The January transfer window is officially over. After another exciting month of negotiations, clubs, managers, agents and us here at Football Whispers can all take a much-needed breath. Although it may not have been one of the more headline-grabbing transfer windows of recent times, Premier League clubs were still as busy as ever. But who did the best business out of them all?
Cohen Bramall, Hednesford Town – Probably one of the more heart-warming transfer stories of the January window saw Bramall, of non-league Hednesford Town, join the Gunners for an undisclosed fee. The 20-year-old full-back, who previously worked at a car factory, impressed during a short trial period and has already featured for the club’s under-23 side.
Gedion Zelalem to VVV Venlo – Despite being linked with a permanent move to Borussia Dortmund throughout the transfer window, Arsene Wenger has opted to keep the USA under-20 international and send him out on loan to Dutch Erste Divisie side VVV Venlo. The midfielder has made just four first-team appearances for the Gunners this season.
Jon Toral to Rangers – The Spaniard has reunited with former boss Mark Warburton at Rangers for the rest of the season after being recalled from his unsuccessful loan spell with Granada. The 21-year-old attacking midfielder played some of his best football under Warburton at Brentford and will be hoping for much of the same with Rangers.
Dan Crowley to Go Ahead Eagles – The 19-year-old attacking midfielder has already made two appearances since moving to Go Ahead Eagles in the Dutch Eredivisie for the rest of the season, having had spells with Oxford United and Barnsley in the past.
Kaylen Hinds to Stevenage – The pacy forward sealed a deadline day departure to League Two Stevenage for the rest of the season. This will be the 19-year-old’s first spell away from the Emirates since joining the club in 2013.
Stephy Mavididi to Charlton Athletic – The England Under-19 international has moved to Charlton on loan for the rest of the season. Mavididi was the Arsenal Under-21’s top goal-scorer last season with 17 goals.
Krystian Bielik to Birmingham City – The Polish defender joined Birmingham on loan for the rest of the reason after failing to play for Arsenal since their 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest in the EFL Cup in September.
Marc Bola to Notts County – Left-back Bola was another deadline day departure from the Emirates after deciding to link up with new County boss Kevin Nolan on loan for the rest of the season.
Matt Macey to Luton Town – Macey has joined the League Two side in a double goalkeeper loan swoop, alongside Reading’s Stuart Moore, for the rest of the season. Macey spent a brief on loan with Accrington Stanley two seasons ago.
Aaron Ramsdale, Sheffield United – The England under-19 goalkeeper has joined the Cherries on a four-year deal for a reported £1million after impressing for the Sheffield United academy. Ramsdale has also made two senior appearances for the Blades this season.
Glenn Murray to Brighton – The veteran striker completed his £3million move to the Seagulls after impressing on loan during the first half of the season. Murray scored 14 goals in that time, helping Brighton into the automatic promotion places.
Lewis Grabban to Reading – The Cherries forward has joined Reading on loan for the rest of the season after falling out of favour with Eddie Howe. Royals manager Jaap Stam, however, will be hoping his proven Championship pedigree can push his side to promotion.
Marc Wilson to West Brom – The versatile Republic of Ireland international will link up again with former boss Tony Pulis at the Hawthorns for the rest of the season after making only three appearances for Bournemouth this campaign.
Harry Cornick to Gillingham – The 21-year-old forward has moved to League One Gillingham until the end of the campaign after spending the first half of the season on loan with Accrington Stanley.
Emerson Hyndman to Rangers – The USA youth international will continue his development under Mark Warburton at Rangers after failing to break into the Bournemouth team under Eddie Howe. The midfielder’s last appearance came in the Cherries’ FA Cup exit at Millwall.
Jordan Lee to Torquay United – The club’s under-21 captain has joined National League side Torquay on loan in search of regular first-team football. The right-back is yet to make a league appearance for the Cherries this season.
Brandon Goodship to Yeovil Town – The Cherries’ former Under-21 Player of the Season has agreed to terminate his deal with the Premier League club and join League Two Yeovil – whom he played for on loan last season.
Callum Buckley to Aldershot Town – The defender who has had spells with Concord Rangers and Basingstoke Town, has agreed to join National League side Aldershot for the rest of the season.
