NEWS Transfer deadline day winners, losers: Chelsea land Enzo Fernandes, PSG and Ziyech stagnate, Arsenal’s Jorginho

Transfer deadline day winners, losers: Chelsea land Enzo Fernandes, PSG and Ziyech stagnate, Arsenal's Jorginho

The transfer window is now closed and most European football clubs will not be able to make any further deals until the summer. It was a busy final day with many unexpected players joining surprising clubs, meaning there were many winners and losers in those successful moves, with some forced to stay where they were despite wanting to go elsewhere . Enzo Fernandez, Jorginho, Isco, Marcel Sabitzer and Milan Skriniar Only a few experienced a very different fate on January 31st.

Let’s look at some winners and losers:

Winner: Enzo Fernandez Chelsea

The transfer saga of this January window ends with Argentina The International got the move he’s been making a month later. The two clubs struck a potentially last-minute deal and the 22-year-old completed what was a lavish winter spending spree even by Chelsea’s new standards. Fernandes leaves a sizeable hole for the Portuguese giants but brings the maximum possible fee that can be reinvested in the future. Now let the South American get to work as Graham Potter tries to rebuild the Blues’ midfield with his latest acquisitions.

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Loser…now: Hakim Ziyech’s Incomplete transfer to Paris Saint-Germain

like morocco International would be winners, but move to Parc des Princes joins Paris Saint-Germain have hit a roadblock after reports emerged that paperwork problems at Chelsea meant documents were not lodged in time.With Mudryk and Joao Felix Arrive at Stamford Bridge. The move would bring him back to life, but it remains to be seen whether the appeal will be successful. There is no doubt that the 2022 FIFA World Cup played a role in earning Ziyech the 29-year-old’s chances, but the French champions also desperately need an injection of creativity. We’ll have to wait and see if it actually happens. That would be an interesting move in a situation where the need arises, just not like they need a new guard…

Loser: Skriniar to stay at Inter until summer

Which brings us to one of the main losers who will now have to spend the season at Inter Milan. Skriniar has agreed to move to Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent in the summer, but both parties must leave before then, which isn’t necessarily good news for the rest of the season. The Ligue 1 leaders desperately need new defensive blood as they current Struggling and Skriniar have been desperate to get out as soon as possible, but must now give their all in the Nerazzurri’s embarrassing situation.

Winner: Marcel Sabitzer Manchester United

Few predicted such a move, but yes Christian Eriksson provides an opportunity Unity A stopgap solution for swooping in to add mass Denmark Star is now almost at the end of the season.A non-essential figure for Bayern Munich, Sabitzer’s future has changed since he RB Leipzig And the shift is now an opportunity to remind people of his qualities. Expect Erik ten Hag to make him look like his talismanic figure at Leipzig.

Winner: Jorginho arsenal

Arsenal expected to spend big on Brighton this weekend Moises Caicedo However ecuador A few days later, the International team found themselves stuck with the Seagulls.After refusing to get involved in a bidding war for Caicedo, the Gunners took an equally pragmatic approach, allowing them to let Mihailo Mudrick join chelsea and fight for Leandro Trossard and Jacob Chivu instead. Mike Arteta’s men now find themselves with three premium supplements at a fraction of the price Mudryk and Caicedo are discussing. Jorginho could also end up with the Premier League title.

Losers: Isco and Union fall apart

For a brief moment it looked as if the Union of Berlin would stage a coup, and the Spaniards joined forces like Joseph JuranovicJerome Roussillon and Aisha Leduney In Stadion An der Altern Forsterei.However, the medical certificate was questionable and the move quickly fell through for the 30-year-old ex real Madrid and Seville People without clubs. The Germans will be fine and well prepared for their battles in the Bundesliga’s top flight, but there’s no guarantee Isco will find a new club anytime soon, as he has major issues with his fitness right now.

Underdog: Moises Caicedo gets no big moves from Brighton

The Ecuador international exaggerated his hand and was burned as Arsenal balked at Brighton’s asking price With isolation from the first-team following the transfer window, Caicedo now faces a daunting task of regaining the trust of his manager, team-mates and Seagulls fans. Given the high price tag, potential future suitors will be wary of the affair before attempting to snap up the 21-year-old this summer – assuming his form is restored.

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