Berba to Utd, Binho to ManC and none to Ashburton Grove

In a midnight of pounds and faxes, transfer deadlines were met and unmet with a host of transfer deals across Europe and England as some of the top Premier league clubs made last minute additions to their squad. Of the notable ones were the long pending transfer of Berbatov to United. It seems the new super rick Sheikhs of Man City wanted to hijack the bid but Berbatov stood firm to commit himself to Man Utd.

But the most interesting bit of transfer happened in the Blue Half of Manchester as City swooped on Chelsea target Robinho from Real. Now that was something that must have irked off Abrahmovic…and I like that 🙂

Here are the list of transfer dealings from the top 4 clubs of EPL…courtesy Telegraph UK

Deadline Day deals:

Player From To Fee
Roman Pavlyuchenko Spartak Moscow Tottenham £14m
Vedran Corluka Manchester City Tottenham £8.5m
Jonas Olsson NEC Nijmegan WBA £800,000 rising to £1.6m
Omar Garcia Athletic Bilbao Rotherham Free
Vitor Flora Botafogo Liverpool Free
Ryan Gallagher Blackburn Plymouth Season Loan
Ryan Donk AZ Alkmaar WBA Season Loan
Kamil Zayatte Young Boys Berne Hull Season Loan
Blerim Dzemaili Bolton Torino Season Loan
Nadim Belhadj Lens Portsmouth Season Loan
Ignacio Gonzalez Valencia Newcastle Season Loan
Mark Bunn Northampton Blackburn Rovers Undisclosed
Louis Saha Manchester United Everton Undisclosed
Steve Finnan Liverpool Espanyol Undisclosed
Peter Guloisi MTK Hungaria Liverpool Undisclosed
Sean Evans Manchester United Aberystwyth Free
Collins John Fulham Nijmegen Free
Rachid Bouaouzan Wigan Nijmegen Season loan
Andriy Voronin Liverpool Hertha Berlin Season loan
Jonathan Grounds Middlesbrough Norwich City Three-month loan
Jean-Francois Christophe Portsmouth Southend United One-month loan
Gabriel Zakuani Fulham Peterborough One-month loan
Javan Vidal Manchester City Grimsby One-month loan
Danny Higginbotham Sunderland Stoke City Undisclosed
Carlo Nash Everton Wigan Athletic Undisclosed
Daniel Cousin Hull City Rangers £4m
Antonie Sibierski Norwich City Wigan Athletic 5 month loan
Martin Cranie Charlton Athletic Portsmouth Season loan
Xisco Newcastle United Deportivo La Coruna £8.2m
Dimitar Berbatov Manchester United Tottenham Hotspur £30.75m
Fraizer Campbell Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United Season loan
Michael Tonge Stoke City Sheffield United £1.5m
Tom Soares Stoke City Crystal Palace £1.5m
Julian Gray Fulham Coventry City Season loan

The top 4 clubs’ tranfer activities this year –

Arsenal

IN

Samir Nasri Marseille £12.8m

Aaron Ramsey Cardiff £5m

Mikael Silvestre Manchester U £750,000

Amaury Bischoff Werder Bremen Undisclosed

Francis Coquelin Stade Lavallois Free

OUT

Alexander Hleb Barcelona £11.8m rising to £13.5m

Justin Hoyte Middlesbrough £3m

Gilberto Silva Panathinaikos £1m

Mathieu Flamini AC Milan Free

Jens Lehmann Stuttgart Free

Kerrea Gilbert Leicester Season Loan

Havard Nordtveit Salamanca Season Loan

Nacer Barazite Derby 5 Month Loan

Armand Traore Portsmouth Season Loan

Chelsea

IN

Jose Bosingwa Porto £16.2m

Deco Barcelona £7.9m

Fabio Paim Sporting Lisbon Season Loan

OUT

Steve Sidwell Aston Villa £5m

Khalid Boulahrouz Stuttgart £4m

Tal Ben Haim Manchester C £3m

Claude Makelele Paris St-Germain Free

Harry Worley Leicester Free

Anthony Grant Southend Free

Andriy Shevchenko AC Milan Undisclosed

Ryan Bertrand Norwich Season Loan

Shaun Cummings MK Dons 1 Month Loan

Slobodan Rajkovic FC Twente Season Loan

Ben Sahar Portsmouth Season Loan

Michael Modubi Westerloo Season Loan

Jeffrey Ntuka Westerloo Season Loan

Emmanuel Sarki Westerloo Season Loan

Jimmy Smith Sheffield Wed Season Loan

Hernan Crespo Inter Milan Season Loan

Claudio Pizarro Werder Bremen Season Loan

Lee Sawyer Southend 3 Month Loan

Jack Cork Southampton 6 Month Loan

Adrian Pettigrew Released

James Simmonds Released

Phil Younghusband Released

Liverpool

IN

Albert Riera Espanyol Undisclosed

Peter Gulacsi MTK Hungaria Undisclosed

Vito Flora Botafogo Free

Robbie Keane Tottenham £19m rising to £20.3m

Andrea Dossena Udinese £7m

Diego Cavalieri Palmeiras £3m

David Ngog Paris St-Germain £1.5m

Nikola Saric Herfolge £600,000

Vincent Weijl AZ Alkmaar Nominal

Christopher Buchtmann Borussia Dortmund Undisclosed

Philipp Degen Borussia Dortmund Free

Emmanuel Mendy Murcia Deportivo Free

Zsolt Poloskei MTK Hungaria Season Loan

OUT

Steve Finnan Espanyol Undisclosed

Andriy Voronin Hertha Berlin Season loan

John Arne Riise Roma £4m

Scott Carson WBA £3.25m

Peter Crouch Portsmouth £9m rising to £11m

Danny Guthrie Newcastle £2.5m

Anthony Le Tallec Le Mans £1.1m

Charlie Barnett Tranmere Free

Besian Idrizaj Wacker Innsbruck Free

Harry Kewell Galatasaray Free

Godwin Antwi Tranmere 6 Month Loan

Adam Hammill Blackpool 6 Month Loan

Jack Hobbs Leicester Season Loan

Robbie Threlfall Hereford Season Loan

David Martin Leicester6 Month Loan

Sebastien Leto Olympiakos 2 Year Loan

Craig Lindfield Bournemouth 4 Month Loan

Manchester United

IN

Dimitar Berbatov Tottenham £30.75m

Davide Petrucci Roma £200,000

OUT

Dong Fangzhou Released

Gerard Pique Barcelona £4m

Chris Eagles Burnley £1.2m

Mikael Silvestre Arsenal £750,000

Richie Jones Hartlepool Free

Michael Lea Scunthorpe Free

Kieron Lee Oldham Free

Conor McCormack Triestina Free

Scott McManus Crewe Free

David Williams Oldham Free

Tom Heaton Cardiff Season Loan

Ferbin Brandy Swansea 6 Month Loan extension

Danny Simpson Blackburn Season Loan

Fraizer Campbell Tottenham Season loan

Lee Martin Nottm Fst Season Loan

Craig Cathcart Plymouth 6 Month Loan

Michael Barnes Released

Sean Evans Aberystwyth Released Free

Chris Fagan Released

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “Berba to Utd, Binho to ManC and none to Ashburton Grove

  1. Couldn’t get to the site for a few days, Freekicker.

    Arsenal is not feeling like a big club at the moment, still, I really enjoy watching a lot of the Arsenal players, including Diaby and Denilson, and the team’s style of play is among the very best, so I think I’m really going to enjoy this season.

  2. What was so special about that fixture list?

    What about all the AFP photos?

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