Joe Quigley to Gillingham – The talented forward was the second half of a double swoop by Gillingham alongside Cornick on loan for the rest of the season.
Jordan Green to Leyton Orient – The forward, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Newport County, has been drafted in by League Two strugglers Leyton Orient on loan for the rest of the campaign.
Joey Barton, free agent – Barton rejoins the Clarets after a controversial spell at SPL side Rangers. Barton was released in November but Sean Dyche moved quickly to bring him back to Turf Moor, announcing his arrival before the start of the window. Barton was Burnley’s Player of the Year last season.
Ashley Westwood, Aston Villa – The former Villa midfielder has opted for a move back to the Premier League in deal worth in the region of £5million. Westwood was part of the Villa team that was relegated last season.
Robbie Brady, Norwich City – Brady became the club’s record signing after sealing £13 million move to Turf Moor on Deadline day. The Republic of Ireland international has made 22 appearances for Norwich this season.
Lukas Jutkiewicz to Birmingham City – The Blues have taken up the option to sign the imposing forward after a successful loan spell at St Andrew’s. Jutkiewicz has scored six goals this season and has set the club back £1million.
Danny Lafferty to Sheffield United – The Northern Ireland left-back has completed a permanent move to the Blades after impressing for the club on loan throughout the first half of the season.
Chris Long to Bolton Wanderers – The forward has joined League One high-fliers Bolton Wanderers after an impressive loan spell at Fleetwood Town. Long has scored four goals in 15 appearances this season.
Aiden O’Neill to Oldham Athletic – The 18-year-old midfielder made a deadline day move to Oldham in a bid to gain more first-team football this season. O’Neill has made five appearances for Burnley this season, including their 2-0 win over Liverpool at Turf Moor.
Michael Kightly to Burton Albion – The former Wolves winger has found first-team opportunities hard to come by under Dyche this season and, as a result, has joined Burton Albion on loan for the rest of the season.
Fikayo Tomori to Brighton – The England under-20 international has been drafted in by Chris Hughton as important defensive cover for the rest of the season. Tomori has made one appearance for the Blues which came against Leicester last season.
Jamal Blackman to Wycombe – The goalkeeper has extended his initial six-month loan deal until the end of the season after an impressive opening half of the season under Gareth Ainsworth.
Jay Dasilva to Charlton – Dasilva was one of the first moves of the January window after Charlton confirmed the winger’s season-long loan move in early January.
Jordan Houghton to Doncaster – High-flying Doncaster agreed to extend Houghton’s initial loan deal for the rest of the season after the midfielder’s impressive spell with the League Two side.
Oscar to Shanghai SIPG – The Brazil international has arguably been the biggest player to move to the Chinese Super League this month for a deal in the region of £52million.
Marco Van Ginkel to PSV – The midfielder hasn’t featured at all in the Premier League under Antonio Conte this season and the Dutchman has moved to PSV on a season-long loan to gain some game time.
Izzy Brown to Huddersfield – The England under-20 winger has joined promotion chasers Huddersfield for the rest of the season after impressing on loan with Championship relegation battlers Rotherham.
John Obi Mikel to Tianjin TEDA – The Nigeria midfielder followed former teammate Oscar to the Far East after securing a move to Tianjin TEDA for an undisclosed fee.
Charlie Colkett, Fankaty Dabo and Islam Feruz to Swindon Town – The young Chelsea trio have joined the League One club on loan for the rest of the season.
Patrick Bamford to Middlesbrough – Bamford was recalled from his disappointing loan spell at Burnley and has returned to former club Middlesbrough for the rest of the season. Bamford scored 19 goals for Boro during the 2014/15 season.
Jeffrey Schlupp, Leicester – The Premier League winner joined Palace for £12 million after falling out of favour with Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri. The versatile wide man has signed a four year contract at Selhurst Park.
Patrick van Aanholt, Sunderland – The former Sunderland full-back has joined the Eagles in a deal worth £14 million after handing in a transfer request at the Stadium of Light. The Dutchman has agreed to a four-and-a-half-year contract with Palace.
