Confirmed Transfers

Arsenal Letting Aubameyang Leave For Free, Signs American CB As Replacement

When Arsenal returns from a 2.5-week break on Feb. 10, Mikel Arteta’s side will focus solely on finishing in the Top 4 in the Premier League. Out of every other competition this season, the Gunners’ only goal now is returning to the Champions League for the first time since 2016-17, or at the very least making it back into the Europa League. 

Christian Eriksen Returns To Premier League Seven Months After Collapse

LONDON — Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen joined Premier League club Brentford on Monday, seven months after he suffered a cardiac arrest during a European Championship match.

Eriksen, who collapsed during the game against Finland in Copenhagen and was given life-saving CPR treatment in front of shocked fans and teammates, has signed for Brentford as a free agent for the rest of the season.

Lampard Gets Second Chance In Premier League Tasked With Saving Everton

Having waited almost a year for another shot at top-level management, Frank Lampard has been tasked with as tough a challenge as it gets: resurrecting an Everton side in turmoil.

It is not the best time to be a Toffees supporter, and protests outside Goodison Park have become commonplace.

Fans have called for the board to be sacked, pleaded with the club last summer not to appoint former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez, and made clear — in graffiti as well — their opposition to the proposed hiring of Vitor Pereira over Lampard.

Itzel González Y Sofía Álvarez, Talento De La Liga MX Femenil Que Parte A España

Tecatito Corona y Orbelín Pineda no son los únicos futbolistas mexicanos que pueden considerar España su nuevo hogar. Esta última semana, la lateral Sofía Álvarez y la arquera Itzel González dejaron los pastos de la Liga MX Femenil y se incorporaron a LaLiga Iberdrola, donde defenderán al Valencia y al Sevilla, respectivamente. 

Los traspasos son importantes en una dimensión personal para ambas jugadoras, pero también ayudan a la Liga MX Femenil -creada hace apenas cinco años- a consolidarse como una vitrina sólida para llegar a Europa.

Liverpool Beats Out Spurs, Man Utd For $67 Million Porto Winger Luis Díaz

Liverpool have signed Colombia winger Luis Díaz from Porto on a long-term deal, the Premier League club announced on Sunday.

Financial details were not disclosed but the BBC reported the deal is expected to be worth $50.14 million, with a maximum of $16.72 million in add-ons.

Díaz, who has seven goals in 31 appearances for Colombia, becomes Liverpool's first signing of the January transfer window.

Juventus Finally Finds Ronaldo Replacement With Biggest Transfer Of Window So Far

TURIN, Italy — Juventus have signed Fiorentina striker Dušan Vlahović, the Italian club announced on Friday, with the deal worth up to a maximum of 80 million euros ($89.22 million), plus other charges, making it the biggest transfer of the January window so far.

The 22-year-old, who is the joint-top scorer in Serie A this season with 17 goals, has signed a deal until June 2026 in Turin.

America’s Presence In Europe Won’t Stop Growing — 20-Year-Old Cole Bassett Heads Overseas

The number of USMNT winter transfers to Europe continues to grow by the day. With Major League Soccer not beginning until Feb. 26, some of the brighter stars are skipping out on next season with their respective MLS clubs and looking for minutes in Europe.