Keep checking in for all the news and rumours from Manchester United as the January Transfer window reaches is climax. Following Juan Mata’s club record £37.1m fee, it looks as though we’ll see no more incomings through the Old Trafford doors until the summer.
– Wilfred Zaha joins Cardiff on loan
– Fabio da Silva departs for Cardiff
– Ryan Tunnicliffe & Larnell Cole leave the club for Fulham
– Lots of youngsters leave on loan deals.
00:35 – Thanks for following
Thanks all for reading our transfer updates on this deadline day. A quiet day for arrivals but certainly a busy day for departures from Old Trafford, with Wilf Zaha and Fabio being the biggest names to leave, whilst Juan Mata was the only player to arrive during the window.
00:30 – Cole & Tunnicliffe deals confirmed
It is now confirmed that Ryan Tunnicliffe and Larnell Cole have left the club on permanent deals to join up with Rene Meulensteen at Fulham.
23:15 – Tunnicliffe joins Fulham
Sky Sports are reporting that Ryan Tunnicliffe has joined Fulham on a permanent basis. However we are still awaiting official confirmation on this and the Larnell Cole deal.
23:00 – THE WINDOW IS NOW CLOSED
Stay put for late confirmation of deals
22:52 – Keane seals QPR deal
Striker Will Keane has finalised a deal to join Harry Redknapps QPR side. He joins on loan until the end of the season.
22:44 – Fulham double deal expected
It is understood that youngsters Larnell Cole and Ryan Tunnicliffe will join up with former assistant coach, Rene Meulensteen, at Fulham. Permanent deals are expected to be finalised in the last few minutes of the window.
22:20 – Keeper heads to Doncaster
Goalkeeper Sam Johnstone will join up with Doncaster Rovers on a 1 month loan deal.
21:29 – Hernandez to Valencia?
Javier Hernandez was reportedly set to join Valencia on loan until the end of the season. This rumour has now been confirmed as false.
20:00 – Macheda switch confirmed
The club have now confirmed Federico Macheda’s loan move to Birmingham City until the end of the season.
18:49 – Macheda to join Birmingham
Sky Sports are reporting that Italian striker, Federico Macheda, will move to Birmingham City, following a loan spell at Doncaster Rovers earlier this season.
18:42 – Lawrence loaned to Yeovil
Tom Lawrence has this evening completed a loan move to Championship strugglers, Yeovil. He had previously spent time at Carlisle.
18:38 – Otamendi heads to Valencia
Porto defender, Nicolas Otamendi, who had been linked with a move to United this morning, has completed a transfer to Valencia this evening.
16:10 – United confirm deals
Manchester United have confirmed the speculation we brought you earlier that Tyler Blackett and Tom Thorpe have joined Birmingham City on loan for the remainder of the season.
16:04 – Will Keane to QPR?
Harry Redknapp confirms that a deal for Will Keane is all-but done. My worry for him is that QPR have an awful lot of strikers already though.
13:21 – Zaha loan confirmed
Following the news that Fabio has joined Cardiff City, it’s been confirmed that he will be joined in South Wales by winger, Wilfred Zaha, who joins on loan until the end of the season.
13:17 – Fabio departs
Full back Fabio da Silva has left the club for Cardiff City on a permanent deal. He will join up with ex red, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for an undisclosed fee.
13:15 – Carlisle confirm 2 loan deals.
Carlisle United have confirmed that they have signed two Manchester United youngsters today. Sam Byrne and Charni Ekangamene join the club until the end of the season.
12:54 – Birmingham to loan two united youngsters
Newspaper, the Birmingham mail are reporting that Birmingham City will loan youngsters Tom Thorpe and Tyler Blackett.
12:30 – No more business
Manager, David Moyes, admits he does not expect there to be any more signings today, whilst speaking at his pre match press conference. He did say that he expected some players to leave the club on loan though. The manager said:
“There’s no disappointment [that there will be no more transfers]. I said at the start that we wouldn’t do much business in January. There’s no one reason for that.”
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