Luka Milivojevic, Olympiakos – Sam Allardyce decided to bolster his midfield options with the Olympiakos playmaker who has joined on a three-an-a half-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Mamadou Sakho, Liverpool – The defender moved to Selhurst Park on a deadline day season-long loan deal after struggling to make an impression on Jurgen Klopp this season.
Jordan Mutch to Reading – Mutch moved to Championship club Reading on deadline day on loan for the rest of the season following Allardyce’s decision not to include the midfielder in his plans for the rest of the season.
Hiram Boateng to Northampton Town – Boateng completed his loan move to Northampton for the rest of the season with the incentive of finding first-team football with the League One club.
Freddie Ladapo to Shrewsbury Town – The Palace forward has gone on loan for the second time this season, swapping League One rivals Oldham Athletic for Shrewsbury.
Keshi Anderson to Northampton Town– Anderson, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Bolton, kicked off his second loan spell of the season with 24-minute hat-trick for Northampton last weekend.
Morgan Schneiderlin, Manchester United – The Toffees needed to fork out £24million, the biggest Premier League transfer fee of the window, to bring the Frenchman to Goodison Park after Schneiderlin was frozen out by Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
Ademola Lookman, Charlton Athletic – Lookman’s £11million deal to Everton was one of the earliest of the window and 19-year-old celebrated his four-and-a-half-year deal with a debut goal against Manchester City at Goodison Park.
Tom Cleverley to Watford – The midfielder clinched a season-long loan move back to his former club after struggling to find first-team opportunities under Ronald Koeman.
Delial Brewster to Southport – A forward, Brewster joined National League side Southport on loan for the rest of the season after appearing only twice for the Everton under-23 side in the EFL Trophy this season.
Conor Grant to Doncaster – Grant has extended his loan spell with Doncaster to the end of the season after impressing during the opening half of the season with the League Two high-flyers.
Oumar Niasse to Hull City – The towering forward hasn’t seen much first-team action since the arrival of Koeman last summer and agreed a move to Premier League strugglers Hull.
Callum Connolly to Wigan – The precocious defender marked his loan deal with the Latics with a brace on his debut against Burton Albion earlier this month.
Gethin Jones to Barnsley – The Wales youth international, a right-back who previously had a loan spell with Plymouth, agreed a loan deal until the end of the season with Barnsley.
Antony Evans to Morecambe – The forward has joined fellow scouser Jim Bentley at Morecambe on loan for the remainder of the season.
Nathan Holland to West Ham – The England under-19 midfielder has joined the Hammers on a three year deal after failing to make an appearance for the Toffees this season.
Gerard Deulofeu to AC Milan – The Spanish winger sealed a six-month loan move to the Italian giants after struggling to regain his first-team place at Goodison Park.
Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson to Sunderland – The pair joined the Black Cats for a combined fee of £7.5million, with Oviedo’s deal keeping him at the Stadium of Light until 2020 while Gibson penned an 18-month contract.
Conor McAleny to Oxford – The striker signed his second loan deal of the season to join Oxford after spending the first half of the season at Wigan Athletic in the Championship.
Steven Kinsella to Dundalk – The Irish winger has returned to his homeland in a loan spell lasting the remainder of the season.
Calum Dyson to Grimsby Town – A striker, Dyson has joined the Blundell Park outfit in a loan deal until the end of the season.
Markus Henriksen, Alkmaar – The midfielder joined from Alkmaar on loan in September but Hull handed the Norwegian a two-and-a-half year deal following his 11 Premier League appearances for the Tigers.
Oumar Niasse, Everton – The former Everton midfielder moved to KCOM stadium in search of first team football after being cast aside by Toffees boss Koeman.
Evandro Goebel, Porto – The 30-year-old attacking midfielder has put pen to paper on a two-and-a-half year deal with Hull following a spell with Porto.
Omar Elabdellaoui, Olympiakos – The Norway international has joined the Tigers on loan from Greek side Olympiakos for the remainder of the season.
Lazar Markovic, Liverpool – The Liverpool winger has joined the relegation strugglers on the loan for the rest of the season after having his deal with Sporting Lisbon cancelled by mutual consent.
Andrea Ranocchia, Inter Milan – The Inter Milan defender agreed a deadline day move from Serie A to the Premier League after spending the second half of last season on loan with Sampdoria.
