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Premier League Transfers January 2020

The Premier League has two transfer windows, the summer and winter windows. They allow clubs to sell and sign players to generate revenue or boost their squads. Popular sportsbooks like Betway allow punters to predict which players will join certain Premier League clubs. The January transfer window ended on January 31, 2020. Here are seven top Premier League transfers this window.

  1. Danny Drinkwater (Aston Villa)

Chelsea loaned Danny Drinkwater to Aston Villa for the rest of the season. He has immense experience on the pitch. For example, Danny led Leicester City to win the 2016 title. Dean Smith stated that Danny will strengthen his squad and raise his club’s current position on the standings table.

  1. Tyreece John-Jules (Arsenal)

The Gunners loaned Tyreece to Lincoln City for the rest of the campaign. He has played for Arsenal’s youth team for ten years and scored eight goals in that time. The 18-year-old footballer scored 16 goals in 30 appearances. Tyreece played his first senior game against AL-Nasr Dubai SC last year and scored a goal. He played in the Gunner’s games against Leeds United and Chelsea.

  1. Pablo Mari (Arsenal)

Pablo is a Spanish defender who played for Flamengo, until recently. He helped the Brazilian side win the Copa Libertadores and Brazilian Serie A. Pablo moved from Manchester City to Flamengo in July last year and made 22 appearances for it. The Spanish footballer started his career with RCD Mallorca. He played his first La Liga game when he was only 17 years old.

Mari moved to Gimnastic in 2013 and made more than 90 appearances in three seasons with Gimnastic. Edu, Arsenal’s technical director said that Pablo will strengthen the club’s defense line. Besides, it has monitored Pablo for several years. Arsenal fans can play Betway lucky numbers as they check the latest transfer news.

  1. Mikael Ndjoli (Bournemouth)

AFC Bournemouth loaned Mikael Ndjoli to Motherwell FC for six months. He has returned to Bournemouth playing for Gillingham for several months. Mikael understands Scottish football. He played for Rangers and Celtic in the 2018/2019 season.

  1. Josh Benson (Burnley)

Burnley loaned Josh to Grimsby Town for the rest of the season. Ian Holloway will need Josh’s attacking and tackling speed to raise the club’s league position. Burnley signed him from Arsenal in 2018.

  1. Cenk Tosun (Crystal Palace)

Everton loaned Cenk Tosun to Crystal Palace for the rest of the season. The Turkish forward has played for three soccer leagues in his 10-year football career. Cenk has presented Turkey in several international games including the Euro 2016. He scored 16 goals in 40 international matches.

  1. Christian N’Guessan (Burnley)

Burnley loaned Christian to Oldham Athletic for the rest of the season. He will help the second division club remain in the EFL. Christian might soon start playing in the first team. He moved from Blackpool to Burnley in July 2017. He has been in its first-eleven team for Burnley’s Under-23 team several times.

All soccer leagues have transfer windows. They sign new players and review their recent performance. Danny Drinkwater, Tyreece John-Jules. Pablo Mari and Mikael Ndjoli are some of the top Premier League transfers this year. Betway keeps soccer fans updated with the latest Premier League transfer news.

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