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With the January transfer window closed, we look back at the best deals – be it low-risk loan moves or high-priced permanent signings – made over the last month across Europe’s top five leagues.

Honourable mentions: )

A marriage of convenience, as )

His career stagnating at the San Siro thanks to his frustrating inconsistency, )

Asking anyone to fill the indefatigable boots of midfield colossus )




Languishing on the )

Fallen Ligue 1 giant Marseille, now flush with newfound riches after Frank McCourt’s recent takeover, was out to make a splash in January, and did just that with the £25-million signing of )

Paris Saint-Germain beat )

Finally, someone rescued )

Quick, how old is )


Lyon forked over a truckload of cash for )

Alright, so it’s not technically a January signing – the terms were agreed last summer – but )

Add one more to the stable. Borussia Dortmund, already boasting the deepest collection of prominent young talent on the continent, added a 17-year-old being compared in his native Sweden to national icon Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Yes, likening angular teen Alexander Isak to the Manchester United talisman is unfair to the kid, but it’s an indication of just how highly regarded the former AIK striker is. …read more

Source:: the score la liga