Alfred N’Diaye, Villarreal – The Sengalese international has lost his place in the Villarreal side this season and will aim for more first-team football under Marco Silva at Hull during his six-month loan spell.
Kamil Grosicki, Rennes – The Poland winger has signed a three-and-a-half year deal at the KCOM stadium leaving Ligue 1 side Rennes. The Euro 2016 star almost joined Burnley in the summer.
Harvey Rodgers and Jonathan Edwards to Accrington – The Tigers pair were subject to a double swoop from Stanley, who were successful in signing them until the end of the season.
Allan McGregor to Cardiff City – The experienced goalkeeper has joined the Bluebirds until the end of the season after losing his place at Hull to fellow Scot David Marshall.
Jake Livermore to West Brom – Livermore was an unexpected departure this month after agreeing a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Baggies worth £10million.
Robert Snodgrass to West Ham – The Scotland international looked set to join fellow relegation battlers Burnley after both clubs agreed a fee but the winger preferred a move to east London. Snodgrass signed a three-and-a-half year contract for £10.2million.
Alex Bruce and James Weir to Wigan – Warren Joyce called upon his Manchester United connections to sign former Red Devil James Weir and son of Steve, Alex Bruce, on loan until the end of the season.
Wilfred Ndidi, Genk – The Nigeria international, brought in to try and fill N’Golo Kante’s void, signed a five-year deal with the Premier League champions worth £15million from Genk.
Molla Wague, Udinese – The powerful defender has joined the club from Udinese on loan until the end of the season with an option to buy when the deal comes to an end.
Jeffrey Schlupp to Crystal Palace – Schlupp left the King Power earlier this month for £12.5million after hardly featuring in the Premier League under Ranieri this season.
Harvey Barnes to MK Dons – The midfielder, who made his debut during Leicester’s 5-0 defeat to Porto in the Champions League, has joined the League One side on loan until the end of the season.
Matty James and Callum Elder to Barnsley – The Foxes duo have joined the League One side on loan for the remainder of the season.
Luis Hernandez to Malaga – The defender has left the club in a deal worth £1.7 million after only joining Leicester last summer.
Joe Maguire to Fleetwood Town – Maguire, a defender, has moved to Highbury Stadium on a permanent deal until 2019, after only making one senior appearance for the Reds.
Tiago Llori to Reading – The 23-year-old defender has joined the Royals’ promotion charge on a three-and-a-half-year contract worth £3.75 million.
Lazar Markovic to Hull City – The Liverpool winger has joined the relegation strugglers on the loan for the rest of the season after having his deal with Sporting Lisbon cancelled by mutual consent.
Mamadou Sakho to Crystal Palace – Sakho moved to Selhurst Park on a deadline day season-long loan deal after struggling to make an impression on Jurgen Klopp this season.
Gabriel Jesus, Palmeiras – Though the deal was announced in August, Brazilian wonderkid Jesus sealed his move in the January transfer window and marked his Premier League debut by scoring one and assisting another in City’s 4-0 rout of West Ham United.
Yangel Herrera, Atletico Venezuela – The 19-year-old midfielder has impressed for Venezuela in the South American Youth Football Championship and City acted quickly to snap him up.
Pablo Maffeo to Girona – The young defender has joined the La Liga side on loan until the end of the season after only making three senior appearances for City.
Manu Garcia to NAC Breda – Garcia has moved to the Dutch side for the second half of the season after spending the opening half of the season on loan at Deportivo Alaves.
George Glendon to Fleetwood Town – Glendon made his loan deal into a permanent 18-month contract this month after enjoying an impressive spell with the League One side this season.
Ian Lawlor to Doncaster – The Irish goalkeeper has signed for the League Two promotion-chasers for an undisclosed fee in a deal which will keep him at the club until 2019.
David Faupala to Chesterfield – The striker was one of four deadline day signings made by new Chesterfield boss Gary Caldwell and will stay at the club on loan until the end of the season.
Jack Byrne to Wigan – The Republic of Ireland under-21 international joined the Latics on a three-and-a-half-year deal after spending time on loan at Championship rivals Blackburn.
