs can complete transfers of players after 11pm, only if they have submitted a deal sheet before the deadline.

Here are all the signed, sealed and delivered transfers in January to date as of January 12, 2018. Expect plenty more transfers to be done with the clock ticking down to Deadline Day on January 31.

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Konstantinos Mavrapanos, new signing for Arsenal

Arsenal

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Home Ground: Emirates Stadium

Nickname: Gunners

OwnerArsenal Holdings

ManagerArsène Wenger

Location: Highbury, London, United Kingdom

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Konstantinos Mavrapanos - Arsenal – undisclosed

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Francis Coquelin - Valencia - £12m

Stephy Mavididi - Charlton - Loan

AFC Bournemouth

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ManagerEddie Howe

NicknameThe Cherries

Home GroundDean Court

LocationBournemouth, Dorset, United Kingdom

Parent organizationAFCB Enterprises Ltd.

N/A

Brighton

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Burnley

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Home Ground: Falmer Stadium

ManagerChris Hughton

NicknameThe Seagulls

LocationBrighton and Hove, United Kingdom

IN

Georges-Kevin N'Koudou - Tottenham - loan

OUT

Luke Hendrie - Shrewsbury - Undisclosed

Jimmy Dunne - Accrington - Loan

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Ross Barkley, new Chelsea signing from Everton

Chelsea

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Home Ground: Stamford Bridge

ManagerAntonio Conte

Parent organizationsChelsea F.C.Fordstam Ltd

LocationLondon, United KingdomChelsea, London, United Kingdom

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Ross Barkley - Everton - £15m

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Diego Costa - Atletico Madrid - undisclosed

Jake Clarke-Salter - Sunderland - Loan

Ike Ugbo - MK Dons - Loan

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ManagerRoy Hodgson

Home Ground: Selhurst Park

DirectorJoshua Harris

Location: Selhurst, London, United Kingdom

OwnersSteve ParishJoshua HarrisDavid S. Blitzer

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Cenk Tosun, new Everton signing

Everton

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ManagerSam Allardyce

Home Ground: Goodison Park

LocationLiverpool, United Kingdom

NicknamesThe Dogs of War, The Blues, The Toffeemen 

IN: Cenk Tosun - Besiktas - £27m

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Ross Barkley - Chelsea - £15m

Gethin Jones - Fleetwood - Loan

Liam Walsh - Bristol City - £1m

Kevin Mirallas - Olympiacos - Undisclosed

Harry Charsley - Bolton - Loan

Huddersfield

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Terence Kongolo - Monaco - loan

Alex Pritchard - Norwich City - £11m

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Adrien Silva, new signing for Leicester City

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Adrien Silva - Sporting Lisbon - £22m

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New Liverpool signing Virgil van Dijk

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Virgil van Dijk - Southampton - £75m

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Philippe Coutinho - Barcelona - £142million

Cameron Brannagan - Oxford - Undisclosed

Matty Virtue - Notts County - Loan

Corey Whelan - Yeovil – Loan

Manchester City

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Chidi Nwakali - Aberdeen - Loan

Shay Facey - Northampton - Undisclosed

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James Wilson - Sheffield United - Loan

Demetri Mitchell - Hearts - Loan

Newcastle United

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Ivan Toney - Scunthorpe - Loan

Adam Armstrong - Blackburn - Loan

Southampton

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Virgil van Dijk - Liverpool - £75m

Marcus Barnes - Yeovil - Loan

Stoke City

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Moritz Bauer - Rubin Kazan - Undisclosed

Swansea City

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Tottenham Hotspur

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Georges-Kevin N'Koudou - Burnley - loan

Watford

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West Brom

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Kane Wilson - Exeter - Loan

West Ham United

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Ross Barkley, new Chelsea signing from Everton

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Premier League leaders Manchester City could face fourth-tier Mansfield if the Stags win their replay with Cardiff. Jurgan Klopp’s Liverpool host West Brom and Watford travel to Southampton. League Two sides Yeovil Town and Newport County were rewarded for their wins in the third-round with home draws against Premier League sides Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur to the delight of their fans.Man Utd boss José Mourinho will take his side to Somerset to face manager Darren Way’s team who are currently 21st in the fourth tier and the lowest-ranked team left in the competition. United faced Yeovil in the third round in 2015, winning 2-0 at Huish Park. 

Two of the Premier League’s Big Six titan football clubs will be traveling to League Two grounds in the FA Cup fourth round. Liverpool will play host to West Brom, mighty EPL first place side Manchester City visit Cardiff or Mansfield, and Notts County will  host either Wolves or Swansea after their replay. Yeovil Town fans will no doubt be there to support their side battle giant club Man United in the 4th round of the 2018 FA Cup. Yeovil and Newport were drawn against elite opposition in the fourth roundLeague Two sides Yeovil Town and Newport County were rewarded for their wins in the third-round with home draws against Premier League sides Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur to the delight of their fans. The two other League Two sides to have earned a fourth-round spot – Notts County and Coventry City – earned surprising draws. Kevin Nolan’s County will host either Wolves or Swansea, but Mark Robins’ side drew a trip to MK Dons after eliminating Stoke. 

