The transfer window is closed and most European football clubs are unable to make any moves until the summer. It was the last working day with a number of unexpected players joining surprise clubs, meaning there were a number of winners and losers in their performances, and some were kept in place even if they wanted to move on. Enzo Fernandez, Jorginho, Esco, Marcel Sabitzer And Milan Skriniar Few had comparable fortunes on January 31.

Here’s a look at some of the winners and losers:

Winner: Enzo Fernandez b Chelsea

The transfer saga of this January window Argentina International is gaining momentum after the month. The two clubs reached an agreement at the last minute and the 22-year-old completed a good summer’s spending, even by Chelsea’s new standards. Fernandez leaves a huge hole for the Portuguese giants, but brings the biggest fee that can be renewed in the future. Now South American Graham Potter is set to go to work as he tries to rebuild the Blues midfield with the recent signing.

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Loser: Doctor’s An incomplete trip to PSG

It seemed like it was Morocco International will be the winner but the trip to the Parc Des Princes to join Paris Saint-Germain have been hit hard by reports that documents have not been submitted on time due to paperwork on Chelsea’s end. France’s professional league has now confirmed that the switch was incorrect. Ziyech has become a bit more of a forgotten man with each new arrival like Mudryk and the like Joao Felix Arrived at Stamford Bridge. A move would give him a new lease on life, but he now has to stay in London until at least this summer. There’s no doubt that he played a role in Ziyech’s 29-goal haul at the FIFA 2022 World Cup, but the French champions are in desperate need of a creative injection. The new defender was an exciting opportunity, not quite what PSG wanted, but where he was needed.

Loser: Milan Skrinieri will stay at Inter until the summer

Which now brings us to one of the main underdogs to watch this season with Inter Milan. Skriniar agreed to PSG as a free agent in the summer but both will have to do without him until then, which is not good news for the rest of the season. The Ligue 1 leaders are in need of fresh defensive blood due to their current struggles and Skriniar is desperate to leave as soon as possible, but now he has to give it his all at the Nerazzurri’s convenience.

Winner: Marcel Sabitzer to Manchester United

Few have predicted such a move, but the damage is not timely Christian Erickson He offered an opportunity United Raised to increase quality stop solution with Denmark Star now until the end of the season. A non-essential figure at Bayern Munich, Sabitzer’s future has been more or less the subject of speculation since his arrival. RB Leipzig And this switch is now an opportunity to remind people of its quality. Expect Erik ten Hague to look something close to the genius he was for Leipzig.

Winner: Jorginho to Arsenal

At the end of last week, Arsenal is expected to spend a lot to land Brighton Moses Caicido Christmas Ecuador International found him stuck with Seagull a few days later. After the gunners refused to be drawn into the Caicido bidding war, they took the same practical approach Mykhailo Mudryk Join Chelsea and go Leandro Trossard And Jacob Kiwier Instead. Mike Arteta’s men have secured three quality additions for Mudric and Caicido at a clean price. Jorginho can be a Premier League champion.

Loser: Isco and Union Berlin are separated.

For a brief moment, it looked like Union Berlin would pull off something of a coup with the Spaniard. Josip JuranovicJerome Roussillon and Isa Laiduni At the Stadion an der Altern Forestry. However, the treatment process was problematic and the action quickly fell apart for the former 30-year-old Real Madrid And Sevilla A man without a club. The Germans will be good and well-equipped for their battle at the top of the Bundesliga, but there is no guarantee that Isco will find a new club anytime soon, and there are now major questions over his fitness.

Loser: Moises Caicedo is not making a big move from Brighton.

The Ecuador international overplayed his hand and Arsenal were burnt by his asking price at Brighton. Having been separated from the first team as the transfer window passed, Caicedo now faces a difficult task in regaining the trust of his manager, teammates and Segal fans. Given his high price, prospective suitors will be wary of this class before trying to sign the 21-year-old this summer — assuming his form returns.

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