January's top three Premier League transfers.
The 2021-22 Premier League's January transfer season was a very interesting one. Several English teams spent above 30 million euros, including Liverpool, Newcastle, Everton and Aston Villa. However, despite Ferran Torres and Dusan Vlahovic's €50 million price tags, the majority of the most lucrative acquisitions were from Premier League clubs. A number of high-profile players have been signed by Newcastle's current owners, including Chris Wood, Kieran Trippier and Bruno Guimaraes, making the team one of the most popular options to bet online on football in 2022.
As compared to last year's winter transfer window, there was a significant increase in spending this year. Nico Ravella's 23.3 million euro transfer to Juventus in January 2021/22 was the most costly deal of the year. Several players were purchased at a greater price this month. A total of 3 of the 8 most pricey transfers in the EPL totaled over 23.3 million euros. Some of these deals, though, were not very cost-effective. Nevertheless, these are the Premier League's three greatest January 2022 signings
Kieran Trippier - Newcastle United
After a 2.5 year absence from the Premier League with Atletico Madrid, Kieran Trippier has joined Newcastle United. To mark the beginning of a new chapter in Newcastle United's history, they signed a right-back from the Public Investment Fund.
Well over two goals are being conceded by Newcastle's defense on a regular basis. Eddie Howe's team should have a significantly better backline after signing Dan Burn, Kieran Trippier, and loaning out Matt Targett. A couple extra years at the top level are in store for Trippier, who is 31 years old. During his time at Tottenham Hotspur, he has always been an accomplished right-back. Under Diego Simeone's coaching, he has improved defensively and is now a La Liga champion.
Lucas Digne - Aston Villa
Currently, Lucas Digne is one of the Premier League's top left-sided defenders. Digne, who has been a reliable player for Everton for the majority of his tenure, deceived his way through this year. Liverpool had no choice but to embrace Aston Villa's 30 million euros offer for the midfielder since a trade was likely. When Digne came to Goodison Park, he showed more of what player he really is. In 127 games, he scored six goals and provided 20 assists thanks to his excellent offensive exploits as a left-back. When Aston Villa traveled to Everton, he made his first assist. Antoine Griezmann will join Steven Gerrard's Aston Villa squad, which has been revived under his management. The 11th-placed team from the West Midlands is expected to finish in the middle of the pack. Robin Olsen, Calum Chambers and Philippe Coutinho all on loan from Liverpool, will also be joining Digne at Villa Park this offseason.
Luis Diaz - Liverpool
Only a handful of Premier League giants made a significant January purchase. Jurgen Klopp hopes to compete with Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane with the purchase of Luis Diaz for €45 million. Over the last year, the Colombian national has grown in stature and elegance. In the Copa America 2021 tournament, he shared the lead with 4 goals. During the Portuguese league campaign, the left midfielder has netted 14 goals and assisted five.