Newport County shocked Championship side Leeds on Sunday, to face eight-time FA Cup winners Tottenham Hotspur at Rodney Parade. The two sides have not met competitively since a third-round clash in January 1960. Chelsea will play Newcastle if they defeat Norwich in their third-round replay, and Nottingham Forest will visit Hull City after they put holders Arsenal out in the 3rd round for the first time in years. Brighton travel north to Tony Pulis’s Middlesbrough after their victory over Crystal Palace on Monday evening. 

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Bournemouth or Wigan v Shrewsbury or West Ham

Hull v Nottingham Forest

Sheffield United v Preston

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HARRY KANE WINS PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD

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Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane poses with the EA SPORTS Player of the Month Award for September 2017.

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England Premier League Week 2 tickets, fixtures, results

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Premier League table leaders Manchester United will open Week 2 of the 2017-18 campaign with a trip to face Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium in Saturday's early kick-off. Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho will hope to see his side follow their 4-0 throttling of West Ham United with another victory against the Swans, as Mourinho’s former club Chelsea play a derby against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The Blues recently lost the 2017 FA Community Shield to Arsenal at Wembley Stadium and will return to Wembley again as they look to beat Tottenham at their temporary home venue while their new stadium is being built. Arsenal travel to Stoke City on Saturday hoping for a win after their 4-3 defeat of Leicester City in Week 1, while Liverpool and Manchester City face Crystal Palace and Everton at home, respectively.

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Burnley v West Bromwich Albion, 3 p.m. BST/10 a.m. ET 

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PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOAL SCORERS: HARRY KANE

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PREMIER LEAGUE TOP GOAL SCORERS: HARRY KANE

Premier League 2016 - 2017 Top Goal Scorers: Harry Kane

This season Harry Kane, Tottenham Hotspur; Romelu Lukaku, Everton; Alexis Sanchez, Arsenal; Diego Costa, Chelsea; Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester United; Jermain Defoe, Sunderland; Dele Ali, Tottenham Hotspur; Kun Aguero, Manchester City; Sadio Mane, Liverpool; and Eden Hazard, Chelsea are the top 10 goal scorers to date in the England Premier League. Tottenham’s top goal scorer this season to date is Englishman Harry Kane. After Matchweek 27’s Round of EPL fixtures, Chelsea is in first place on the 2016-17 England Premier League Table. Tottenham Hotspur is in second, Manchester City is in third, Liverpool is in fourth, Arsenal is in fifth, Manchester United in in sixth, and Everton is in seventh.

Tottenham 3-2 Everton

Spurs goals: Harry Kane 20, Harry Kane 56, Dele Alli 90 +1:46

Everton goals: Romelu Lukaku 81, Enner Valencia 90 +2:56

An Everton team that arrived at White Hart Lane unbeaten in nine Premier League games, with five clean sheets in the last seven, left in defeat with Harry Kane being a key in their loss. Harry Kane’s opening goal at 20 minutes paved the way for one the Spurs best spells of the season. The second half started just as well as Harry finished clinically for 2-0. With 10 minutes left, Romelu Lukaku pulled a goal back. Dele Alli made it safe at 3-1 on 92 minutes before Enner Valencia pulled another goal back seconds later, but Spurs had another massive three points in the bag.

Tottenham Hotspur superstar striker Harry Kane outplayed Everton’s Lukaku to lay claim to being the current Premier League's sharpest striker, scoring a brace in the Spur’s 3-2 victory against Everton on Sunday. Deli Ali scored the late winner for Tottenham. Kane claimed top spot on the EPL goal scoring charts, while manager Mauricio Pochetino’s Tottenham Hotspur side fortified their hold on second place in the standings and put pressure on leaders Chelseea with a ninth successive  league win at home, moving to within seven points of league leaders The Blues. Despite missing 10 games of the campaign due to injury, Kane has amassed 24 goals in all competitions in the 2016-17 season — only four goals behind his haul last season with more than two months remaining to add to his goal tally. Kane had already sent Tottenham into a two-goal lead, including a spectacular long-range dipping strike, when Romelu Lukaku finally managed his first attempt on target in the 81th minute. Enner Valencia scored Everton’s second goal.

Squads

Tottenham Hotspur

Lloris, Dier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Walker, Wanyama, Dembele, Davies, Eriksen, Alli, Kane. Subs: Son, Janssen, Vorm, Trippier, Sissoko, Wimmer, Winks.

