Transfer Window Action

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Wesley Sneidjer (Courtesy: teamtalk.com)

As your one-stop-source to all things football, TKTG brings you the best links so that you can catch up on all the moves as they happened along with the stories behind the moves.

Let’s get things started with a list of the major moves so far (in no particular order):

– Wesley Sneijder (Inter Milan to Galastaray – £8.4 million*)
– Nuri Sahin (Real Madrid to Borussia Dortmund – Loan)
– Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace to Manchester United – £10million+£5 million, will join in the summer)
– Loic Remy (Marseille to Queens Park Rangers – £8 million*)
– Daniel Sturridge (Chelsea to Liverpool – £12 million*)
– Demba Ba (Newcastle to Chelsea – £7 million*)
– Joe Cole (Liverpool to West Ham – Free)
– Diego Lopez (Sevilla to Real Madrid – €3.5 million*)
– Fernando Llorente (Athletic Bilbao to Juventus – Free, will join in the summer)
– Yann M’Vila (Rennes to Rubin Kazan – £9.6 million*)
– Nicolas Anelka (Shanghai Shenhua to Juventus – Loan)
– Moussa Sissoko (Toulouse to Newcastle United – £2.5 million)
– Didier Drogba (Shanghai Shenhua to Galatasaray – unknown)
– David Beckham (Paris St Germain – Free)
– Nacho Monreal (Malaga to Arsenal – £10 million*)
– Mario Balotelli (Manchester City to AC Milan – £19 million)
– Chris Samba (Anzhi Makhachkala to Queen Park Rangers – £12.5 million)
– Danny Graham (Swansea to Sunderland – £5 million)
– Lucas Moura (Tigre to Paris St Germain – €43 million, deal was struck in the summer)

* Fee unconfirmed

Two recommended places to catch up on all the transfer news are BBC Sport’s Transfers section (for all British transfers) and Soccernet’s Transfer Centre (Europe-wide transfer updates). After the window closed, Phil McNulty analyzed the Ins & Outs at all 20 EPL clubs here.

For comparing transfer fees between managers and clubs for the English Premiership and the Championship visit The Transfer League which shows which club spends the most per season. You can compare eras such as 2003 to date or the Managers table.

While football supporters around the world bit their nails in anticipation of potentially season-changing arrivals and book-balancing departures, we looked at F365’s list of Top 10 Transfers we’d like to see as well as a collection of lesser-known targets, put together by Sky Sports.

How do you feel about the moves? Did you club do enough to strengthen its squad? Do share your thoughts with us. You can also interact with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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