Angelino to Real Mallorca – The City full-back has signed for the La Liga side on loan until the end of the season after a spell at New York City FC last season.
Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton – The Toffees needed to fork out £24million, the biggest Premier League transfer fee of the window, to bring the Frenchman to Goodison Park after Schneiderlin was frozen out by Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
Memphis Depay to Lyon – The Ligue 1 side ended the Netherlands international’s Old Trafford nightmare with a £21.7million move for the flying winger. Depay failed to make an impression on Mourinho during his time at United but the club have installed a buy-back clause in his deal.
Sam Johnstone to Aston Villa – The young goalkeeper made the loan move to the Championship club for the remainder of the season after seeing little time behind David De Gea and Sergio Romero in the United pecking order.
Joe Riley to Sheffield United – The United full-back, who was a regular for the club’s under-23 side, has been sent out for first-team experience on a season-long loan deal with the Blades.
Sean Goss to QPR – The former Exeter City man joins the Championship side on a three-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Rudy Gestede, Aston Villa – The Benin striker joined the club for an undisclosed fee from Championship Aston Villa with the deal keeping him at the club until June 2020.
Patrick Bamford, Chelsea – Bamford was recalled from his disappointing loan spell at Burnley and has returned to former club Middlesbrough for the rest of the season. Bamford scored 19 goals for Boro during the 2014/15 season.
Adlene Guedioura, Watford – The 31-year-old midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements at Vicarage Road and, as a result, was allowed to leave for their Premier League rivals for a fee in the region of £4million.
Jordan Rhodes to Sheffield Wednesday – The Scotland international hasn’t had much of chance under Aitor Karanka in the Premier League and has joined the Owls on loan with the £10million deal to become permanent at the end of the season.
Julien De Sart to Derby County – The Belgian holding midfielder has joined the Rams on loan until the end of the season.
Tomas Mejias to Rayo Vallecano – The former Real Madrid goalkeeper has departed on loan to the Spanish second tier side for the remainder of the season after failing to make an appearance for the club this term.
Emilio Nsue to Birmingham City – The former Boro full-back was a regular in the club’s promotion-winning season but his lack of first-team football this year has seen him become surplus to requirements and consequently sold to the Blues on a permanent deal.
Bryn Morris to Shrewsbury – The former England under-19 captain has joined the League One side on a two month loan deal.
Jonathan Burn to Bristol Rovers – The club’s former under-21 captain has been allowed to leave the club on a permanent deal to Rovers after failing to make the grade at the Riverside.
Carlos de Pena to Real Oviedo – The 24-year-old Uruguayan has only made 10 appearances for the club since joining in 2015 and will spend the rest of the season on loan with the La Liga club.
Callum Cooke to Crewe – The 19-year-old will stay with the north west club for the remainder of the season and is yet to make an appearance for Boro.
Mark Kitching to Rochdale – The promising left-back signed permanently for Rochdale on an 18-month deal after showing promise for Boro in his two appearances for the club in the EFL trophy.
Arnel Jakupovic to Empoli – The former academy striker has signed with the Italian club until 2021 and was relinquished by Boro despite some impressive performances for the club’s youth setup.
Manolo Gabbiadini, Napoli – The Saints reportedly beat off competition from some of Europe’s biggest clubs to sign the Italy international on a four-and-a-half-year-deal worth £17.5 million.
Mouez Hassen, Nice – Claude Puel has turned back to his former club, Nice, to sign their 21-year-old goalkeeper on loan who will add cover to the club’s current goalkeeping crisis.
Jose Fonte to West Ham – The Euro 2016 winner was keen to force a move out of St Mary’s after handing in a transfer request earlier in the window and he got his wish with a move to east London for £8million.
Tom McCarthy to Walsall – The 20-year-old defender extended his loan deal with the League One side Walsall until the end of the season after impressing during his initial loan spell.
Dominic Gape to Wycombe – The young midfielder has joined the League Two club on a permanent two-and-a-half year deal.
Saido Berahino, West Brom – The former England under-21 international has wanted away from the Hawthorns for a while and finally got his wish by signing a five-and-a-half-year deal with Stoke worth £15million.
