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English Premier League: Who’s In, Who’s out?


2012/2013 Transfer Round-up // Pt. 1

The 2012/2013 transfer window, has yet again stunned fans of the beautiful game, some for the good and some for the bad.

Firstly let me give you a brief on how the contracts work. While the players under contract are only allowed to move clubs within the summer and winter transfer windows, footballers out of contract can change clubs at any stage of the season, whereas certain loan deals can also be completed outside the transfer windows. The emergency loans can only be completed if a club is granted permission from the Premier League. Premier League clubs often decide not to reveal the agreed transfer fee, so these kinds of deals will be regarded as ‘undisclosed’.

Right, let’s have a look what went down in the transfer window thus far.

Aston Villa .:. Transfers 2012/2013

Fulham FC .:. Transfers 2012/2013

Liverpool FC .:. Transfers 2012/2013

Wigan Athletic .:. Transfers 2012/2013

As one can see, it was and still is a very busy window as teams are still fighting for that last minute signings which could make or break their season.

Part 2 of ‘English Premier League: Who’s In, Who’s out?’ will be published after the window has closed. It will feature final transfer news and a transfer status will be added in terms of “Sold” or “Loaned” or “Bought” as well as the price tag if available.

Hope everyone has a fantastic English Premier League weekend!

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Written for The Pundits by @deanTeddy


  1. Awesome listings…only thing that I would suggest is to say if they are in/out on loan or was a fee.

    For example, Bebe from Manchester United was bought in 2010 already by Manchester United and was on loan to Besiktas last season and came back this season.

    Players who were out on loan and coming back/going might just confuse people thinking they are new signings 🙂

    1. Hi Geoffrey, thanks for the feedback. In our final listings with all the transfer’s we will have full details like that. Thanks.

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