Everton

Robles, Coleman, Ashley Williams, Funes Mori, Baines, Barry, Gana, Schneiderlin, Davies, Barkley, Lukaku. Subs: Jagielka, Mirallas, McCarthy, Valencia, Stekelenburg, Holgate, Lookman.

Referee: Michael Oliver

Soon White Hart Lane will be rebuilt, and the Spurs are treating fans to great memories of their last matches as Tottenham delivered their ninth straight Premier League victory at the old stadium that has been their home since 1899. The Spurs plan is to vacate White Hart Lane for the entire next season before they return to a rebuilt 61,000-seat stadium in 2018-19.

Mauricio Pochettino’s players are on a massive roll that it feels as though visiting teams are forced to play against Pochettino’s 3-4-2-1 system. Romelu Lukaku’s late goal threatened an Everton revival but Dele Alli’s stoppage-time goal turned the tide. Pochettino’s was obviously thrilled with Tottenham’s result that keeps them on the heels of the league leaders, Chelsea.

Kane began the game with three hat-tricks since the start of the year. He was denied in two attempts by the goalkeeper Joel Robles, with the second on 82 minutes a great opportunity. However Kane managed to defeat Robles in his next attempts and scored twice. The 23-year-old is now the outright top scorer in the league this season, with 19 goals, one more than Lukaku, and he has 24 in all competitions.

Tottenham policed Lukaku diligently, with Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen keeping the prolific striker to only one goal.However Lukaku managed to race through to send a low shot past Hugo Lloris giving the Spurs a scare. Then Alli’s goal put the result beyond doubt. Valencia had the last word, when he converted from Séamus Coleman’s free-kick. But Italian Pochettino’s team had done already done enough to earn three points.

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino was pleased with the win and three points added to their tally. The Italian also commented on Hugo Lloris’s 200th appearance for the Spurs. Lloris has been one of the best keepers in the EPL this season, conceding a league-best 17 goals, with 23 clean sheets. The French international is a key reason why the Spurs have the best defensive record in the league and are undefeated this season at White Hart Lane.

“We played with a lot of confidence, always knowing what we needed to do in every moment and that was fantastic,” said Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino. “The team showed big confidence and that’s important for us because now we’re at the most important period with the Premier League and FA Cup and we have that consistency and that belief. Overall, it was a very good win, a fantastic performance. Okay, in the end we’re a little disappointed to concede the last goal. The first can happen, the second when the game was over after Dele scored, I’m a little disappointed because we showed a lack of concentration and that can’t happen again, but without that, we played very well. We played a fantastic first half and the second half we dominated and played with good quality and a high tempo. I’m very pleased for everyone and we have to keep going.”


“Everton was a very difficult opponent, we knew that,” continued Pochettino. “We played much, much better and if you see the score, 3-2, maybe that’s not fair because that makes it look like a very competitive game but we deserved more. Sometimes that happens. The most important thing for us was to get the three points, important to keep our position in the table fighting for the highest position and to be there if Chelsea fail.”


“It’s amazing for him and I congratulate him. Hugo is a great professional, a great goalkeeper and it’s fantastic for him," added Pochettino about Spurs captain and No. 1 goalie Hugo Lloris.

HARRY KANE

Club: Tottenham Hotspur, England National Team
Number: #10 (Spurs); #19 England 
Born: July 28, 1993
Age: 23  
Place of Birth: Waithamstow, London Borough of Waltham Forest 
Nationality: England  
Height: 6’2” 
Weight; 188 lbs 
Position (s): Forward 
Foot: Right 
Manager: Mauricio Pochetino  
Stadium: White Hart Lane
Training Ground: Enfield Training Centre   
Owner: ENIC Group
Location: London, UK  
Nicknames: Spurs, Lilywhites  
Leagues: Premier League

History

Kane made his senior debut for Tottenham on 25 August 2011 in a UEFA Europa League match against Hearts. Before establishing himself in Tottenham's first team, he spent time on loan in League One playing for Leyton Orient, in the Championship playing for Millwall and Leicester City and in the Premier League for Norwich City. He became a regular starter and goalscorer for Tottenham in the 2014–15 season, winning the Premier League Player of the Month award twice, for January and February 2015. With 31 goals across the campaign, 21 of which were in the league, he was also named the PFA Young Player of the Year. Kane finished top scorer of the 2015–16 Premier League season with 25 goals, and aided Tottenham in qualifying for the 2016-17 UEFA Champions League. Kane represents England as a striker in International football. He scored on his senior international debut on 27 March 2015 and was selected for UEFA Euro 2016.
Honors: Millwall Young Player of the Season: 2011–12; Premier League Player of the Month: January 2015, February 2015, March 2016; Goal of the Month (England): January 2015; Premier League PFA Team of the Year2014–152015–16; PFA Young Player of the Year: 2014–15; Premier League Golden Boot2015–16.

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