Lee Grant, Derby County – After impressing on loan with the club, Grant secured a two-and-a-half-year deal and set the Potters back £1.3million to acquire his services.
Jakob Haugaard to Wigan – The young goalkeeper has joined the Championship outfit until the end of the season to replace the injured Adam Bogdan.
Ryan Sweeney to Bristol Rovers – The former Republic of Ireland under-18 international has moved to Bristol Rovers on loan for the remainder of the season after joining Stoke in the summer for £250,000 from AFC Wimbledon.
Bojan to Mainz – With the club not prepared to sell Bojan to Watford or Middlesbrough, the Spanish playmaker has moved to the Bundesliga club for the rest of the season.
George Waring to Carlisle – The big forward struggled to impress at League One Shrewsbury but has another chance to gain first-team experience at Carlisle on loan for the second half of the season.
Joleon Lescott, free agent – The former Everton defender has reunited with David Moyes on a short term deal until the end of the season after being released by Greek side AEK Athens.
Bryan Oviedo and Darron Gibson, Everton – The pair joined the Black Cats for a combined fee of £7.5million with Oviedo’s deal keeping him at the Stadium of Light until 2020 while Gibson penned an 18-month contract.
Tom Beadling to Bury – The 21-year-old defender has signed for the League One side on loan until the end of the season after failing to make an appearance for the first team.
Andrew Nelson to Hartlepool – The young striker has made two appearances for the Black Cats’ under-23 side in the EFL Trophy and will continue his development on loan for the remainder of the season with League Two side.
Patrick van Aanholt to Crystal Palace – The full-back has joined the Eagles in a deal worth £14million after handing in a transfer request at the Stadium of Light. The Dutchman has agreed to a four-and-a-half year contract with Palace.
Luciano Narsingh, PSV – The Netherlands winger completed his £4million move from PSV to the Swans and has committed his future to the club until 2019.
Martin Olsson, Norwich City – The Sweden international took the step back up to the Premier League after signing a two-and-a-half-year contract with Swans for an undisclosed fee.
Tom Carroll, Tottenham – After failing to break into the first team at Tottenham, Carroll has made an impressive start to life in south Wales after signing a three-and-a-half-year deal with the relegation strugglers for an undisclosed fee.
Jordan Ayew, Aston Villa – The former Villa forward was part of a swap deal that saw Neil Taylor go to Villa Park. Ayew signed a three-and-a-half-year-deal with the Swans.
Marvin Emnes to Blackburn – The Dutch forward has re-signed for the Championship outfit on loan for the rest of the season after impressing during his initial loan spell with the club.
Modou Barrow to Leeds – The Gambia international has agreed to reunite with former boss Garry Monk on loan for the remainder of the season to try and help Leeds’ promotion push.
Neil Taylor to Aston Villa – The left-back left the only club he has ever played for to make way for Ayew at the Liberty Stadium.
Tom Holland to AFC Fylde – The Swans youngster has joined the National League North leaders for the rest of the season.
Owain Jones to Yeovil Town – The 20-year-old forward will see out the season with the League Two club as a replacement for Swans colleague Ryan Hedges, who has moved to Barnsley on a permanent deal for an undisclosed fee.
Tom Carroll to Swansea City – After failing to break into the first-team at Tottenham, Carroll has made an impressive start to life in south Wales after signing a three-and-a-half-year deal with the relegation strugglers for an undisclosed fee.
Ryan Loft to Stevenage – Loft, who scored 14 goals for the club’s under-18’s last season, has moved to the League Two side on loan for the remainder of the season.
Shayon Harrison to Yeovil – The 19-year-old is hoping to gain some first-team experience with League Two Yeovil on loan for the rest of the campaign.
Tom Cleverley, Everton – The Everton loanee is back at Vicarage Road for his second spell at the club after falling out of favour withKoeman. The Hornets have the option to sign the England international on a permanent deal in the summer.
M’Baye Niang, AC Milan – The France under-21 winger has become a controversial figure for some of his antics at AC Milan, who has decided to send him out on an initial loan with Watford for the remainder of the season.
Mauro Zarate, Fiorentina – The former Birmingham, West Ham and QPR forward is back in the Premier League after signing a two-and-a-half-year deal worth £2.4 million.
