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Deadline roundup: Newcastle & Crystal Palace seal late deals, Klopp and co. miss out & why Aubameyang’s transfer is delayed

 

In this piece, we will take a look at some of the more high-profile last-minute transfers to have been pushed over the line (and those yet to be completed) ahead of the English transfer deadline.

First up comes the late efforts of the board at Crystal Palace to add to Patrick Vieira’s squad.

As confirmed in a series of posts across the club’s social media platforms late on Monday night, the Eagles have sealed deals for both Luke Plange and Jean-Philippe Mateta.

Teenage hitman Plange has linked up with Palace on a permanent basis, but sealed an immediate return to Derby County for the remainder of the season:

Fellow striker Mateta, meanwhile, after making the move to Selhurst Park on loan in January of 2021, has now seen his status as a Palace player made permanent:

Also active in the buildup to the deadline, meanwhile, were Newcastle United.

The newly-minted Magpies have of course enjoyed a January window to remember, sealing deals for all of Kieran Trippier, Chris Wood, Bruno Guimaraes and Matt Targett.

And now, a further name has been added to this list, in the form of Brighton stopper Dan Burn, who has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal at St. James’ Park:

Brighton & Hove Albion too found themselves as buyers at the deadline, adding to the addition of hitman Deniz Undav with a 2nd late arrival, in the form of wide-man Benicio Baker-Boaitey:

Elsewhere, when it comes departures from the Premier League, Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell has opted for a return to the Championship, linking up with promotion-chasing Bournemouth on loan for the 2nd half of the season:

Carvalho misses out/Auba on track

Turning attentions towards those deals which were not technically made official before the clock struck 11 in the United Kingdom on Monday, it is understood that Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli’s move to Everton remains very much on.

This comes with a deal sheet having been submitted before the deadline:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s move from Arsenal to Barcelona also appears to be on track, despite having not yet been announced by the two clubs.

This comes amid the understanding that the latter have little intention of unveiling the Gabonese as their latest signing until Tuesday, with Arsenal still formalising the termination of his contract:

One last-minute transfer which ultimately collapsed on Monday night, however, comes in the form of Liverpool’s swoop for youngster Fabio Carvalho.

As confirmed by a host of sources, despite Carvalho having completed a medical in a last-gasp effort to seal a winter move to Anfield, Liverpool and Fulham ultimately failed to sign off on the necessary paperwork in time.

There remains optimism, though, that a deal for the English youth international will be found with a view to the summer window:

 

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Deadline roundup: Newcastle & Crystal Palace seal late deals, Klopp and co. miss out & why Aubameyang’s transfer is delayed

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Deadline roundup: Newcastle & Crystal Palace seal late deals, Klopp and co. miss out & why Aubameyang’s transfer is delayed

 

In this piece, we will take a look at some of the more high-profile last-minute transfers to have been pushed over the line (and those yet to be completed) ahead of the English transfer deadline.

First up comes the late efforts of the board at Crystal Palace to add to Patrick Vieira’s squad.

As confirmed in a series of posts across the club’s social media platforms late on Monday night, the Eagles have sealed deals for both Luke Plange and Jean-Philippe Mateta.

Teenage hitman Plange has linked up with Palace on a permanent basis, but sealed an immediate return to Derby County for the remainder of the season:

Fellow striker Mateta, meanwhile, after making the move to Selhurst Park on loan in January of 2021, has now seen his status as a Palace player made permanent:

Also active in the buildup to the deadline, meanwhile, were Newcastle United.

The newly-minted Magpies have of course enjoyed a January window to remember, sealing deals for all of Kieran Trippier, Chris Wood, Bruno Guimaraes and Matt Targett.

And now, a further name has been added to this list, in the form of Brighton stopper Dan Burn, who has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal at St. James’ Park:

Brighton & Hove Albion too found themselves as buyers at the deadline, adding to the addition of hitman Deniz Undav with a 2nd late arrival, in the form of wide-man Benicio Baker-Boaitey:

Elsewhere, when it comes departures from the Premier League, Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell has opted for a return to the Championship, linking up with promotion-chasing Bournemouth on loan for the 2nd half of the season:

Carvalho misses out/Auba on track

Turning attentions towards those deals which were not technically made official before the clock struck 11 in the United Kingdom on Monday, it is understood that Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli’s move to Everton remains very much on.

This comes with a deal sheet having been submitted before the deadline:

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s move from Arsenal to Barcelona also appears to be on track, despite having not yet been announced by the two clubs.

This comes amid the understanding that the latter have little intention of unveiling the Gabonese as their latest signing until Tuesday, with Arsenal still formalising the termination of his contract:

One last-minute transfer which ultimately collapsed on Monday night, however, comes in the form of Liverpool’s swoop for youngster Fabio Carvalho.

As confirmed by a host of sources, despite Carvalho having completed a medical in a last-gasp effort to seal a winter move to Anfield, Liverpool and Fulham ultimately failed to sign off on the necessary paperwork in time.

There remains optimism, though, that a deal for the English youth international will be found with a view to the summer window:

 

Loan details: Rangers continue impressive recruitment drive as Aaron Ramsey signing confirmed

Official: Brighton add to attacking ranks with deadline day swoop

 

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