January transfer window – Dimitar Berbatov was in action for English Premier League Fulham at the weekend but the Bulgarian international striker has now signed for Monaco in Ligue 1 on loan with a view to a permanent move.
January transfer window – Manchester United don't usually spend money in the January transfer window, but well off the pace in the race for a Champions League spot $61 million has been forked out to sign Juan Mata from Chelsea.
January transfer window – Chelsea have had a busy window. Some of the Mata money -- $34.7 million -- was spent on re-signing Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic. The 25-year-old left Stamford Bridge for Portugal three years ago as part of the deal to bring David Luiz to Stamford Bridge from Benfica.
January transfer window – Winger Kevin de Bruyne was another player to exit Stamford Bridge. The Belgian joined German club Wolfsburg for a reported $27 million on a five-year contract.
January transfer window – Another reported $18 million was used by Chelsea to sign Basel's Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah.
January transfer window – But Chelsea weren't the only club active in the January window. English Premier League team Newcastle and French club Paris St-Germain agreed a fee of around $33 million for France midfielder Yohan Cabaye and he made his debut in a 2-0 win over Bordeaux on the final day of the window.
January transfer window – Kim Kallstrom in action for Sweden against England and he will now ply his trade in the English Premier League with Arsenal, who are battling Man City and Chelsea at the top for the title.
January transfer window – Konstantinos Mitroglou celebrates scoring for Greece in their World Cup playoff match against Romania in November. He has signed for English Premier League Fulham from Olympiakos on the final day of trading.