Final Day Of 2014 Transfer Window Round-Up


We will be updating this post with all the latest transfer news until the window closes, with links to more in-depth news as well.

Be sure to let us know what you think of these transfers in the comments below.

– Danny Welbeck was seen at Arsenal and is expected to be undergoing a medical exam, it is speculated that a £16 million move has been agreed upon as Arsenal are in dire need of a goal scorer with Olivier Giroud out until next year.

– Ajax star Daley Blind heading to Old Trafford for £14 million and four-years, sure the pressure for Louis van Gaal to deliver a champion contending team is much higher than before the season started.

– John Guidetti from Manchester City seems ready for another loan with a number of Serie A teams interested, Guidetti has failed to make an impact with the defending Premier League Champions.

– Tottenham Hotspur reportedly interested in signing Manchester United’s Danny Welbeck, who was told by Louis van Gaal to leave at the beginning of the season.

– Abel Hernandez set to join Hull City for a record setting deal for Hull, Hernandez signed a three-year deal with a 12 month option for £10 million and should be able to make an immediate impact with Hull.

– Radamel Falcao joins Manchester United on season-long loan deal for a reported £300,000 a week after a long and difficult transfer window for Falcao.

– Swansea City sign 21 year-old Modou Barrow, Swansea are looking to strengthen their team as the Swans have had a great beginning to their 2014-2015 season.

– Marco van Ginkel following fellow Chelsea player Fernando Torres to AC Milan as the midfielder is set to close on a season-long loan.

– Burnley sign George Boyd from their rivals at Hull City, making him Burnley’s ninth signing.

– James McArthur is set to join Crystal Palace for a club record of £7m and will be expected to play a large role in Palace’s midfield.

– Karim El Ahmadi is heading to Feyenoord after two years with Aston Villa

– Everton’s Shane Duffy is heading to Blackburn Rovers.

– Sunderland set to sign Ricky Alvarez from Inter Milan for one-year deal.

– Norwich City waiting on international clearance to sign 25 year-old Belgium, Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe for three-years with option for 12 month extension.

– Cardiff City sign 26 year-old Bruno Ecuele Manga from French club FC Lorient for £5m.

12 thoughts on “Final Day Of 2014 Transfer Window Round-Up”

  1. “Falcao will be paid £200k per week at Manchester United, however even if he were to receive £350k a week, and United were to make no further sales, they could still theoretically spend another £2.2m per week in wages and pay further transfer fees of £170m in this window and remain within the bounds of Financial Fair Play, such are their revenue streams.”
    Monaco will be paying the other 150K.
    That’s a brilliant piece of business right there. Getting one Europe’s best Strikers on a loan and Monaco will be paying a hefty sum of his wages.
    I feel bad for RVP because he’s most likely the odd man out and with the rumors of his injury being 4-6 months.
    We’ve made 3 additions to our midfield and Defense which I’ll take.
    Disappointed no other CB was signed.
    I hope Monaco recover though. Sad to see the club falling apart like that.
    I’d grade the window a 6/10

  2. Welbeck to Arsenal? This doesn’t make any sense… of all the options that have come and gone, this seems like a significant step backwards. Disappointing news.

  3. Bayern with a typically solid window have been under estimated.
    Lewy will be massive in the Champions League along with Super Mario.
    I’d love a rematch with Chelsea this year.
    Mia San Mia

  4. This is a legit question but why should I keep following soccer?

    I’ve been a Spurs fan for years, but admittedly as an American it wasn’t a fandom born from holistic roots.

    Over the past 6 or so years my favorite players


    Now some of these players were shit but that whole group of players are gone. Best case scenario is some of the current players break out and leave next Summer or the one after. That’s BEST case.

    I know players have always come and gone but the speed in which non-top 10 clubs are torn apart is insane.

    1. I wouldn’t exactly say they’ve been torn apart. A lot of these players have been sold at the clubs discretion. To imply that big clubs have come in for all these players isn’t correct.

  5. Well done NBC again with their deadline day special. All those complaining about no Sky Sports News. The last hour and then all the post deadline stuff is where the drama’s at. The only improvement for next time would be to start the show at 5 not 6 to get that last hour.

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