Adalberto Penaranda to Malaga – The Venezuelan international is yet to make an appearance for the Hornets and has been sent out on loan to the La Liga outfit in search of first-team football.
Juan Carlos Paredes to Olympiakos – The wing-back has joined the Greek giants on loan with the option to make the switch permanent in the summer.
Jerome Sinclair to Birmingham – The young prospect, who joined the club from Liverpool last summer, will see out the campaign at St Andrew’s on loan.
Odion Ighalo to Changchun Yatai – The club’s top goal scorer last season has been allowed to leave the club for the Far East for £20million after a spectacular dip in form over the past year.
Adlene Guedioura to Middlesbrough – The 31-year-old midfielder was deemed surplus to requirements at Vicarage Road and, as a result, was allowed to leave for their Premier League rivals for a fee in the region of £4 million.
Michael Folivi to Coventry – The club academy graduate, who made his debut in the Hornets’ 2-0 defeat to Stoke in January, has moved to the Ricoh Arena on loan for the remainder of the season.
Jake Livermore, Hull City – Livermore was an unexpected arrival from Premier League rivals Hull last month after agreeing a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Baggies worth £10million.
Marc Wilson, Bournemouth – The versatile Republic of Ireland international will link up again with former boss Pulis at the Hawthorns for the rest of the season after making only three appearances for Bournemouth this campaign.
Saido Berahino to Stoke City – The former England under-21 international has wanted away from West Brom for a while and finally got his wish by signing a five-and-a-half-year deal with Stoke worth £15 million.
Callum McManaman to Sheffield Wednesday – The 25-year-old winger was Wednesday’s first signing of the window after joining on loan until the end of the season.
Shaun Donnellan to Dagenham & Redbridge – The 19-year-old spent the first half of the season on loan with Stevenage but the defender has relocated for the second half of the season with the Daggers.
Craig Gardner to Birmingham City – Gardner, who won the Carling Cup with his first spell at St Andrew’s, has re-joined the club until the end of the season with the option to make the deal permanent when it finishes.
Tyler Roberts to Shrewsbury – The 17-year-old marked his first professional deal with the Baggies by joining League One Shrewsbury on loan for the rest of the season.
Tahvon Campbell to Notts County – The 20-year-old forward is yet to make an appearance for the Baggies and will continue his development with the League Two side for the rest of the season.
Robert Snodgrass, Hull City – The Scotland international looked set to join fellow relegation battlers Burnley after both clubs agreed a fee but the winger preferred a move to east London. Snodgrass signed a three-and-a-half year contract for £10.2 million.
Jose Fonte, Southampton – The Euro 2016 winner was keen to force a move out of St.Mary’s after handing in a transfer request earlier in the window and he got his wish with a move to east London for £8million.
Nathan Holland, Everton – The England under-19 international has joined the Hammers on a three year deal after failing to make an appearance for the Toffees this season.
Dimitri Payet to Marseille – The France international expressed his desire to leave the club earlier in the window and despite rebuffing his requests to leave, the club caved in and sold him to the Ligue 1 club for £25million.
Reece Oxford to Reading – Despite breaking into the first-team last season, Oxford has struggled to do the same under Bilic this campaign and has joined Reading on loan for the rest of the season.
Martin Samuelsen, Peterborough – The Norway international has rejoined Peterborough on loan for the remainder of the season after being recalled from his initial loan deal with Championship side Blackburn.
Jaanai Gordon to Newport – The 21-year-old forward will play out the rest of the campaign on loan to the League Two club.
Josh Cullen to Bradford – Cullen, who has already made 23 appearances for the League One side, has extended his initial loan deal until the end of the season.
Lewis Page to Charlton – The 20-year-old left-back has signed for the League One side on a two-year deal after failing to make an impression on Bilic.
Alex Pike to Cheltenham Town – The 19-year-old right back has been sent out to the League Two club on loan for the remainder of the season.
Marcus Browne to Wigan – Browne has featured in the Europa League and EFL Trophy this season but Bilic believes the young midfielder needs first-team experience, spending the rest of the season on loan with Wigan.